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Pancakes for the holidays

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'Tis the season for holiday shopping, parties, and all the fun that comes along with those activities. Maybe the most dreaded part of it all, for some, is the cooking. Full story...
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Enjoy touring downtown Wilmington homes

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videoThe 7th Annual Backdoor Kitchen Tour is Saturday in downtown Wilmington. Do you have tickets yet? Full story...
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Growing trend saves busy moms time in the kitchen

It's a growing trend among busy women: Discover the secret to making hearty meals for your family, without slaving over the stove.

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Growing trend saves busy moms time in the kitchen

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It's a growing trend among busy women: Discover the secret to making hearty meals for your family, without slaving over the stove.video Full story...
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Local restaurant owner shares recipe

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video The owner of Nicola's shares an easy recipe to bring restaurant taste into your own home. Full story...
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Barbecue expert Bob Garner shares his passion

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videoA barbecue lover and expert stops by WWAY to talk about his favorite foods. Full story...
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3-Pepper and Black Bean Chili

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This week, local writer and chef Alicia Ross makes 3-Pepper and Black Bean Chili. Find out more about Alicia at www.KitchenScoop.com Full story...
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Fire on the Dock crowns winning Chef

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The competition was hot Tuesday night. It was the final night of Fire on the Dock at Wrightsville Beach. Only two chefs remained, and Andy Hopper from Chefs 105 in Morehead City came out the winner. Full story...
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Cooking competition heats up Wrightsville Beach

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Fire on the Dock was the hot ticket again this week. The weekly cooking competition has captured a loyal audience. Full story...
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USDA lowers pork's safe cooking temp

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The US Department of Agriculture is lowering its temperature recommendation for cooking pork to 145 degrees. That's a drop of 15 degrees and a change from the agency's longstanding guideline. Full story...
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