In the 1950s and ’60s, this was the go-to recipe for fudge because it took advantage of packaged products from the grocery store. We’re told that this was a family favorite of President Eisenhower and the First Lady, which might or might not be true. What is true is that this recipe was so strongly associated with Mamie that a copy of it appears in the archives of the Eisenhower Presidential Library.
Homemade Christmas candy was once as much a part of holiday cooking as the turkey. From Mamie Eisenhower’s Fudge to Saltine Cracker Toffee, we remember.
When fresh fruit is in short supply, dried cranberries, dates, raisins, and prunes add flavor and festive color to three sweet treats.
An investigation into our favorite person-shaped cookie reveals that gingerbread’s history is closely linked to our own.
Drinks should never be an afterthought at holiday meals. Surprise your guests with local, seasonal beer with the help of our pairing guide.
Your Christmas cookie stockpile is incomplete without gingerbread. Use our recipe this holiday season.
You don’t have to go far in any direction to find amazing chefs, meals, and restaurants in the Triangle. Our list has your cravings covered.
You don’t have to go far in any direction to find amazing chefs, meals, and restaurants in eastern North Carolina. Our list has your cravings covered.
A classic dessert, repackaged for breakfast. Whipped cream optional, but encouraged.