Monthly Archives: April 2011

Waffle irons and skillets make good eats

Includes (both in Raleigh, NC): Jubala Village Coffee and Capital Club 16    I enjoyed several exceptional foods this past weekend I’d love to tell you about. I’m sure you’ve had a “Belgian” waffle, right? Haven’t we all. But have … Continue reading

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Vacay! (featuring pecan pie)

Includes: pecan pie recipe    I apologize for being a slack blogger. But I have a good excuse: I’ve been on vacation. (Annual spring hiking trip with friends old and new.) In fact, technically I still am on vacation — … Continue reading

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A great cup of Joe and a slice of heavenly pie

Includes (both in Raleigh, NC): Jubala Village Coffee and Piebird    There’s a unique new coffee shop in North Raleigh. You guessed it, in Layfayette Village. (That little shopping center keeps us all on our toes with new establishments popping … Continue reading

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More than meat

(and brownies at the end …) Includes: brownie recipe    A branch of The Meat House just opened in my Raleigh neighborhood. I know, I know, it’s weird that a primarily pescatarian food blogger is writing about a store known … Continue reading

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‘Shroom science

I spent most of this bright, sunny but windy spring day at a shiitake mushroom workshop offered by New Grass Gardens. NGG was founded by Matt and Hana, two contemporaries of my daughter and also friends of mine. Hana’s back … Continue reading

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