Food

Food

Try This Light-But-Satisfying Grilled Salmon on the Terrace at MarketPlace

Enjoy the mild early autumn weather and dine on the terrace at MarketPlace – the restaurant at the JB Duke Hotel. Executive Sous Chef...

A Go-To Red for Fall Fare

I was telling my wife last night: "I would bet a tidy sum that I could identify a classic Rioja red tasting blindly." There’s...

Fall Sips at Counting House: Black Plum-Inspired Gin Cocktail

Sellerie Blume Counting House Head Bartender Kacey Liebes and Beverage Manager Jennifer Salomé concocted this floral, fruity and slightly savory gin cocktail, finding inspiration in...

Scratch Owner Serves Up Seasonal Sensations at The Lakewood

It's no secret that Phoebe Lawless is a busy woman. Between her beloved Scratch on Orange Street downtown – which she now lovingly calls...

Durham Wine Experts Share Tips For Demystifying Restaurant Wine Lists

Like an ancient Greek scroll of the final exam for advanced quantum physics, wine lists can often be intimidating and unintelligible. Vouvray? Gewürztraminer? If...

A Bottle Full of Surprises

For years we’ve read about Trebbiano being an innocuous grape, devoid of character, the grape of endless Italian “biancos” from all over the country....

Durham Mom Offers Simple 6-Day Plan for Prepping Dinners Each Week

Central Park School for Children (CPSC) kindergarten teaching assistant Liz Clark requires a course of action to get dinner on her South Durham table...

Put Your Faith in This Fascinating Wine

Many of you are familiar with the bargain rosé produced by Mulderbosch Vineyards of South Africa. But among their other releases is a fascinating...

A Red That’s Sure to Tickle Your Taste Buds

Tempranillo is the truly great indigenous red grape of Spain. Also known as Cencibel, Ull de Llebre and Tinta del Pais, it shines in...

A Wine Best Served Cold

I believe that Sicily is in contention for the most exciting wines being produced since the dawn of the 21st century. Sicily is being...