In the December 2013 issue of Southern Living, Sara Foster contributed her delicious New Year’s Day brunch recipes. Click here for the recipes from the article.
This time of year in North Carolina our farmers’ market is overflowing with ripe Heirloom tomatoes. Some of my favorite varieties of tomatoes are German Johnson, Pineapple, Green Zebra, Sun Golds, and Zebra Cherries. Here in the Market, we love using Heirloom tomatoes. Local farms- such as Bluebird Meadows– provide many of the tomatoes we use. This weekend […]
Charleston, South Carolina is a foodie’s Mecca, among other things. I recently revisited this Low Country oasis to take a food photography course with Helen Dujardin (to become a better blogger) and found myself falling in love with the area all over again. The city is filled with outstanding restaurants that are on everyone’s list, […]
Last July when it was about 110 degrees outside we were roasting Turkeys ( yes, more than one turkey) at my home in Durham with the crew from Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. We spent three days cooking, styling, photographing and video taping Thanksgiving. Hope you enjoy the article and try some of the recipes […]
My New book Sara Foster’s Southern Kitchen is available nationwide April 5th. It’s been two years since I started working on it for publication. The time has gone by so quickly, I can’t believe it’s finally here. I thought I would share with you some of the behind the scenes insight of making a cookbook. […]
Here is a great piece written by one of our regulars, Brett Webb-Mitchell. Cafe Culture: A Return to Bohemia By Brett Webb-Mitchell There are those of us in Chapel Hill and Carrboro who remember when the Bohemian society was well established in this Southern oasis. Carrboro-ites ordained themselves the “Paris of the Piedmont,” and Chapel […]