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The New Sunday Supper: Rhubarb in Asheville

Why diners are passing the plate at Rhubarb in Asheville.

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Boiled Peanuts

Eating a sloppy, salty cup full of soggy goobers isn’t nearly as difficult as finding the down-home delicacy.
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Cheerwine Boiled Peanuts

Boil peanuts, add Cheerwine. A simple recipe that’s full of flavor.
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The Story of Pepsi

You can find it in Frankfurt, but hoisting a cold bottle of the sweet, sugary, amber-hued creation feels far more refreshing — and authentic — in New Bern.
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Big Mike’s Barbecue

Michael Markham brings the barbecue to you. Just look for his truck (the one with a bright red barn in tow).

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Field Peas with Snaps and Okra

Food blogger Steve Gordon offers up a labor of love with this dish that uses freshly shelled peas and okra.
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Columbus County Beet and Goat Cheese Pizza

Elena Brent Rosemond-Hoerr takes inspiration from a trip to Columbus County and creates a fresh, flavorful pizza.
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8 Can’t-Miss Food Trucks in N.C.

A new online video series highlights the food truck scene in the Triangle. Watch an episode and see our list of eight food trucks you shouldn’t miss.
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Chocolate-Chipotle Mustard Cakes and Buttermilk & Lusty Monk Altar Boy Honey Mustard Ice Cream

Use an Asheville-made mustard in new ways in this dish created by the Got the Be NC Competition Dining Series 2014 Fire on the Rock champion, Chef Michelle Bailey of Season’s at Highland Lake Inn.
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Rum and Pepsi Float

North Carolinians have enjoyed Pepsi for over 100 years. This summer, try this delectable Pepsi cocktail that’s sure to tingle your tastebuds and beat the heat.
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Carolina Classic: The Tomato

There’s nothing like a delicious, ripe tomato in the summertime. Explore the different ways you can enjoy tomatoes across North Carolina.
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