Yes, a potato layer cake! This delicious recipe comes from Old South Comfort Food.
Chocolate Meringue Pie
This chocolate custard pie is topped with a classic meringue, and would be the perfect addition to your potluck dessert table.
Bar-B-Q’s and Hot Sauce
Got a craving for some Carolina 'Cue? Try this easy barbecue patty and hot sauce recipe for a simple way to satisfy your tastebuds.
In the mood for something sour? Get out of your comfort zone and try these sauerkraut dumplings.
The Story of the Greensboro Four and the Sit-In Movement
When four young men took their seats at a lunch counter more than 60 years ago, they had no intentions of leaving and no idea what would happen. Such a simple act, denied them for so long, reignited the civil rights movement throughout the South. Today, the lunch counter and the seats are preserved at the same South Elm Street location in Greensboro as part of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, giving all of us the chance to experience North Carolina’s place in the movement toward equality.
The Great American Photographer: Matthew Lewis
In the 1960s and '70s, Pulitzer Prize winner Matthew Lewis watched one of our nation's defining eras through his camera lens.
Making it to Market
The inspiration for a new food business can come from anywhere — friends who love your cooking or a family-favorite treat. But for the insight and tools to get the idea to market, entrepreneurs in Asheville turn to Blue Ridge Food Ventures.
North Carolina’s Tin Man
Like his dad and his granddad, Peter Blum III can turn a piece of tin into art or a tool, or even a life.
The King’s Kitchen
For notable chef and restaurateur Jim Noble, it’s always about the food. But at The King’s Kitchen in Charlotte, it’s also about something more.