Eat & Drink

The Good Cooks of Robin Hood’s Kitchen

By Chatham Magazine | April 13, 2021

A simple idea about vegetable soup morphed into a nonprofit kitchen that’s cooked and delivered nearly 1,600 pounds of meals.

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Carrying On Gene’s Sweet Legacy

By Chatham Magazine | April 11, 2021

Gene Oldham’s dream – to recreate an early 1900s-style soda shop in downtown Pittsboro where friends and family could gather to celebrate – was a lifetime labor of love. He opened S&T’s Soda Shoppe, named after sons Steve and TJ, in 1997 and invited families to sit down and share […]

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All the Trimmings: Recipes to Try at Home This Holiday Season

By Chatham Mag Intern | December 11, 2020

Fresh new recipes to try this holiday season from the chefs and bakers behind O’Ya Cantina, 39 West Catering and Willy’s Cinnamon Rolls Etc.

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The 4 Best-Selling Sandwiches in Pittsboro

By Chatham Mag Intern | November 2, 2020

Find out which restaurants our readers chose as their favorite sandwich joints and what you should order when you visit!

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Discover Sustainable Seafood at a Farmers Market Near You

By Chatham Mag Intern | August 30, 2020

Family-owned fish market Hook & Larder introduces customers to local fresh seafood while preserving well-loved species for the future

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Five Summer Recipes to Make With the Kids

By Heather Johnson | July 27, 2020

Looking for recipes to do with the kids this summer? Local chefs share some of their favorite, kid-friendly summer recipes.

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On the Table: Moon Asian Bistro

By Hannah Lee | June 26, 2020

ZiYan Sit moved to New York City from Fujian, China, when he was 14. “The first day I came here, I stayed home,” he says. “Second day, my father brought me to the restaurant. I started to learn how to clean, check out, but I go to high school, too. […]

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Restaurants and Retail Shops Reopen in Chatham

By Amanda MacLaren | May 28, 2020

Some local businesses are reopening as regulations shift to Phase 2 of Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order. During Phase I, the order removed the distinction between essential and non-essential businesses. Retail businesses opened at 50% capacity and required customers to stand six feet apart, perform frequent cleanings, provide hand sanitizer when […]

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5 Farms and Stands to Visit for Local Strawberries

By Heather Johnson | April 22, 2020

It’s North Carolina’s sweetest season, and that means fresh-picked strawberries. Here’s how you to get your hands on some, safely.

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5 Best Bets for this Weekend

By Chatham Magazine | March 12, 2020

Compiled by Iyana Jones-Reese     Dining for Dollars – Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. – Pittsboro Elementary PTA hosts a fundraising event at Carolina Brewery. Five percent of all sales made will go to Pittsboro Elementary. Moncure Lions Fish and Chicken Fry – Saturday, 3 p.m. to 7 […]

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