When Postero restaurant set up shop in a former bank in Hendersonville, the merging of past and present yielded a menu that’s familiar, yet full of surprises.
Tomato soup needs a companion — we recommend pimento cheese on sourdough. Grilled, of course.
Set aside the canned version: We’ve updated the original home-for-a-snow-day snack for grown-up tastes.
White beans and collard greens are the foundation for this savory meal in a bowl.
On the coldest days of winter, only a classic, soul-warming stew will do.
As every good North Carolinian knows, the list of reasons to love our state vegetable is a long one. Allow us to add another.
In a glass case by the door, or on a dessert plate in an old-school booth, few foods evoke as strong a sense of place as coffee’s favorite companion: a slice of diner pie.
Sour cream, cheddar cheese, chives — no need to choose your favorite baked potato topping, because they’re all here.
The history behind that bright yellow can of Luck’s pintos.