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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.

St. Patrick's Day in Savannah, Georgia Is Kind of a Big Deal

If you’re looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, look no further than Savannah, Georgia. It’s one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the nation, and features a huge parade...
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Looking for a Pop/Soda Named Wink

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by estufarian 8 years ago

Can anybody help slake my thirst for information on the possible whereabouts of a pop/soda/soft drink branded as “Wink”? In Canada, this was last marketed as CPlus Wink, although it may exist in...

Liver pudding

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by CHASNATIVE 3 months ago

Liver pudding is a traditional sausage product of the black people in and around Charleston S.C. Lacking access to skeletal muscle meats and being left with visceral products (offal) i.e. heart, ki...

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Restaurants serving carry-out food in the Triangle during Coronavirus

LulusMom
by LulusMom 20 days ago

Those of us on this board love our restaurants. We can help them out now by getting carry-out, or buying gift certificates. Let's use this thread to let others know which places are open and servin...

Carrboro Food Hub

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by Rory 17 days ago

this is a fantastic local initiative to support farmers, restaurants: "Pick up fresh produce, quality meats, and prepared meals three times a week in the heart of Carrboro. Feed your family while...

Passion flower/fruit

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by ae31860 3 months ago

I am live in North Carolina, in the southeast of the foothills. I love passion fruit. However, getting it in the store is expensive and it is very hard to find. So, I began to wonder if I could gro...

Good Barbecue in or near Columbia and Greenville

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by dcbbq 27 days ago

I plan to take a barbecue eating trip to upland South Carolina and welcome recommendations. I especially am interested in places that cook only with wood. Thoughts?

SC Midlands best BBQ (on a Monday)

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by mcristy 3 years ago

Hi all! I know there are so many posts here that go into great detail on great regional SC barbecue but I need some help getting around many of their weekend only hours. I will be driving from Char...

Where to Eat near I-95

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by dcbbq 3 months ago

Ten years ago there were a number of discussions about non-chain places to eat close enough to I-95 to be realistic options. There have been few discussions since then, even though I-95 is as crow...

Best part of the Triangle for everyday dining

concordcourtney
by concordcourtney 1 month ago

Our family is considering moving to the Triangle from Charlotte for various reasons, but we're pretty flexible on where in the Triangle. We just need to be within about 45 minutes of RDU Airport. ...

Worst bars in NC

ToothTooth
by ToothTooth 1 month ago

Dear Hounds, The news over the last several weeks (and years) has filled many of us with existential dread. As such, its got me to wondering, "Where can I find a bar that offers the amenity of s...

Coming and Closed Chapel Hill/Carrboro

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by Rory 1 year ago

this seemed like a good thread to make for odds and ends. Guru India closed (it was ghastly) and a new place Pho Happiness is coming. Also Menuchehr from Rumi Persian cafe has a food trailer Gyro...

Meat and Three Sides (but we just want the sides)

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by soccermom13 1 month ago

DH and I will be in NC for a little vacation in early April. We especially like the three sides part of the equation in meat + 3 sides options. We are totally fine with holes-in-the wall as long ...

Shuck Beans

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by soccermom13 1 month ago

We'll be in NC in April---New Bern, Raleigh, Asheville. Does anyone know where I could purchase some shuck beans to cook at home?

Back In The Day Bakery-- Savannah GA

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by bbqme 2 months ago

Did some fine eating and drinking while visiting Savannah-- The Grey, Cotton & Rye-- but what stood out was the biscuit at Back In the Day Bakery. I had the ham & gruyere, basically a biscuit versi...

Wilmington updates?

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by ksbee 2 months ago

Am planning a short trip to Wilmington in February, and it looks like all of the posts are about 6 years old. Many mention Catch and Caprice Bistro - are there any updates on great food? Am thinkin...

Rye Flour/Meal in the Triangle

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by Remsleep 3 months ago

Having received excellent feedback on my first go at sourdough rye bread, I'm looking to branch out. Unfortunately, rye flour is hard to find and rye meal is so far non-extant. WF* and HT have Arro...

Up-Country Barbecue in South Carolina

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by dcbbq 3 months ago

I'm planning a trip to SC to eat barbecue. I'll focus on the areas above the Fall Line (also known as the Gnat Line) -- Columbia-Lexington County and around Greenville. I don't mind driving out i...

What are you looking to try in 2020?

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by burgeoningfoodie 3 months ago

A new year and new places to try (even ones that haven't been created). For those that are still standing or imminent, what places in our area are you looking forward to trying? How about in the ...

Charleston and Savanah, no Pork or Shellfish

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by Mauve 6 months ago

We have never been to these cities, traveling with two other couples, Looking for good fresh food and fun experiences.