Van Eure runs the Angus Barn, where the chocolate chess pie recipe was developed by her mother and a waitress in the 1960s.
A pie recipe big enough to feed an army.
This dessert at Mama Dip’s is handmade with mashed sweet potatoes, and fits into a family tradition carried on by Spring Council.
Bob’s BBQ in Creedmoor may be closed, but their pecan pie will live on in the memory of those lucky enough to get a slice.
Tomato pie is one of about 150 recipes collected by Ginger Shinn and her family.
Most of the state’s blueberries are grown in southeastern North Carolina, where Leann Carroll and Frances Burns turn them into a flaky, fresh dessert.
Muscadine grapes shouldn’t be reserved just for wine; in fact, they make a tasty and delicious pie.
An applejack only requires one hand to eat. With ice cream, you’ll need both.
The coconut custard pie has been around almost as long as Blake’s Restaurant. Today, Jimmy Blake and Vivian Cook carry on the tradition.