Fifteen minutes, a few pantry items, and a North Carolina wine are all it takes to make these bite-size treats. They’re almost as easy to make as they are to eat.
On spring and summer days, when it’s too humid to feel refined, look to the classic drink of Dixie.
Crystal Coast evenings find locals and visitors alike docked at the bar with the old-fashioned approach to cocktails.
Sweet and tender scallops are complemented by salty applewood bacon in this recipe. Whip up a refreshing chipotle-lime mayonnaise, perfect for dipping.
This Mother’s Day, Brendan and Leslie Cox, owners of Pittsboro’s Oakleaf restaurant, put a Southern spin on old family recipes for hot milk cake.
A bright and fruity hurricane cocktail is the quintessential summer drink. Drop a couple of extra maraschino cherries in your glass and enjoy this drink while lounging poolside, because summer isn’t just a season ruled by the solstice — no, summer is a state of mind.
The opportunity for a relaxing brunch only comes around once a week, and that’s if you’re lucky. When you do get the chance to dine on a sunny patio, mimosas in hand and laughing friends by your side, how do you choose among all decadent menu options? Take the guesswork out of where to go with our guide to signature brunch dishes around the state.
Making your own beer might seem complicated, but with the help of our guide to homebrewing, you might’ve just stumbled upon your new favorite hobby.
Say “cheers!” April is North Carolina Beer Month, so pull up a barstool and celebrate the craft beer industry brewing across the state.