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Raleigh couple fills niche for classic Jewish comfort food

Knish-a-licious brings hard-to-find comfort food to the Triangle.

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Twisted Mango has (most of) the ingredients for an entertaining evening

The Drinker hears more than enough Bryan Adams while people-watching at The Twisted Mango.

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Pioneering Durham coffee business celebrates 20 caffeinated years of community

Counter Culture Coffee celebrates its 20th anniversary

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Annual Lebanese Festival provides authentic tastes

You can check out the Lebanese Festival on April 4th at City Plaza in Raleigh.

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Sorghum resurgence leads distiller to create No'Lasses spirit

Pittsboro's Fair Game Beverage Company relies on the power of sorghum for it's newest creation.

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Culinary historian aims to bring overdue recognition to black White House chefs

Miller says that black cooks have always had a presence in presidential kitchens, starting with enslaved persons who honed their skills while feeding plantation-owning Founding Fathers.

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Small Italian eatery Gocciolina creates a stir in Durham

Word of mouth has been important to the restaurant's success. Much of it also stems from the year Aaron Benjamin spent training in Italy, where his plans for Gocciolina were formed.

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Raleigh's Irregardless Cafe reaches a rare milestone

Irregardless Cafe turns 40

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Chefs compete, you win

Competition Dining Series takes place this week

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Basan breathes fire into Bull City sushi scene

Basan marks the sixth venture and Durham debut for Eschelon Experiences, the restaurant group behind Faire and The Oxford

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Ready, Player 1? Two arcade-themed bars are ready for you

The Drinker hangs out at Boxcar Bar + Arcade in Raleigh and The Baxter in Chapel Hill

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Daniel Benjamin provides extraordinary, everyday indulgences at lucettegrace

Benjamin wants customers to view lucettegrace as a place to enjoy an everyday indulgence.

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All Joe Kwon wants for Christmas is a rock star kitchen

You may know Joe Kwon from the concert stage as part of the Avett Brothers, but you should see him in the kitchen

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Indulge in sinfully good breads and pastries from Night Kitchen

Succumbing to the temptations at Night Kitchen Bakehouse and Cafe

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A field guide to pork rinds, cracklin & chicharróns

Because this is America, rinds now have to come in all sorts of flavors, from barbeque and red pepper, to chile and lime

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Celebrating pisco, the national drink of Peru

Want to know how to make it? We've got the recipe

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Conference unites women across meat industry supply chain to address common issues

Now in its second year, Women Working in the Meat Business is a conference hosted by NC Choices, a program of the Center for Environmental Farming Systems

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Displaced by Durham development, Blue Coffee moving to Church Street

After nine years, Durham's Blue Coffee Cafe is relocating, trying to raise $35,000 for the move

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The perfect pupusa is surprisingly light with a soulful center

Guidance for Gourmands shows you how to make perfect pupusas

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Tucked-away spot in Carrboro is a proper bar that just feels right

Carrboro bar conjures memories of bars past while establishing itself in the present

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