Thanksgiving has always been about coming together. For a pair of churches in Wilmington, this year’s holiday menu is inspired by a new cookbook that connects two communities: one historically black, and the other predominantly white.
The restaurant Haberdish, in the heart of Charlotte’s hip arts district, doesn’t just give a passing nod to NoDa’s industrial past. It embraces it with touches big and small.
This enterprising young woman with strong convictions has created a down-home market marvel through her farm and food.
For pies and people alike, what’s on the inside matters most. With enough ingenuity and imagination, any pie — from humble to haughty — is a welcome treat.
Fennel gives Papi Queso’s smoky tomato soup a sweetness that’s worth the wait — or the drive.
In Charlotte, at a culinary school with its own café, chefs pass on their knowledge, and students get a taste of real-world restaurant work.
In downtown Boone, making a positive difference is as easy as going out to lunch.
Movie star stills, wooden booths, dim lighting, and perfectly prepared steaks keep the reservation list full at Charlotte’s Beef ’N Bottle.
On spring and summer days, when it’s too humid to feel refined, look to the classic drink of Dixie.