Grove Winery, Guilford County’s first and oldest winery, was sold this summer to Haw River Valley Enterprises L.L.C.
Neighbors, former newsroom colleagues and book clubbers recently helped evaluate a dozen rose wines representing a half dozen countries. Rose, sometimes called blush, is fashionable this time of year because they’re light, crisp and unpretentious.
Three veteran restaurateurs have opened a new chicken concept in Kernersville. Brother Cluckers opened June 13 in a former Subway location at 1547 Union Cross Road in the Union Cross Station shopping center, about a quarter mile off Interstate 40.
Just in time for summer, Krispy Kreme is getting into the ice-cream business.
Tickets are now on sale for Men Can Cook ... With a Twist, a fundraising dinner for the Women's Resource Center of Greensboro.
A brother and sister of first-generation Colombian Americans are sharing their love of empanadas throughout the Triad.
Steel Hands Brewing, a craft brewer based in Cayce, S.C., has opened a brewery in Greensboro.
Smokiin’ Mac, a popular Triad food truck, now has a restaurant.
Longtime Greensboro restaurateurs Beth and Jerry Kizhnerman are set to open a new restaurant later this month.
Before reaching for the Aussie labels with kangaroos, convicts and penguins, try something off the beaten path.
The second annual Kernersville Brews-A-Palooza will be from noon to 8 p.m. May 22 in the parking lot of Kernersville Brewing Company, 221 N. Main St., Kernersville.
Mary Samuels recently wrote asking about chayote squash and the best ways to prepare it.
The North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association is once again organizing a statewide Chef Showdown to showcase North Carolina's chefs, bartenders, restaurants, distilleries and foods.
With European wine prices rising amid America’s inflation, I’m always hunting top-flight juice that’s easy on my wallet. These days, the wines of Chile are my go-to.
May 2—North Carolina is home to some of the nation's best places to eat brunch, new rankings show. Four restaurants in the state made a list of the top places to grab a late-morning meal, according to the restaurant reservation website OpenTable. The North Carolina dining destinations that earned recognition were: — Cafe Monte in Charlotte — Green Valley Grill in Greensboro — JOLO Winery & ...
During their more than 15 years creating and uploading videos to YouTube, Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal — better known as simply Rhett & Link — have amassed tens of millions of subscribers and billions of views.
North Carolina is home to some of the “most outstanding” places to eat in the world, a new report finds. Seven restaurants in the state rank among the best dining spots on a list from Forbes Travel Guide.
The North Carolina Folk Festival will once again hold its Folk A’Fare fundraiser. Tickets are now on sale for the event, at 6 p.m. May 11 at Elm & Bain, 620B S. Elm St., Greensboro.
Chef Jodie Ferguson has partnered with Feast and Field to share a new signature recipes: Toasted Brioche with Ham, Gruyere and Apricot Jam served with Habanero Sweet Potato Bisque
North Carolina’s two annual wine competitions — the Mid-Atlantic-Southeastern and the N.C. State Fair — can sometimes provide an insightful consumer scorecard.
Chef Jodie Ferguson has partnered with Feast and Field to share a new signature recipes: Maple Bacon Yeast Rolls
The North Carolina Folk Festival will bring back its culinary event and fundraiser after a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Folk A'Fare will be held May 11 in downtown Greensboro.
Chef Jodie Ferguson has partnered with Feast and Field to share a new signature recipes: Shrimp and Blistered Shishito Succotash Gnocchi
Greensboro has a new resource for food-truck owners, caterers and other small-business owners in the food industry. The City Kitch, a commercial, inspected shared-use kitchen is now open at 601 Milner Drive.
WINSTON-SALEM — An ambitious outreach plan aimed at bringing more state, regional and national recognition to North Carolina’s growing wine industry topped the news at this year’s annual N.C. Winegrowers Conference.
This year’s N.C. Winegrowers Association’s annual conference included a session on big red blends — fitting given market share of red wine blends in the U.S.