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Travel / 1.31.14 / by Tucker Berta

Breaking Bread with the Miller, Baker & Chef

Lionel Vatinet, master baker, French native, and owner of La Farm Bakery in Cary, NC Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta hosted a dinner to celebrate Lionel Vatinet’s book, A Passion for Bread:  Lessons from a Master Baker, and the farmer/miller/baker relationship that has Vatinet so excited. Chef Linton Hopkins crafted a beautiful menu with bread pairings for each of the five […]

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Dining / 1.8.14 / by Tucker Berta

Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival was a Holiday Treat

In the tinsel-dripping days leading up to Christmas, there’s an annual fest that’s a bacchanalian stocking stuffed with five days of wine, cocktail receptions, multi-coursed dinners, and beachside revelry. The Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival is merrymaking at its finest for the food-loving set, especially those who prefer to celebrate the holidays basking in […]

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Culture / 12.27.13 / by TLP Editors’ Desk

Rodney in Exile BBQ Tour is Bringing Whole Hogs on the Road

Rodney Scott, the famed barbecue pitmaster from Hemingway, SC, is taking his show on the road. He’ll tour the South from January 20 to February 4, bringing whole hog barbecue to a wide swath of the region. Why the tour? Two days before Thanksgiving, Rodney’s pit house went up in flames. Undaunted, Rodney quickly put temporary pits […]

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Dining / 11.15.13 / by Elizabeth Shestak

A Dining Adventure at ONE Restaurant

Before I even got to the dinner, a quick peak at the online menu had my taste buds in a tizzy: “Beet – Ash – Stem – Vinegar; Goat Lady Dairy chevre” read the first offering under vegetables. This was going to be a good night. And an educational one. Before dining at One, a restaurant […]

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Dining / 10.28.13 / by Hayley Phillips

S’mores Done Right

The night was waning but there was still one more course to go. Six plates in, no one was in particularly dire anticipation. The delicacies had come pouring out of Oceanside’s kitchen earlier. First there was a chilled spiny lobster with edamame and habanero paired with a 2012 Far Niente Chardonnay from Napa, followed by […]

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News and Events / 10.18.13 / by TLP Editors’ Desk

TLP Brought Suds & Seafood to TerraVITA

Last week, we invited Greg Engert (yeah,that Greg Engert: Beer Director of Neighborhood Restaurant Group in DC, one of Food & Wine’s 2010 Top Sommeliers, Beer Expert on NPR’sSplendid Table, and of course, James Beard semifinalist) to emcee a beer panel as part of TerraVITA’s Sustainable Classroomsessions. Jon Connolly, of Carolina Brewery, and Ben Watts, of Sweetwater Brewing Company, supplied brews and commentary, […]

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