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Jamie Robbins

“Growing up, I always had a thing for fire," Wood says. “I saw how it brought everyone together." Read more



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You can’t absently sip it; it requires you to be in the moment. It begs to be savored as you scoop up a little froth with some toppings to make a composed bite. Read more



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Raleigh’s own badass won the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef while her protégés spread their wings Read more

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“Americans serve too many empty-calorie snacks. In India, it’s more than that. Every bite is supposed to provide what you need for that time of day.” Read more



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The Lao-Lao Food Truck brings the Lao culture’s unabashedly funky, spicy cuisine to the Triangle. Read more


There's more to life than barbecue. Read more



Briana Brough

We caught up with Moore and discussed his new "Saltbox Seafood Joint Cookbook" and have shared a recipe for a Southern clam chowder. Read more


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Photo by Jessica Crawford

Just like Vogue’s September issue, the Triangle’s food scene is bursting at the seams with buzzworthy news, albeit our must-haves skew more cookies than couture. Read more



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“Café culture here tends to be exclusive and unwelcoming to many demographics.” Read more


Before winning the culinary world’s most prestigious honor, the Poole’s Diner proprietor talked to us about the Raleigh restaurant scene, being vulnerable, and when the hell Poole’side Pies is going to open. Read more



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This year’s three winners challenge us to reconsider the way we approach food and be more mindful about who is making, growing, or serving it to us, and how those decisions affect the larger community. Read more

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Firsthand Foods co-founders Tina Prevatte Levy and Jennifer Curtis have changed the way that meat is raised and consumed in the Triangle. Read more

Food and Drink Almanac

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Plus: A sneak peek of (ish) Delicatessen's nosh, spring events worth marking on your calendar, and our Bite of the Week. Read more


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Photo by Jessica Hirsch

Plus: The Durham’s Cookbook Swap, Counting House’s Underground Cocktail Pop-Up, and our Bite of the Week. Read more


Kasell spent three months traveling across China sampling and photographing street food, recording tasting notes and anecdotes, and cataloguing them by province and city. Read more

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Photo by Molly Milroy/Chai Pani Restaurant Group

Chef Cheetie Kumar will host a Holi celebration at Garland for the third installment of the series. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Thrive NC

Plus: A Mardi Gras bash at Whitaker & Atlantic, Brewery Bhavana's Soft Beer Fest, and our Bite of the Week! Read more



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Triangle chefs and beverage pros Ashley Christensen, Sean Lilly Wilson, Cheetie Kumar, Oscar Diaz, and Steven Devereaux Greene, plus a slew of N.C. talent, land on the coveted list Read more



Christopher Williams

No matter its shape, color, or occasion, bread—and its breaking—is the Great Mother Read more


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And more news from this week's Friday Night Bites, plus our Bite of the Week. Read more