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Southeast

You can use this tag to discuss food in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. We also have tags for each of the individual states, as well as many of the cities within them, which you can browse here.

A Guide to Barbecue Sauces of the Carolinas

We love all regional barbecue variations and have explored the United States of Sauce in general, but Carolina BBQ sauce styles deserve an even closer look. While innovation and cross-pollination have...
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Convivio, in Durham

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by jnwall 12 days ago

We had a delicious Easter Day lunch yesterday at Convivio, at 104 City Hall Plaza, in Durham. Our meal included charcuterie, salad with burrata, three different house-made pastas, plus servings of...

BBQ in NC and Georgia near I-95??

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by erica 4 months ago

Every year I begin one of these thread and this year is it more complicated due to the virus when many places have cut house or even closed. No more of my favor route, via Ches Bridge Tunnel. Thi...

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Asheville / Asheville-area Updates?

Tehama
by Tehama 25 days ago

Hey everyone! Hopefully Covid is getting under control now. What are the best Asheville (and Waynesville / Sylva if venturing farther west) spots now? Love some fresh recommendations. (And does...

Intercontinental Study Sheds Light on the Microbial Life of Sourdough

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 months ago

"Abstract: Humans have relied on sourdough starter microbial communities to make leavened bread for thousands of years, but only a small fraction of global sourdough biodiversity has been character...

Road Trip: Roanoke, VA, East Tennesee, Asheville, NC

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by Steve 6 months ago

On a road trip from DC to Asheville, we had a few memorable meals despite COVID restrictions. Our first stop was the Green Goat in Roanoke, which is in a park setting with plenty of outdoor seat...

Where to go in Asheville? Anyone been to Jargon yet?

Tehama
by Tehama 1 year ago

We've been to most of the well known Asheville restaurants and wanted to try something new for date night. Anyone have any feedback on "Jargon" https://jargonrestaurant.com/menu/ or have suggestio...

Charleston Restaurants - when you can't quite afford FIG

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by Blazniva 1 month ago

We're spending 4 days and nights in Charleston in late April. I love good food and that's one of the main reasons we chose to visit Charleston (also warm weather, beaches, architecture and history)...

Charleston SC - what to do?

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by girdev 2 months ago

Hi all, I would ordinarily read through many discussions and form my own list for my upcoming long weekend in Charleston. But due Covid and not knowing what the current status of these is as well ...

A Couple of Shout-Outs

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by Guilty Gourmand 7 months ago

The Southeast board has been pretty dead which I've chalked up to our collective inability to dine, explore, or try new things but maybe also partially out of fear (or respect) for publicly comment...

Kingsland, Georgia

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by erica 2 months ago

I think we will stay here one night before the long haul to south Florida. There seem to be two spots that look good: WILLIE JEWELS and MALSON'S. On the off chance, is anyone here familiar wit...

In search of taco trucks - Durham/Chapel Hill

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by Panski 5 months ago

The pandemic hasn't stopped my taco craving. Unfortuantely our favorite spot is off limits for the duration; much two crowded and way too many customers going in without a mask. Has anyone been...

Columbia, SC for a weekend

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by veganhater 4 months ago

Having never visited Columbia, I’d love any input on how to eat well. We will be there for a wrestling tournament next weekend and have all three meal slots open. No restrictions on our end, but d...

Seed sales at all time high

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

This news report is from North Carolina, but I'm hearing the same in California. Demand for seed has increased, prices are climbing and there will be shortages in the spring. So plan ahead and b...

Gullah/Lowcountry Food-Driven Road Trip

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by seg815 4 months ago

My fiance and I are planning a "mini-moon" for several days at the Montage Palmetto Bluff in January. We are very food-focused (from the South originally, but both now live in NY) and are hoping t...

Lee's One Fortune Farm Rice | Western North Carolina

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

Intrigued by this coverage of Lee's One Fortune Farm, Hmong refugee farmers in Western North Carolina growing rice varieties native to the highlands of Laos. They sell at the local farmers market. ...

Name of Greek Place off Franklin Street in the 80's/90's?

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by jcpageca 14 years ago

There used to be a greek place on the corner across from schoolkid's, opposite the post office. Next to where Hector's is now. Er, Chapel Hill, this is. We used to eat there in high school and...

Charleston - Current situation

danna
by danna 7 months ago

I'm headed down later this week. Can anyone comment on the current state....good choices that are open, notable spots still closed, where are the best bets that have lots of outdoor dining availab...

Chinese and Low Country Boil Restaurn in Durham

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by burgeoningfoodie 4 months ago

I can't imagine this place being good or a destination to a lot of people... but it does exist.. https://www.crabsea.com/

South Carolina 2020 road trip

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by bighound 5 months ago

Enjoyed a delicious 60th bday road trip through South Carolina based in Charleston. i'm adding reviews i have also posted elsewhere from our mostly delicious and fun dining. here you go: Fish...