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Durham restaurants find a sweet spot on tonight's A Chef's Life

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click to enlarge Vivian Howard approves of Saltbox Seafood Joint's Hush-Honeys
  • Vivian Howard approves of Saltbox Seafood Joint's Hush-Honeys
Durham's reputation as a hub for great food keeps growing, and tonight, the Bull City gets another turn in the spotlight with a feature on the popular documentary series A Chef's Life. Host Vivian Howard, who runs Kinston's famed Chef & the Farmer, hit the Bull City with her crew last year to shoot an episode that airs tonight.

Titled "Honey, I'm Home," the segment will focus on honey and its applications across a wide variety of cold-weather-appropriate dishes. Downtown Durham's Scratch Baking, Mateo, Watts Grocery, Pizzeria Toro, Toast and Saltbox Seafood Joint are all stops on Howard's romp through town.

If you miss the episode's premiere tonight at 9:30 p.m., fear not—there's another broadcast at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25. You can watch a trailer for the episode below or via the Chef's Life Facebook page, and catch up on some other tasty Triangle-area treats with our recent DISH guide.
Season 3, Episode 8 | Honey, I'm Home

Chef Vivian scouts #Durms hottest restaurants(Scratch Baking, Mateo, Saltbox Seafood Joint, Watts Grocery, Pizzeria Toro, Toast) for honey-themed dishes while Ben hosts his first NC art show at Alizarin Gallery. Tune in on UNC-TV and SCETV tonight and check your local PBS listings! #HoneyImHome

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