Dine to your heart’s content and still support local farmers, provisioners, and food artisans. Twenty-One Piedmont Culinary Guild members, representing eighteen local restaurants, are participating in Queen’s Feast – Winter 2018. Three courses for $35.00 (plus, tax/tip). There’s no better bang for your dining out buck.
Not only does Rochelle Baxter’s family ties stretch overseas, but her childhood and school years moved her through Chapel Hill, Durham, and Winston-Salem, before landing in Charlotte. Still, while her culinary inspirations may be far-flung, the food she stocks at Vin Master celebrates the Carolinas’ own variety of flavors.
It’s back-to-back for the crew at 300 East restaurant in Charlotte as Pastry Sous Laney Jahkel-Parrish captured both the Judges and People’s Choice awards – and is the Carved 2017 overall champion! Over 200 people turned out at Lenny Boy Brewing on Saturday, October 21 for a day of fun, food, and family.
At first impression, PCG Member farmer Brad Todd recalls illustrations of ancient Vikings: tall and rugged, with a lush beard, long blond hair pulled tightly back, and a piercing gaze. Inside Lucky Clays’ sunlit greenhouse in Norwood, 40 miles east of Charlotte, clear water flows …
For the past year and a half, Abby Wyatt, Market Manager for the Davidson Farmers’ Market, has coordinated the chaos, deploying volunteers, chefs, and vendors in a continuing initiative to get local ingredients into residents’ kitchens.