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Celebrate Picnic’s First Anniversary with a Pig Pickin’ (or Two)

One pitmaster, one chef and one hog farmer. Three individuals who are separately esteemed for their knowledge of barbecue decided to combine their expertise...

A Vegan Vineyard Offering

Organic wines? That’s old news. How about vegan wines? Not only devoid of pesticides and herbicides, but never using gelatin or egg whites (animal...

A Must-Try Cava Sparkler

Look around and you’ll see that almost every wine-producing nation now makes a bubbly. Prosecco, of course, is hot, hot, hot, and it’s not...

NC Rare & Vintage Beer Tasting Shares Exceptional Brews for a Cause

Voted “Classiest Winter Beer Festival” by BrewStuds, the NC Rare & Vintage Beer Tasting provides attendees the opportunity to meet brewing experts, eat delicious food...

A Merlot That’s Never Gone Out of Style

Some wines just don’t get any respect. Or, better stated, some wines go in and out of fashion. Most of you remember when Merlot...

Try This ‘Everyday’ Red with Any Savory Dish

Today’s review comes with a twist. Even if you can’t find today’s wine, I heartily recommend that you go to your nearest wine shop...
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Discover the Best Places to Dine with New Restaurant App CurEat

Entrepreneur Steve Mangano has traveled the world and eaten at many restaurants – which got him wondering why it’s so hard to find a good...

‘A Perfect Food Wine’

As holiday bills begin to roll in, we look at a reasonably priced Cabernet Sauvignon today. Angeline, a division of Martin Ray Winery, is...

Satisfying Sunday Mornings Start With Monuts & Mindfulness

While we're celebrating traditions, I thought I’d share my newest – Recovery Yoga with Anna Cordova at Fullsteam Brewery. Every Sunday at 10:45 a.m....

Hot Spot: M Kokko

When Chef Mike Lee opened M Sushi last January, little did we know it was just the beginning of his ingredient-focused ventures. The restaurant...