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.
Brenda Sutton puts her energy into running Fogwood Farm with her husband, Rex Inman, in an effort to reduce food waste and encourage others to buy local.
Stroll, dine, and discover Black Mountain on a new food tour.
The vine that twines over fences and through childhood memories lends its aromatic scent and unmistakable taste to grown-up fare.
This isn’t your usual ballpark fare. It’s a culinary curveball. So toss the peanuts; you don’t need ’em at Five County Stadium near Zebulon.
How a church summer camp gave “breaking bread” new meaning.