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Psst … Guess What? Your Brunch Waiter Hates You.

A veteran of the local food-service scene sounds off about that most diabolical of shifts.

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El Chapin, North Carolina’s Only Guatemalan Restaurant, Is Worth the Strip-Mall Trip

The Ordoñez family brings an often overlooked cuisine and culture to Durham.

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Bona Fide Sandwich Co. Delivers Trusted Classics (With Some Creative Misfires)

The Hillsborough sandwich shop is at its best when it stays in its wheelhouse.

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Tongues, Livers, & Hearts: The Surprising Revival of Offal

An offal uprising in the Triangle is using the whole hog––and chicken, cow, and shrimp

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Is The Closure of Cave Taureau a Bad Sign for Downtown Durham's Recent Retail Bloom?

Despite downtown Durham's thriving retail scene, the recent closure of Cave Taureau highlights underlying anxieties

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In Research Triangle Park, The Farmery Wants to Eliminate the Distance Between Farm and Kitchen

Not to mention the cost to get there

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Restaurant Review: Raleigh Raw Loves Its Image. We Love Its Food.

Raleigh Raw is very serious about its image. We are very serious about its food.

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Farm to Fork Is More Than a Fancy Meal. It's an Essential Opportunity to Educate New Farmers.

We pay a visit to Open Door Farm in Cedar Grove

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Interview: Andrea Reusing Talks the Transformation of Local Food

Andrea Reusing talks the bloom of local farms and what makes North Carolina agriculture unique

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Restaurant Review: At Durham's Makus Empanadas, There's Too Much Fusion Inside Too Little Dough

Turns out, it's possible to stuff too much culinary fusion inside a too-small empanada

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The Food Truck Boricua Soul Raises Interesting Questions About Authenticity—and Now, Answers Them

A food truck's mixed heritage and cuisine ask essential questions of authenticity

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Restaurant Review: Provenance—Raleigh’s Best New Restaurant—Ventures to the Bleeding Edge of Local Cuisine

Provenance takes the concept of local food to extreme ends. And at Raleigh's best new restaurant, Teddy Klopf's gamble often pays off.

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Fighting Poisoned Food and Unnecessary Subsidies: A Talk with Provenance's Teddy Klopf

A Chef's philosophy

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Restaurant Review: At Durham's New NanaSteak, Scott Howell Wants to Rewrite Old Steakhouse Rules

Nestled between the grand, soft-seated Durham Performing Arts Center and Aloft, Durham's other boutique hotel, NanaSteak is an attempt to reinvent a tired old institution—the steakhouse.

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Reconnecting with the Source: The Lessons of Two Days on the Piedmont Farm Tour

Getting to know the latest developments in the Triangle's farm scene

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Want the Best Donuts in the Triangle? Go to Carolina Glazed Now

No trends, no tricks, just truth: Carolina Glazed Donuts makes the region's best donuts

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Restaurant Review: B.Good, One of Downtown Raleigh's Only Chains, Wants To Be Gluttonous and Green

One of downtown Raleigh's first chains is naughty and nice—and, ultimately, neither

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Restaurant Review: Thai Spoon And Thai China Buffet Have Our Attention

In Durham, two restaurants—one old, one new—reignite our enthusiasm for Thai food

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Can Carbonated Confections Like Big Boss's New Root Beer Stout and Brood's Adult-Oriented Sodas Alter the Soft Drink Industry?

A popular area beer brewer and a local soda maker explore the adult pleasures of carbonated confection

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It Took More Than Biscuits and Donuts to Make Rise the Triangle's Fastest Growing Food Empire

It's not just donuts and biscuits that make Rise cook

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Simply the best caribbean food in town!

by prince on Golden Krust Caribbean Grill & Bakery (Durham County)

Elaine's is an amazing dining experience. The food is locally sourced and everything is prepared from scratch in house. The …

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