This week, I offer another perennial favorite of tailgating parties and potluck suppers, for ‘tis the season.
Sheet-pan dinners are hardly a new trend, but the method is consistently revelatory. It’s impossible not to marvel at its simplicity and ability to deliver a one-dish, er, -pan dinner packed with flavor.
Willa Carpenter of High Point won $700 and first place in the Village Tavern’s Got to Be Cheesecake Contest at the Carolina Classic Fair on Sunday with a nostalgic flavor that recalled an orange Creamsicle.
Downtown has a new Mexican restaurant.
The Carolina Classic Fair is not just a fair. It’s also a food truck festival.
GoPuff.com, an online grocery delivery business, has partnered with NBA All-Star Chris Paul to create a line of plant-based snacks.
Flour Box Tea Rooms is now operating out of Short Street Gastro Lab, a commercial shared-use kitchen in Kernersville.
This recipe for eggplant caviar is a great way to use late-season eggplant and tomatoes.
A local food truck ran into a problem when owner Yesenia Nava Attaway wrecked the truck after selling tacos and other Mexican fare her first day.
Below are some recently reviewed wines, roughly in order of preference:
The Bagel Station is getting ready to open a new dining room at its original location at 129 Oakwood Drive, just a block off Stratford Road near Thruway Shopping Center.
Westbend Tavern, 5394 Williams Road in Lewisville, announced Sept. 22 on its Facebook page that it is closing immediately.
Sampan Chinese Restaurant, which has been in business more than 30 years, will close its doors after dinner service Sept. 30.
A breakfast and brunch restaurant is coming this fall to the historic Henry Shaffner House on the edge of downtown at 150 S. Marshall St.
Don’t underestimate the open-faced sandwich. As simple as they may sound, these topless sandwiches are often a refreshing and decorative reflection of the season and their cuisine. They range from sleek and minimal to rustic and hearty, with flourishes that reflect their culture.
N.C. apple growers are enjoying a good year after suffering heavy crop losses because of late frost in 2021.
Operators of a winery in N.C.'s Brushy Mountains say their wine is worth the triple-digit price tag. “The vines are happy up here ..."
A panel discussion at Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors this weekend will focus on the state of food in North Carolina.
It doesn’t take much to dress up a nice piece of fresh salmon.
If you’re looking for something a little different for your next potluck — but sure to get raves and requests for the recipe — try this hot Vidalia onion dip.
This slaw is the Goldilocks of coleslaws. It’s slightly sweet, but not too sweet. Slightly creamy, but not too creamy. Juicy, but certainly not too wet. It has a bite, but not too sharp. The only category where it doesn’t compromise is texture: It’s very crunchy. After all, a crispy, crunchy…
Francisco FarmFest, a celebration of agricultural heritage and homemade traditions, will be held 4 to 7 p.m. Sept. 17 at the Francisco Community Building, 7104 N.C. 89, Westfield.
More than 25 years after opening its doors, The Carving Board still draws in crowds for its signature spicy sesame noodles, chicken salad, roast-beef sandwiches and more.
The Winston-Salem Food Truck Festival will be from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 18 in a new location on East Ninth Street near Radar and Wise Man breweries.
The Little Red Caboose, 4284 Patterson Ave., closed Sept. 1 and is expected to open in October under new ownership.
A combination bar and coffee shop is expected to open this fall at 492 West End Blvd. in the West End, next to Joymongers Beer Hall and across from Hanes Park.
Skrimp Shack, a fast-casual seafood restaurant at 1103 Silas Creek Parkway in Parkway Plaza, has permanently closed.