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A sweet solution for leftover bread, and the very definition of “comfort food.”
Following World War II, in recognition of American postwar relief efforts, the people of France sent over boxcars filled with gifts to say “thank you.”
If you can’t get enough chocolate, a drizzle of royal icing is a simple, easy complement to this dense, rich cake.
Urban barbecue tinkers with tradition, but it still shares time-honored cooking methods with its small-town brethren.
The living history of North Carolina’s Moravians still resides in Old Salem, but for a taste of the stories behind the history, head east to the D.H. Hill Library.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson considers the meaning of the accolades and superlatives that our favorite North Carolina barbecue joints have earned.
Hibernating doesn’t always mean staying home to sleep. Sometimes, it means ending a cold, wet day with much-needed warmth, hospitality, and plenty of cobbler.
A guide to eating your way through the 23 places on the North Carolina Historic Barbecue Trail.
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