terravita

The Triangle’s TerraVita Bolsters Healthy Appetites

Colleen Minton founded TerraVita, a weekend event every autumn that showcases and offers local food, drink, and ways to prepare them that aren’t only good for your health, but good for the land, too.

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Food

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Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

Planning Thanksgiving dinner can prove to be quite the ambitious undertaking. Make it easier on yourself with a round-up of our tried-and-true Thanksgiving recipes.
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Sandwiches

Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwiches

There are few things greater in life than Thanksgiving dinner — well, except maybe the leftovers.
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Cranberry Bourbon Martini

The balanced sweet and smoky flavors of this cranberry bourbon martini are sure to bring some added cheer to your next holiday gathering.
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Fair Game Beverage Company:
Bold, Local Character

A new distillery in Pittsboro uses an age-old technique to highlight North Carolina flavors.
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Dinner Theater: Competition Dining Brings Big Flavor to N.C. Towns

Take a seat at North Carolina’s competition dining series, the swankiest, most boisterous, and wired dining experience in the state.
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Surry County Sweet Potato Sonker with Milk Dip

Go ahead, have another serving for breakfast. We won’t tell.
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Sweet Potato-Tomato Soup with Bacon Croutons

When making this recipe, be sure to prepare extra bacon croutons, because, well, does a better leftover exist?
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Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Spiced Brown Butter

You’ll be coming back for seconds when you try these mashed sweet potatoes topped with a sinful spiced brown butter.
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Sweet Potato Scuffle

A Mississippi town has us boiling. Can a new cookbook calm the waters?
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Mac's Speed Shop

Mac’s Speed Shop

A cross section of the Queen City gets its fix here at Mac’s Speed Shop. And if a motorcycle could run on barbecue, it’d fill up here, too.

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