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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Emily Wallace on the life and legacy of Eugenia Duke, creator of Duke’s Mayonnaise

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Emily Wallace will talk about her research on the cult status of Duke’s Mayonnaise for Culinary Historians of Piedmont North Carolina  (CHOP NC) at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill. The event is free and open to the public. Emily Wallace is that girl you sat next to in college, the down-to-earth brainiac who saw connections before you did and didn’t stress out when research papers were assigned. Even her doodles were more clever than yours.  Equally intrigued by vast cultural movements and minutia, Wallace quickly distinguished herself in the field of Southern studies— no surprise...

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Monday, April 14, 2014

American Meltdown wins big at Grilled Cheese Invitational

Posted By on Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 11:22 PM

Paul Inserra was right to feel confident about his American Meltdown entries at last Saturday’s Grilled Cheese Invitational in Los Angeles. He competed in three categories and was honored in each one. “All of the melts had some ingredients from North Carolina, which is great,” says Inserra, who called from LAX Monday while awaiting his flight home. Inserra was especially pleased to have snagged a Judge’s Award for excellence in the Kama Sutra, or “anything goes,” category for American Meltdown’s Hangover Melt. The signature sandwich features homemade pimento cheese, a runny egg and salsa verde in bread from Durham’s Guglhupf...

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