Category Archives: Raleigh, NC

Easing into winter with bibimbap

Cold weather has returned, and with it my craving for Dolsot Bibimbap. Say what?! Most people I know have never partaken of Korean food. Chinese, Japanese and Thai, yes. But not Korean. My family was stationed in South Korea when … Continue reading

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Newbies

Cluck, cluck little hen  I love trying out new places! New to me, anyway. I guess I can use living in north Raleigh as my excuse for not knowing about seven-month-old Little Hen in Apex. Or is it Holly Springs? … Continue reading

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Another medley

I need to hurry and play catch-up tonight before more sure-to-be-blog-worthy culinary adventures hit (Tampa this weekend, a new Laotian joint next week). So here goes. Unintentional vegan  I think veganism gets an undeserved bad rap in most circles. Don’t … Continue reading

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In praise of Raleigh

Includes: American Meltdown food truck; Sugarland, Market and Cupcake Mayhem, all in Raleigh, NC Well, once again I find myself playing catch-up in this space. I can offer no substantial excuse for being so sluggish with blogging — just having … Continue reading

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Forgive me?

Includes: Battistella’s, Cafe Helios and Mura, in Raleigh, NC; and JJJ Food Truck in Granville County If I promise, promise, promise to start blogging with some regularity again, will you forgive me for my recent slackness? I seem to be … Continue reading

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Yet another hodgepodge

Includes: blueMANGO, Market, Chucks, Batistellas in Raleigh, NC, and a recipe for granola Yet again I find my writing way behind my eating — or more accurately, the time allotted for writing is inadequate compared to the time devoted eating … Continue reading

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Lent is over …

… for me, anyway. In many peoples’ minds, lent has a strong association with sacrifice. When I was a practicing Catholic, every year for the 40 days leading up to Easter lots of us would give up something we enjoyed, … Continue reading

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