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India Reigns over Britain in the Colonial Fantasyland of Durham’s Viceroy

“On a scale from one to six, how spicy would you like the daal?”

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UNC Professor Gabrielle Calvocoressi Releases a Free Collaborative Chapbook of Poetry and Recipes

The New Economy Chapbook Vol. 1: Inexpensive, Healthy, Hopeful Feasts for 2017 is available for free online.

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Local Film Under Contract Highlights the Human Story Behind the Chicken in Your Biscuit

RAFI hosts a free screening at 7 p.m. on April 7 at Chatham Mills in Pittsboro.

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America Invents Its Own Chinese Food in Acclaimed Documentary The Search For General Tso

The documentary screens on Thursday, March 30 in UNC's Culinary Nationalism in Asia conference.

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Living Kitchen Reinvigorates Vegan Food—And You Wouldn't Even Know It

The Charlotte restaurant's outposts in Raleigh and Chapel Hill offers a massive menu of satisfying fare.

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Sankofa Farms Plants Seeds of Empowerment for Black Youth in Durham

As of 2011, about seventeen percent of Durham residents—or approximately forty-three thousand people—were food insecure. One local farm hopes to change that.

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Jewish Food Has Gotten Hip. But If You Go Back Far Enough, It's Always Been Fusion.

Lessons learned from the "Jewish Food in the Global South Symposium" at UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Two Hundred Varieties of Brown Booze and Southern Cooking Shine Together at Whiskey Kitchen

The Raleigh restaurant, which opened in August, just wants you to have a good time.

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Old Havana Sandwich Shop Unearths the Culinary Gems of Cuba's Past in a Revelatory Dinner Series

The "Lost Dishes of Cuba" series returns to Old Havana this spring.

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Durham Spots Like Roy's Kountry Kitchen Are the Enduring Soul of a Wildly Developing City

At eleven o’clock on a weekday morning, downtown Durham is abuzz with the sounds of a rapidly expanding cityscape. But things don't change in Roy's.

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Orange Is the New Red at Bar Brunello, a Wine Bar with Unpretentious Durham Style

Much like Bar Lusconi, formerly in the same spot, Bar Brunello is deliberately free of frills.

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Preserve the Best of the Winter Season for Warmer Weather Rewards

Learn to put up Angostura Blood Orange Marmalade, Kickin' Pickled Beets, and Whiskey Ginger Jelly.

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Dieting's a Drag. Treat Yourself to Some of Our Favorite Bite-Size Sweets at Local Spots.

Little things from Loaf, lucettegrace, and Boulted Bread will help you cut down on sugar without going cold turkey.

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A Vintage White House Cookbook by 1887's Martha Stewart Turns Up at a Local Library Sale—But Wait for the Twist

Sean Martin found the first edition of F.L. "Fanny" Gillette's The White House Cook Book, a nineteenth-century bestseller, at a Chapel Hill Public Library book sale.

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Can the Reopened Standard Foods Thrive Without Its Star Chef?

The hybrid restaurant, grocery store, butcher shop, and bar returns to Franklin Street in Raleigh.

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A Food Truck Adventure: How Sara Lee’s Bread Became Vivian Howard’s Butter

A road dispatch from the celebrity chef’s Deep Run Roots tour.

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We Beg Local Bartenders to Mix Us Moody Winter Cocktails with Bittersweet Cynar

“Your average Bud Light guys? Yeah, they’re not gonna be Cynar fans."

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As the Nation Feasted on Southern Food Fads, We Held Down Our Diverse Roots

One persistent myth of the South is its cultural hegemony, but there’s no dearth of diversity here.

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Famed Nigerian Chef Tunde Wey Stirs Up a Conversation About Race and Food That Was Already Simmering in Durham

Wey brought his Blackness in America dinner series, among other events, to the Durham Hotel last week.

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Local Compost Services Turn Your Food Scraps Into Richer Soil and a Healthier World

Tilthy Rich and CompostNow are two local compost services that can help.

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