North Carolina is famous for its good eating. From pulled pork to excellent crab, boiled peanuts to fresh-from-the-field produce. Find farmers markets and other resources for local foods in North Carolina.
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North Carolina Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
See what's in season in North Carolina with this Guide to North Carolina Produce.
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North Carolina Specialties: Pulled Pork
I was in my late twenties before I had the vinegar-spiked barbecue served up in North Carolina – that's over two decades wasted not eating it! Oh well. I'm making up for lost time whenever I have the opportunity.
Serious barbecue lovers will want an explanation of the Vinegar Sauce that makes Carolina barbecue so tangy, so tender.
To make your own Carolina Barbecue, you'll need to start with the right Carolina Barbecue Rub before adding the Carolina Barbecue Sauce (or you may want a recipe for Carolina Red Sauce) in order to make Carolina Pulled Pork or Piedmont Pulled Pork.
Read even more about Carolina Pulled Pork here.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Local Foods
The Raleigh-Durham area is rife with ice cream shops, local craft breweries, and plenty of places offering take-out of the justly famous North Carolina Barbecue.
Those looking to eat-in can stop by Big Ed's for southern classics made with local farm-fresh produce or take the Triangle Walking Food Tour.
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North Carolina Local Foods Resources
Find more great North Carolina local foods:Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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North Carolina Fisheries
That North Carolina coast is home to some delicious seafood. One way to get some for yourself is to join Walking Fish, a community-supported fishery operating in Raleigh-Durham.