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Sunburst Celebrates Caviar

The Jennings-Eason family of Canton, N.C., originally began farming trout to feed mink. Nowadays they feed us. more »

Jul 1, 2013 by in Features

The Tuckahoe has been open for 30 years.

Larry Smith, ETSU

Hornet Dogs at the Tuckahoe

The sense of family, place and kinship is such that if the owners don’t know you when you walk in, “we’ll investigate until we do.” more »

May 1, 2013 by in Magazine

Killed lettuce is given much of its distinct taste by well-heated vinegar-sugar dressing.

Katie Larrington

Killed Lettuce: The Taste of Spring

When the lettuce and green onions come in out in the garden, it’s time to add the vinegar and bacon grease. more »

Mar 1, 2013 by in Food & Flavors

Tupelo Honey’s Southern twists on classic dishes such as Saltimbocca make for dining excellence.

Tim Barnwell

Blue Ridge Parkway Foodie Tour, Part 4

We kick off this last installment of our four-part Blue Ridge Parkway-counties Foodie Tour with a visit to the popular Tupelo Honey Cafe in Asheville, N.C. The offerings as we head south from Buncombe County are equally as enticing, tasty, unique... more »

Aug 1, 2012 by in Food & Flavors