At a Colonial Revival mansion in Greensboro, the organizers of Community Table host a new kind of Sunday supper — one involving 13 chefs and twists on Southern cuisine like bacon-wrapped emu and collard-green kimchi.
An heirloom dinner plate holds memories as well as food. Which is why Bob Page fills his legendary business in McLeansville with countless patterns of china and silver, serving bowls and stemware. Dish by dish, he’s bringing people together.
Or do you call it dinner? The time of day doesn’t really matter. Any meal shared with loved ones will sustain you long after the last slice of pie is gone. That’s because a hearty Sunday spread is a tradition that connects us to each other and nourishes the spirit.
Who needs Maine lobsters when plenty of their North Carolina cousins are a boat ride away? The new chef at an acclaimed Wilmington restaurant has a secret source for the freshest critters from local waters.