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Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity

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Durham's Quarter Horse Bar & Arcade Will Soon Be Teeming With Games, Music, and Booze

An arcade with booze is the simple description, but that’s only the CliffsNotes version.

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Trump’s New USDA Pick Is Making It Harder for N.C. Farmers to Survive

Though he’s far from a household name, Sonny Perdue will be deeply significant for North Carolina.

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Southern Foodways Alliance Director John T. Edge's Favorite Triangle Restaurants Are Redefining the South

Edge told us about some of his favorite local spots while touring the area in support of his new book, The Potlikker Papers.

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Move Over, Wine. The Expanded Alley Twenty Six Is Matchmaking Snacks and Cocktails.

The pairings are fun in theory but fancy at heart, like Scarlett O’Hara going to a barbecue in a corset.

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Raleigh Provisions Owner Kim Hammer Unpacks the Art of Opening a Local Grocery

"I thought, wouldn’t it be great to have a retail store that has all these wonderful North Carolina products in one place?"

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Cook with This: Boxcarr Handmade Cheese’s Campo Tastes Like Italy by Way of Cedar Grove

Boxcarr’s Campo adds a smoky touch to homemade quesadillas, among other INDY-created recipes you can try at home.

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Raleigh Artist David McConnell's Infinity Hundred Is a Biodiverse Alternative to Big Agriculture

After working in music in L.A. and visual art in Raleigh, McConnell found his most vibrant canvas: Earth.

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The Golden Goose Food Truck Serves Authentic American-Chinese Food, Not Inauthentic Chinese Food

Late-night dan dan noodles and "Strange Flavor Chicken" await at this food truck, often parked near Surf Club.

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India Reigns over Britain in the Colonial Fantasyland of Durham’s Viceroy

“On a scale from one to six, how spicy would you like the daal?”

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UNC Professor Gabrielle Calvocoressi Releases a Free Collaborative Chapbook of Poetry and Recipes

The New Economy Chapbook Vol. 1: Inexpensive, Healthy, Hopeful Feasts for 2017 is available for free online.

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Local Film Under Contract Highlights the Human Story Behind the Chicken in Your Biscuit

RAFI hosts a free screening at 7 p.m. on April 7 at Chatham Mills in Pittsboro.

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America Invents Its Own Chinese Food in Acclaimed Documentary The Search For General Tso

The documentary screens on Thursday, March 30 in UNC's Culinary Nationalism in Asia conference.

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Living Kitchen Reinvigorates Vegan Food—And You Wouldn't Even Know It

The Charlotte restaurant's outposts in Raleigh and Chapel Hill offers a massive menu of satisfying fare.

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Sankofa Farms Plants Seeds of Empowerment for Black Youth in Durham

As of 2011, about seventeen percent of Durham residents—or approximately forty-three thousand people—were food insecure. One local farm hopes to change that.

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Jewish Food Has Gotten Hip. But If You Go Back Far Enough, It's Always Been Fusion.

Lessons learned from the "Jewish Food in the Global South Symposium" at UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Two Hundred Varieties of Brown Booze and Southern Cooking Shine Together at Whiskey Kitchen

The Raleigh restaurant, which opened in August, just wants you to have a good time.

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Old Havana Sandwich Shop Unearths the Culinary Gems of Cuba's Past in a Revelatory Dinner Series

The "Lost Dishes of Cuba" series returns to Old Havana this spring.

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Durham Spots Like Roy's Kountry Kitchen Are the Enduring Soul of a Wildly Developing City

At eleven o’clock on a weekday morning, downtown Durham is abuzz with the sounds of a rapidly expanding cityscape. But things don't change in Roy's.

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Orange Is the New Red at Bar Brunello, a Wine Bar with Unpretentious Durham Style

Much like Bar Lusconi, formerly in the same spot, Bar Brunello is deliberately free of frills.

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Jesus Vasquez - I don't want to speak for Monica Segovia-Welsh, featured in this story as one-half of the business, …

by victoria_foodeditor on Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity (Food Feature)

As for the previous post, please explain the difference between "appropriating" and celebrating/appreciating different cultures.

by Barbara 2 on Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity (Food Feature)

Another White boy appropriates Latino culture. But it's cool, cause he's against HB2, supports the protestors at Standing Rock, and …

by Jesus Vasquez on Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity (Food Feature)

While I hate to see local/small farmers get hurt, the problem that could eliminate it would be to stop the …

by Barbara 2 on Trump’s New USDA Pick Is Making It Harder for N.C. Farmers to Survive (Food Feature)

WHY cut down those 50 ft. pine trees, dude??????

by Phyllis Nunn on Raleigh Artist David McConnell's Infinity Hundred Is a Biodiverse Alternative to Big Agriculture (Food Feature)

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