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Our Favorite Cheap Eats Around The Triangle, North Carolina

Kimberly Gormley 11 comments

The Triangle, named for the three cities clustered in the center of North Carolina—Chapel Hill, Durham, and Raleigh—is full of great, cheap eats. Check out some of our favorites spots for a great meal that'll set you back a mere $6 or less. More

College Tours: Where to Eat Near UNC-Chapel Hill

Eric and Sarah Mine 14 comments

Fall is in the air in Chapel Hill. This means that everywhere, locals are readying themselves for Festifall, college football, and, of course, the annual return of 30,000 hungry UNC students. Here's a rundown of the best places to eat on Franklin Street and beyond. More

North Carolina: Our 8 Favorite Food Trucks in the Triangle

Eric and Sarah Mine 15 comments

Food trucks have been sprouting up so quickly around Raleigh and Durham that it's getting hard to keep track of them all. But don't worry, we're here to help. Our list of our 8 favorite trucks is a great place to start your own food truck journey. More

Brunswick Stew, Hush Puppies, and Hash: Sides on the Carolina Barbecue Trail

When Pigs Fly James Boo 14 comments

Meat may be the undeniable core of American barbecue, but as long as American barbecue is part of the pantheon of southern cooking, it will not stand alone. From the saltine crackers and pickles of Lockhart, to the lard-fried potatoes (you heard me) of Kansas City, to the barbecue slaw of Lexington, the side dishes served with barbecue are often as exciting as the main course. I indulged in this fact on my recent trip through the Carolinas, looking forward to the $2 servings of local flavor that flanked each serving of smoked pork. More

Notes from the South: North Carolina Barbecue

Chichi Wang 15 comments

In the good state of North Carolina, barbecue means chopped pork. No fatty ribs or spice-rubbed brisket—just the whole hog or shoulder (depending on the region) slowly smoked overnight. For your viewing pleasure, here's a look at some classic barbecue joints in the state, including Wilber's, Lexington, and Allen and Son. More

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