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East Durham Bake Shop’s Ali Rudel Finds Pie Waiting at Every Fork in the Road of Her Life

East Durham Bake Shop’s Ali Rudel Finds Pie Waiting at Every Fork in the Road of Her Life

When some people are handed lemons, they make lemonade. Rudel makes ginger-lemon chess pie, to be exact.

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Mithai Indian Cafe Breaks the Mold with Indian Sweets and Snacks Made with Pure Ingredients

Food Feature "Pistachio here means pistachio," says Davina Ray, the Cary cafe's proprietor.

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The Triangle's Tropical Drinks Are Mighty Tasty, but Their History Is Harder to Swallow

Food Feature Can a fruity, well-crafted cocktail taste just as good without "tiki" branding? We think so.

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In a Classic PB&J or Glaze for a Ham, Fogwood Farm’s Balsamic Grape Hull Jam Is Compulsively Edible

Food Feature If you're feeling more ambitious than a sandwich, try our recipe for a glazed ham using the Reidsville farm's grape hull jam.

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The Impossible Burger Is a Veggie Burger That Almost Bleeds

Food Feature Find it at Unscripted in Durham, Fiction Kitchen and Remedy Diner in Raleigh, and elsewhere in the Triangle.

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Douglas Daye’s Family Has Owned His Farm for More Than a Century. Now It Will Be Protected From Development Forever.

Food Feature Daye's farm is one of four in Durham County recognized as a "century farm" by the N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services.

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Trump Wants to Roll Back Healthy Dietary Standards for School Lunches, but Some Local Schools Are Sticking With Obama’s Plan

Food Feature We visited a National Whole Grain Sampling Day event at McDougle Elementary School to find out what kids think of healthy grains like quinoa.

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Chef, Restaurateur, and All-Around "Boss Lady" Coleen Speaks Cultivates Good Vibes at Raleigh's Hummingbird

Food Feature "Happiness to me is the key to everything—not just work.”

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Seven Ideas Worse Than Getting Drunk and Throwing Axes

Food Feature As Urban Axes, a beer-and-axe-throwing chain, heads for Durham, we wondered if there were any crazier ideas in existence. There weren't, so we made some up.

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Biere de Femme Showcases Female Brewers in North Carolina This Saturday

Food Feature Women were the first people to ever brew beer, but their contributions often get overlooked.

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We Take Durham's Mayor Out to Lunch for a Conversation About Shared Prosperity in the City's Food Scene

Food Feature "There's no shortage of people who want to open restaurants in Durham. The main danger is people being priced out."

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Local Food Councils in Wake County Are Tackling Hunger Issues Head-on

Food Feature Despite the federal government's murky ideas for food security, Wake County commissioners approve a plan to address local hunger.

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