The real star if the Nana’s shoot – these gorgeous golden beets that Scott prepared.
How cool was it seeing Durham’s Phillip Riggs on the GRAMMYs Monday night? The North Carolina School of Science and Math music teacher won the Music Educator Award, which is given each year by the Recording Academy and the Grammy Foundation.
It was a tough call, but Assistant Editor Jessica Stringer ordered the old-fashioned chocolate and the peanut butter banana at Monuts.
We celebrated Valentine’s Day (and the end of our largest-ever issue) with even more Monuts!
For a great girls’ night out, Marketing Associate Jenny Hunt and Administrative and Operations Assistant Caroline Kornegay enjoyed a classic meal from Cook-Out, complete with peanut butter-fudge milkshakes!
Picnic has got excellent mac and cheese, pulled pork sandwiches and some of the best fried chicken Jessica’s ever had.
Haven’t been to Bar Virgile lately? The food menu has changed quite a bit. VP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash loved the fried oysters.
How great is this marketing by the Durham Innovation District? Ground will be broken on Phase One very soon!
Lots of good economic news came out of the Durham Chamber‘s annual meeting. Let’s keep it going in 2016, Durham!
We loved seeing this wonderful chef, Scott Crawford of Standard Foods in Raleigh, on Bravo last week! He represented the Triangle beautifully on “Recipe for Deception.”
Durham’s five craft breweries – Bull City Burger and Brewery, Bull Durham Beer Co., Fullsteam Brewery, Ponysaurus Brewing and Triangle Brewing Company – have joined forces to create a series of six-packs to raise the funds to build a Habitat for Humanity of Durham home. Each pack contains five 32-ounce cans of specialty beer that is not usually available in cans and a Durham Habitat pint glass. Follow this link to order one of your own!