The Very Best Way to Cut Corn off the Cob
Forget about bowls and bundt pans (seriously?!). Don't bother standing a cob on one end and watching the kernels scatter across the counter onto the floor as you try to avoid cutting off a finger. Watch as we lay down some knowledge with Sun Basket's no-mess, genius tip for cutting corn off the cob.
Try it yourself when you make our Fresh Corn and Black Bean Tacos with Cojita Cheese.
Great American Road Trip
Fourth Stop—North Carolina.
How you define North Carolina-style barbecue depends on where you’re from. The one thing that's not up for debate is that pork is the indisputable king of 'cue. The cut, how the meat is cooked, and what's in the sauce are hotly contested from one side of the state to the other. Which one is the true North-Carolina-style barbecue? We're staying out of that fight.Read more
North Carolina Cherry Soda
Any Tar Heel will tell you that Cheerwine is the drink of choice to go with North Carolina barbecue. First made exactly one hundred years ago, this soft-drink is one soda maker’s response to sugar rationing during World War I. Working out of a former whiskey distillery, L.D. Peeler found that he could make a sweet soda with less sugar by using cherry flavoring, and Cheerwine was born.Read more