At the North Carolina Zoo in Randolph County, gorillas live like us in many ways. They play. They fight. They love. And we love them back.
The Church Cookbook
For so many in North Carolina, compiling or contributing to a church cookbook is another way to serve.
This quiche recipe comes from a student of Mademoiselle Caroline Richardson, who remembers having supper at the French professor’s home.
Carolina Peach Iced Tea
As the weather warms up, try this refreshing Carolina peach iced tea from the Queens Royal Receipts cookbook.
Tailgate Ham Rolls
These tailgate ham rolls are the perfect snack to bring to a get-together.
The Presbyterians Had Layer Cakes … The Catholics Had Kibbe
Award-winning Chef Bill Smith remembers church suppers, and growing up the child of a Presbyterian and a Catholic.
Faith & Food
The desire to feed is baked into the language of the church.
Wilson: Whole Truth Lunchroom
The covered dish. The church picnic. The Wednesday night supper. North Carolina’s communal gatherings embrace the spirit of faith, fellowship, and food.
At The Hot Dog Church in Greensboro
They don’t call Greensboro’s Carraway United Methodist Church “The Hot Dog Church” for nothing.