You already know my love for food trucks. Well, here is another one that is worth waiting in line for: Baguettaboutit. Hand-made sausages from Greensboro NC from Giacomo’s Italian Market are stuffed into half a baguette paired with in-house sauces. These aren’t just normal sausages stuffed with who knows what – they are the real […]
Welcome to our guest writers from Once You Go Vegan. I met this lovely family on Saturday morning at the Durham Farmer’s Market selling the most amazing donuts – and they were vegan! It turned out they had extensive culinary experience at some of my favorite DC restaurants. But how the move from southern soul […]
Durham-based Master Master Donuteer Lindsay Moriarty creates innovative, homemade donuts that she brings on a delivery trike. A trike! Donuts on a trike! These flavors are wonderful and unique, from Cranberry Ginger to Coconute Dream to Vegan Toasted Amaretto, it’s a delight to find at the farmer’s market. Monuts strives for seasonally-inspired flavors with local […]
By now, most of you know my love and endless fascination for food trucks. From Durham’s Food Truck Rodeo to DC’s Truckeroo, I hardly turn down an opportunity to test out new ones and get some of my favorites. Which led to me to realize while I was last waiting in line for about 45 […]
Can you believe that Sol Food Mobile Farm is going to hit the road in TWO days? The intrepid team: Dylan, Eliza, Ellen, and Reid (our heroes) have been hard at work, and oh my, oh my, the bus is looking amazing!!
We’ve previously written about Vittles, a NC-based organization that tells food stories through films. Their newest project, The Farmer Veteran Project, is their first feature-length documentary. Check out the video and the event in North Carolina Vittles is holding for the film (at one of my favorite Durham restaurants). A particularly poignant line that this […]
Chef David Mao, chef and restauranteur extraordinaire of Raleigh, NC recently opened up a new place, David’s Dumpling and Noodle Bar. This chill place offers exceptional food inspired by Chinese, Malaysian, and Vietnamese cuisines. Chef Mao makes it a point to go around and say hi to all his customers. So awesome.
Remember our incredible partner, Real Good Food, at the Bull City Food Exchange? They are such a hit that communities want to see them grow – but to grow, they need your support. Seeing as how we walked off with some amazing peanut butter chocolate treats, lemon honey, and met some great neighbors while at […]
No, not the markets in France. In Durham, North Carolina. Another one of my favorites that I feel like everyone should know about: Rue Cler. This French bistro is a favorite for Sunday brunch (their croque madame is lovely), but really, any time of day, this place is consistent. In addition to their amazing fries […]
This is the last of four Class Acts where we highlight four classy acts in food production and sustainability in the Piedmont region of North Carolina. These four were part of a weekend-long, 40-farm Piedmont Farm tour sponsored by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association as a way to learn more and celebrate the small family […]