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Happy North Carolina Beer Month

Celebrate craft beer across the state this April during North Carolina Beer Month.
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Foothills Brewery’s List: 9 Beers Every North Carolinian Should Try

Jamie Bartholomaus, President & Brewmaster at Foothills Brewing in Winston-Salem, N.C. describes his favorite beers from across the state.

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“Pi Day” Recipes

March 14th may be “Pi Day,” but here in North Carolina we’re in the mood to enjoy a slice (or two) any day of the year. Check out some of our favorite recipes below.
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Carolina Beer Temple in Matthews

Rob Jacik and his wife Megan offer North Carolinians an easy way to enjoy local craft beer.
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Fried Chicken with Gravy

It’s rumored that March’s cover starlet Ava Gardner loved fried chicken. We’ll never know for sure, but we bet she wouldn’t turn down a plate of Steve Gordon’s fried chicken and gravy.
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Decades of Doughnut Making Experience: Where the Locals Go, Part 2

These doughnut shops have years of experience satisfying North Carolina’s sweet tooth.
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Sweet Potato Pie Martini

Amy Brinkely finds room for North Carolina’s state vegetable in her martini glass.
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Baker’s Coconut Cake

Food blogger Steve Gordon uses real coconut in this mouthwatering cake that would make Ava Gardner dash to the dessert table.
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Beasley's Chicken and Honey with Roasted beets, in Raleigh, NC.

New-School Fried Chicken

Used to be you ate fried chicken all by itself. Sauce? Don’t need it. Knife and fork? I’ve got hands. Fries? No, thank you, I prefer chicken skin. Things are different now.
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Little Pigs BBQ

Peggy Swicegood says her husband, Joe, is the face of this restaurant. For 50 years, he’s shared a smile and said hello.
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