Recipes

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Cheerwine Cocktail

Tailgating is tradition in North Carolina, but there’s still room to get creative. Next time you’re flipping burgers, try this this refreshing cocktail made with Cheerwine and bourbon.
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Spanish Bar Cake Recipe

Steve Gordon sets out to recreate a beloved A&P recipe from the past.
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Howard Family Chili

New friends and new recipes come naturally to food blogger Steve Gordon. With this simple chili recipe shared with him by the Howard family, you can focus less on the food prep and more on the football.
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Krupnikas and Tea Braised Pork

The winning recipe from the Got the Be NC Competition Dining Series 2014 Fire in the Triangle champion, Chef Dean Thompson of Flights.
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Doughnut French Toast with Raspberry Syrup

Why toss your day old doughnuts when you can try this delicious twist on a breakfast classic?
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Carteret County Blue Crab Stuffed Dolphin Fish

Elena Brent Rosemond-Hoerr takes part in a coastal competition and comes out victorious with this winning seafood recipe.
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Joe Van Gogh™ Coffee & Balsamic Marinated Certified Angus Beef® Ribeye, Herbed Barley

Use freshly ground coffee from Hillsborough’s Joe Van Gogh in this beef dish created by the Got the Be NC Competition Dining Series 2014 Fire on the Dock champion, Chef Antoine Murray of Cape Fear Country Club.
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One Phenomenal Pie: Atlantic Beach Pie

Atlantic Beach Pie was just a vintage recipe until Chef Bill Smith revived its popularity.

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Pepsi and Lance Peanuts Pie

Combine two North Carolina favorites for one delicious dessert.
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Tomato and Peach Salsa with Feta and Red Onion

Salsa has never been so sweet. Summertime is the perfect season for this delicious dip, made with ripe tomatoes and peaches.
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