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NY kosher center offers recipe amid knish shortage

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Help is on the way for knish cravers. The Brooklyn-based Center for Kosher Culinary Arts says it's developed a recipe for the square, fried, potato-filled doughy treats. Full story...
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Philly Cheesesteaks coming to Downtown Wilmington

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Philly transplants should soon find respite in a sandwich shop planned for the recently vacated space at 204 Princess St. Port City Cheese Steak Company, a new restaurant from the same ownership team behind the New Orleans-themed Bourbon St. just around the corner at 35 N. Front St., is shooting for an early December opening, partner Kevin Corbett said. Full story...
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Thousands flock to opening weekend of the Cape Fear Fair and Expo

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From animals to delicious fried delights, and of course rides for kids of all ages and sizes, this year's Cape Fear Fair and Expo is fun for everyone. Full story...
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EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: Cape Fear Fair & Expo

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videoThe Cape Fear Fair and Expo is finally underway! George Elliott stopped by to take it all in and give us the scoop on opening day. Full story...
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37th Annual NC Festival by the Sea

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videoIn Holden Beach, folks looking to have some fun in the sun flocked to the 37th Annual NC Festival by the Sea. With close to 150 vendors, this year's festival was bigger than ever before. From live music, to a car show, and even a street dance, this festival had something for everyone, especially those who like to snack on some delicious free samples. Full story...
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There's still time to enter Topsail Chili Festival

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video Think your chili recipe has what it takes to win a competition? The Topsail Chili Festival is next weekend and organizers say they're still accepting applications for cooks! Full story...
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High-demand NC food banks getting funds

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North Carolina food banks faced with increased demand because of high unemployment and government assistance delays are getting nearly $3 million. Full story...
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Raleigh cops stop charities from feeding homeless

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Raleigh police have stopped charities from feeding the homeless at a public square. Full story...
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CFCC Summer Dessert Open House

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video Students in the culinary program at Cape Fear Community College held their Summer Dessert Open House today. Our resident food aficionado Alicia Ross was lucky enough to get invited. Full story...
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Twinkies to last longer than many may remember

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Twinkies don't last forever, but they'll have more staying power than most people remember when they return to shelves next week. Full story...
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Rep. Jones asks for Congressional hearing on Smithfield sale

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Rep. Walter Jones (R-3rd District) wants a Congressional hearing on the planned sale of Smithfield Foods, Inc., to a Chinese company. Full story...
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Truck-a-Roo features six food trucks in Wilmington

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Go get a taste of different food from six food trucks in downtown Wilmington June 29 at the second Truck-a-Roo.video Full story...
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The Seasoned Gourmet hosting 'Grapes & Grub' to benefit the Ability Garden

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The Seasoned Gourmet has planned a food and winecentric event to raise funds to support The Ability Garden, housed at the New Hanover County Arboretum. Full story...
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Britt's Donuts helps Carolina Beach Boardwalk to national food ranking

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video Britt's Donuts has been a staple at the Carolina Beach Boardwalk since 1939. USA Today recently named Carolina Beach the eighth best boardwalk in the country when it comes to food, and Britt's was the reason why. Full story...
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Planning Commission continues talks about future of Wilmington food trucks

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Among several proposals discussed at the Wilmington Planning Commission's meeting Wednesday night, the talks will continue about the future of food trucks, and their place within city limits. Full story...
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