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August/September 2018

  August/September 2018   The Food Issue 50 | A Taste of Chatham Seven local chefs tell us where they love to eat 60 | Remembering Mama Dip Chapel Hill’s legendary chef grew up – and found her calling – on a Chatham farm 64 | Chef’s Table We asked four chefs: “You’re invited to …

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Remembering Mama Dip

Remembering Mama Dip Born and raised in Chatham, she became one of the South’s culinary icons By Matt White | Photo by briana brough Mildred Council, known to generations who ate her cooking as Mama Dip, died in late May in Chapel Hill. She was among the most celebrated chefs of traditional Southern cooking, which she …

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Plays: Past, Present

Plays: Past, Present Pittsboro playwright’s latest is a ‘North Carolina fable’ of inequality By Holly West | Photography by Savannah Shaney If you saw “Leaving Eden” on the PlayMakers Repertory Company stage in April, the play’s setting in a small North Carolina town might have seemed familiar. That’s because its author, Pittsboro resident Mike Wiley, …

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A Taste of Chatham

A Taste of Chatham Our county’s restaurateurs, cooks and foodies share their fave local dishes, drinks and more Compiled By Matt White | Photography by Beth Mann John Cappelletti  executive Pie Man at Capp’s Pizzeria & Trattoria Says you’ve got to try: Postal Fish Company’s smoked North Carolina fish spread for an appetizer; fresh, local …

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