It's a darn shame none of them are in North Carolina.
Food and Drink
Probably more than you want to know. Short answer: maybe.
"But for you, it means eating that whole bag of Cheetos is totally ok. Because science."
A writer for the very Liberal Slate has a breathtaking revelation:
To work your way through the Allrecipes hall of fame, Julie & Julia–style, is to be confronted with an obvious truth: Most people are far more concerned with convenience and affordability than authenticity or novelty.
Who knew? What will those crazy backwater rubes think of next??
Sign me up for almost all of them.
Useful review of recent "metacookbooks".
That would be Ikea.
Many people may not know that every Ikea location has its own full-service restaurant.
In addition to serving iconic Swedish meatballs, the restaurant offers numerous dishes served in an elevated cafeteria style with a Swedish twist.
"Since analytical instruments are able to pick up increasingly smaller concentrations, many crops have detectable residues yet no significant risk."
Sadly, the closest one to me on this list is about a 4.5 hours drive.
Not too surprising: Brooklyn and New Haven top the list, and there aren't any in NC. (But that's OK: you come to Dixie, you don't expect good pizza.)