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North Carolina Crabs

In a little corner restaurant in a strip mall on the ocean side of Kitty Hawk—a small town on North Carolina’s Outer Banks made famous by the Wright Brothers’ first flight—a third-generation crabber turns decades of hard work into a popular Outer Banks seafood spot. Step through the doors of I Got Your Crabs (IGYC) for high-quality, fresh, local seafood.

2020-09-17T13:48:40+00:00September 17th, 2020|Categories: Cuisines, Featured, Regions, Seafood, Southeast|Tags: , |0 Comments

Judgment of Napa

On the eve of America’s bicentennial, an English wine merchant in Paris had been quite impressed with the quality of California wines that he’d come across. Thinking it could be worthwhile to shine a light on the New World, Steven Spurrier and his business partner, Patricia Gallagher, decided to organize a competition.

2020-09-10T14:13:16+00:00September 10th, 2020|Categories: Featured, Regions, Trends & Trails, West Coast|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Barrio Bread

Before the pandemic, sell-outs were a daily occurrence at Barrio Bread, a bakery in Tucson, Arizona. Customers streamed out of the door every weekend. Plenty of fans showed up on weekday mornings, too. No wonder: Owner Don Guerra was named a James Beard Semifinalist Outstanding Baker for the second time this year—an impressive feat for a four-year-old business!

2020-09-09T12:32:15+00:00September 9th, 2020|Categories: Bread, Cuisines, Featured, Producers & Purveyors, Regions, Southwest|Tags: , |0 Comments

Meet 3 Black Chefs in Atlanta, Georgia

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the culinary industry especially hard. With restaurant dining rooms barred from operating at full capacity (if at all) and strict regulations in place on even to-go orders, restaurant workers are taking huge financial hits. The turbulent year of 2020 has also brought racial injustice and social inequality to light and finally garner more attention.

2020-08-26T19:45:03+00:00August 27th, 2020|Categories: Featured, Producers & Purveyors, Regions, Southeast|Tags: |0 Comments

Tait Farm Foods

Feeling the summer heat? Cool down with a refreshing glass of sparkling water mixed with some Tait Farm Raspberry Shrub. Shrubs—concentrated syrups that combine fruit, sugar, and vinegar—are resurging in popularity. Typically added to water or spirits, they’re turning up at trendy bars in creative cocktails as well as interesting non-alcoholic alternatives. Shrubs were first popular in England in the 17th and 18th centuries; it was a common way to preserve fruits before refrigeration. The term "shrub" is a variant of the word "shurb" from the Arabic word "sharāb" which means "to drink."  Early colonists brought the beverage to America, to places like City Tavern in Philadelphia, where Tait Farm Raspberry Shrub offers a sip of history on its Colonial drinks menu.

2020-08-26T19:10:35+00:00August 26th, 2020|Categories: Cocktail Recipes, Featured, Northeast, Recipes, Regions|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Taste Pinehurst, NC

Taste Pinehurst, NC Pinehurst’s agricultural heritage shines as North Carolina region’s growers, producers, and restaurants present bountiful flavor.  Story by Michael J. Solender Pride in Moore County’s agricultural heritage and traditions can be seen in picnic baskets and on plates from Southern Pines and Carthage to Pinehurst and Aberdeen. When

2020-08-20T16:57:12+00:00August 20th, 2020|Categories: Featured, Regions, Southeast|0 Comments

El Paso, Texas’ Borderland Cuisine

Borderland is a word that you hear a lot in El Paso, a sprawling West Texas city situated at the boundary between Mexico and the United States. The borderland region is symbolically defined by a hotly-contested crossing from El Paso into metropolitan Ciudad Juarez, but in reality, these two cities have been intertwined both culturally and historically throughout the ages. Ideas and people flow continuously back and forth here. In fact, before the pandemic, crossing the Texas border was a fairly simple process for Americans who enjoyed visiting Mexico for a meal.

2020-08-18T18:27:59+00:00August 19th, 2020|Categories: Cuisines, Featured, Mexican, Regions, South, Southwest|Tags: , |0 Comments

Caroline Randall Williams Celebrates Soul Food

Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Caroline Randall Williams is an award-winning poet, cookbook author, and activist to name a few of the Harvard graduate’s credentials. She’s taught in two of the poorest states in the Union—Mississippi and West Virginia—and recently garnered national attention for her New York Times op-ed, “You want a Confederate Monument? My body is a Confederate Monument.” She also comes from a long line of Black women who weighed over 200 pounds and refuses to follow suit.

Foodie Finds at National Parks

Foodie Finds at National Parks Story by Anne Quinn Corr It’s easy to enjoy the great outdoors at any of our country’s 419 national park sites. While only 62 destinations may include the words “National Park” in their names, a multitude of lakeshores, seashores, battlefields, monuments, trails, and rivers are

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