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Food

Originally from Bladen County, UNC grad Melody worked as paralegal for 20 years before pursuing food with husband Al full time. They have two...

A recent quick trip to Wrightsville Beach was focused on decorating a beach condo with hardly a thought given to food. My client and...

A Rose By Any Other Name When chef Adam Rose relocated to the Triangle years ago, he got his start at Jujube and Elaine’s and...

Brandon Sharp, the new chef at The Carolina Inn, is certainly not new to Chapel Hill. Growing up, the Greensboro-native’s grandparents, Evelyn and Albert...

For a taste of childhood in the South, look no further than the banana pudding at Mama Dip’s. “This is one of our most...

411 West has been a Franklin Street mainstay since 1990, and its prosciutto-wrapped grilled shrimp small plate has been around for nearly as long....

"CORN" by Tema Flanagan It’s no secret that corn comes in many delicious forms, including cornmeal, hominy, popcorn and of course, hard liquor. In...

"Twelfth Night" MARCH 1-19 PlayMakers Repertory Company tackles William Shakespeare’s comedy featuring siblings Viola and Sebastian and exploring the themes of mistaken identity, love, passion and...

It should be no surprise that one of Tonya Council’s earliest memories involving food is spending time in the kitchen, “Watching my grandmother prepare...

Sheri Castle is an award-winning food writer, cooking teacher and public speaker. “I grew up eating these cookies. They came into vogue during the 1960s and...