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Gourmet editor Moreton Neal discusses the Duck and Dumpling restaurant in downtown Raleigh's Moore Square, a magnet for urbane bistros of all denominations. The establishment is co-owned by David Mao and Greg Hatem. Mao, the chef, retired after twenty-five years in the business, but says, “My fingers got itchy after a year.” Dumplings are the specialty of the house.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 5 Issue 11, Nov 2004, p82-83, il, por Periodical Website
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Chapel Hill has a long and colorful culinary history. Pioneering restaurant owner, Moreton Neal, discusses the origins of the town's ongoing reputation for great chefs and cuisine.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 10 Issue 2, Feb 2009, p34, 36-37, il, por Periodical Website
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16575
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Don't tell Carrboro but Cary has reason to believe it's the real Paris of the Piedmont. That reason is La Farm Bakery, a little taste of the Left Bank in Cary. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Lionel and Missy Vatinet's bakery in Preston Corners, a manicured residential development.
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Although rarely appearing on the list of Triangle culinary icons, Lex Alexander has been one of the most important tastemakers for over 25 years. Alexander is the man indirectly responsible for bringing The Whole Foods Company to the Triangle.
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The James Beard Awards are the Oscars of the food world. This year the Awards Honor nine NC masters of cuisine with prestigious national recognition.
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16693
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It's not easy to choose a place to eat in Wilmington. North Carolina's Port City offers a multitude of eateries to explore for the gastro-tourist to the pub enthusiast.
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Linked with neighboring Chapel Hill, Durham is America's foodiest small town according to Andrew Knowlton in his October 2008 Bon Appetit article. Durham is hardly a small town, evolving into a city right before our eyes. New restaurants in the ambitiously revamped City Center are thriving, filled with a critical mass of hungry customers from nearby tobacco warehouse condos, Bulls games and Durham Performing Arts Center events.
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