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This year I celebrated my 41st year of cooking on TV when I returned to celebrate WBTV’s 70th anniversary. The recipe I made that debut day was Taco Pie. I looked like a baby deer in headlights through the whole thing, but I, and this easy, delicious recipe, are still around. I have updated both of us a bit. Here we are!
It's time to hit the reset button after a month of peppermint bark-filled Christmas parties and sugar cookie bake-offs. Start the new year off right with this delicious and refreshing smoothie that will energize your body with essential vitamins and nutrients. The vitamin C in the orange will support a healthy immune system, the protein from the Greek yogurt will keep you…
Article Emily Glaser | Photography Destiny Lara Photography All About 'Buch Kombucha, a fizzy, fermented tea, is gaining lots of nods on the gut health circuit these days. Combine that with our love for local products, and SUM Bucha is our new favorite refreshment. Sarah North tells us about her venture:
Beets get a bad rep’. The colorful roots maintain notoriety as earthily piquant, but that’s not necessarily the case, according to Burtons Grill & Bar chef Ray Girman and reformed tastebuds across the city.
A fig tree serves as both inspiration and metaphor for Elizabeth’s aptly named eatery. Its namesake, four brown turkey fig trees, still stand sentinel over the grounds of the 1913 bungalow-turned-restaurant. Figuratively speaking, the fig tree is a symbol for the both the owners—Chef Greg and wife and general manager Sara Zanitsch, whose roots have grown deep into the Carolina…
Heirloom: a valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations; denoting a traditional variety of plant or breed of animal that is not associated with large-scale commercial agriculture.
Our Queen City harbors a host of historic homes. Some of theme remain only in the shadows of old foundations; others still stand as the regal residences of Charlotte’s elite. A few have been updated and outfitted to house (literally) local businesses and eateries, including the memorable McNinch House.