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N.C. Food Trucks We Love

A new online video series highlights the food truck scene in Raleigh. Watch an episode and see our list of eight food trucks you shouldn’t miss.
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Food

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Purple Sweet Potato Mousse with Maple Bourbon Honey Syrup and Graham Cracker Crust

Awe your dinner guests with this delectable dessert created by the Got the Be NC Competition Dining Series 2014 Fire in the Triad champion, Chef Tim Thompson of Marisol.
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Fried Green Tomatoes

If you like your tomatoes green, make sure to try out food blogger Steve Gordon’s take on this Southern classic comfort.
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Crab Annie Recipe

New Orleans has “Crawfish Monica,” but what about North Carolina? Steve Gordon gets creative in the kitchen and offers a delicious, jazzy solution.
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Apple Pie Moonshine

Use Midnight Moonshine for a drink that is as easy to make as it is to enjoy.
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Breweries

Photos: North Carolina Brewers Guild

There are more than 100 craft breweries in North Carolina. Travel east to west with us and toast to these places, the brewers, and the beer lovers who brought good beer to our great state.
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The Legend of Kanuga Toast

How a church summer camp gave “breaking bread” new meaning.
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Hot Dog Heaven: Jones Cafe

What makes these hot dogs so sublime? The secret’s been passed down generation after generation at Jones Cafe in Clayton.
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Richard’s Bar-B-Q

Good food springs eternal from Richard Monroe’s wood-fired barbecue pit in Salisbury.

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Full Moon Oyster Bar

If you seek oysters in Clemmons or Southern Pines, you’ll likely find friends, too.
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Move Over, Pimento: Celebrating North Carolina Cheese

Used to be, the cheese we made was mostly mayonnaise. But now, there’s a new crop of cheesemakers, connoisseurs, and consumers who are making room for real cheese at our tables.
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