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Despite Urban Sprawl and Industry, a Durham Family Collard Farm Lives On

Despite Urban Sprawl and Industry, a Durham Family Collard Farm Lives On

The rows of collard greens at Jenkins Farm owe their tidiness to a 1959 Ford tractor.

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A New Local Cookbook, Southern Breads, Celebrates a Storied Southern Staple

Food Feature Catch the authors on tour at Quail Ridge Books, the Regulator Bookshop, Whisk, and the Hillsborough Cup-A-Joe.

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We Know, We Know, We’ve Said It Before, But Capp’s Pizzeria Has the Best Pizza Around

Food Feature Every time we think we’ve found the best slice, the Triangle’s pizza scene gets better.

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Before Thanksgiving: Three Cocktails for Your Holiday Drinking Games

Food Feature Learn to make a Rosemary Collins, a Cranberry Bellini, and Bourbon Mulled Cider.

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After Thanksgiving: Change Your Leftover Mashed Potatoes from Cold and Depressed to Warm and Delicious

Turn those taters into pies, samosas, pierogies, or lefse.
Food Feature Most Thanksgiving leftovers have a certain fate. Turkey: club sandwiches. Cranberry sauce: peanut butter sandwiches. Stuffing: waffle iron. Pie: breakfast! But the destiny of mashed

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The Lumbee Table Is Equal Parts Indian, Southern, and American

Food Feature A Lumbee Indian perspective on Thanksgiving and American identity

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Your Bartender Is a Feminist

In the case of a Tinder emergency, your bartender’s got your back.
Food Feature An unorthodox initiative that recently started in Lincolnshire, England, aims to help women out of the kinds of precarious situations that are all too commonplace

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Eat This: Strong Arm Baking Co.’s Chocolate Chess Tart

The delectable confection adds booze to a decadent heirloom recipe.
Eat This A Strong Arm Baking regular heads to the farmers market to buy a chocolate chess tart, but by the time she arrives they're gone. Julia

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The Restaurant Merry-Go-Round at 403 West Rosemary Comes to a Strong Stop at Northside District

Food Feature Whether you've been going since the Henry's days or you're new to Chapel Hill, this neighborhood spot is worthwhile.

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The Tomato Man Can: Craig LeHoullier Sheds Light on His "Epic" Research at Sustainable Agriculture Conference

Food Feature The N.C.Tomato Man shares his wisdom with farmers and gardeners this weekend in Durham.

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Mind the Food Gap: Who Does Farm-to-Table Serve?

Food Feature Locally grown food is cheaper at Harris Teeter than at a co-op. Something has to change.

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