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Why Settle for a Cake Cone When You Can Have Thai Rolled Ice Cream, Soursop Paletas, or Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches?

Why Settle for a Cake Cone When You Can Have Thai Rolled Ice Cream, Soursop Paletas, or Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches?

In the Triangle, we're spoiled for choice when we crave frozen treats in the summertime.

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Come Hell or High Water, Iconic Durham Restaurant Nana’s Was a Force of Nature. A Longtime Bartender Pays Honor to Its Unique Culture on Its Final Night.

Food Feature Working with chef-owner Scott Howell, you saw that to win, you don’t outrun your demons, or overcome them. You put them to work in service to your dreams.

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Peak N.C. Watermelon Season Is Here. Learn to Pick Like a Pro and See What Local Restaurants Are Cooking.

Food Feature From Whiskey Kitchen's panzanella salad to The Cupcake Bar's Watermelon Cooler Cupcake, we run down the most baller melons in town.

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Behind the Scenes of Competition Barbecue with Champion Pitmaster Shannon Turner

Food Feature Turner and her husband Brian, based in Apex, make up the competition barbecue team Muttley Crew BBQ, named after their five dogs.

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Day Drinker: Crank Arm Brewing's Tight Cassette, Durty Bull Brewing Company's Key Lime Gose, and More

Beer Hopping We try new and seasonal offerings from local breweries so you don't have to (but you should).

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UNC's Good Bowls Program Peddles Cheap, Nutritious Meals in Convenience Stores, Co-ops, and Food Deserts

Food Feature From 2016–2017, about 14 percent of Wake County residents, 14 percent of Orange County residents, and 18 percent of Durham County residents were food insecure.

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In Carolina Catch, Debbie Moose Extols the Virtues of Sheepshead, Grunt, and Other Under-Loved Fish from North Carolina

Food Feature Looking for a substitute for mahi or swordfish for fish tacos or grilled entrees? Try cobia, which boasts an equally thick, meaty texture.

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Yes, Poole’s Mac and Cheese Is Great. But Don’t Forget the Tomato Pie, a Summer Staple and Foodie Favorite.

Food Feature “I have visceral memories of eating tomatoes that were still the same temperature as the earth," chef Ashley Christensen says.

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Chapel Hill Chocolate Shop Special Treats Helps People with Disabilities One Truffle at a Time

Food Feature When Dan Friedman noticed that the smallest space in Chapel Hill’s Timberlyne Shopping Center was vacant, he saw it as the perfect place to start a business with his son, Alex.

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Kaffeinate’s Iced Okinawan Steamer Is Summer’s Answer to Pumpkin Spice

Food Feature The striking hues of the purple-sweet-potato-based drink makes waves on Instagram and your palate.

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Without Forsaking the Classic Hot Dog, the Durham Bulls Have Quietly Caught Up with the City's Love of Local Food

Food Feature Since 2015, Bull City Hospitality has been focused on on serving the staples alongside a handful of specialized local vendors.

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Celebrate Jewish Food and Culture with a Distinctly Southern Twist at the Jewish Food Festival

Food Feature The day festival comes to the Levin Jewish Community Center in Durham on Sunday, June 3.

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Ashley Christensen Didn’t Win the James Beard Award This Year, but Her Moral Leadership Is Still Reshaping the Restaurant Industry

Food Feature At the awards in Chicago, we spoke with the Raleigh chef about how to make the most of the seismic shifts currently rocking the industry's ethical structures.

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The Time Is Ripe for Picking and Eating North Carolina Strawberries—and the Brilliant Concoctions Local Chefs Make With Them

Food Feature Governor Cooper declared May to be Strawberry Month in North Carolina. In this case, believe the hype.

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