The glazed, pillowy-soft doughnuts, invented in Winston-Salem in 1937, are a Tar Heel tradition.
A 48-Hour Getaway in the Queen City
Find out where to explore, eat, drink, and shop during a quick getaway to Charlotte with this extensive itinerary.
9 Spots for Delicious Bites After a State Park Adventure
Enjoy a day of hiking, walking, climbing, or kayaking, then sit down to some tasty brews and bites.
12 Piedmont Traditions
Welcome to the heart of North Carolina! From iconic foods to industries that shaped a region, the center of our state is rich in history and traditions.
The Miracle of the Oil
When cultures collided in one family’s Raleigh kitchen, a new food tradition — part Jewish, part Southern Baptist — was born. Two treats served each year for Hanukkah — latkes and sufganiyot, or jelly doughnuts — got updates. The Jewish husband was mesmerized. The Southern wife had a secret.
A Sweet Legacy at Mickey’s Pastry Shop
For 75 years, a Goldsboro bakery has forged a special bond with its customers — one birthday cake, cream pie, cookie, and pastry at a time.
Original Glazed Apple Cobbler
Krispy Kreme Original Glazed® doughnuts add a delightful twist on this classic dessert.
Sesame Doughnut Breakfast Sandwich with Boozy Peach Jam & Radish Greens
The great internal debate: Do I want savory or sweet? It's an even harder question to answer on a lazy Saturday morning when you're making breakfast. Host of Food Network's "Kitchen Sink" and a North Carolina native, Fanny Slater says you can have both with her savory doughnut sandwich. "Doughnut" knock it until you try it!
When at Krispy Kreme, Get ’Em While They’re Hot
Krispy Kreme was born in Winston-Salem, but its popularity — and the siren call of that glowing sign — has spread around the globe.