Here’s a sure-fire recipe that takes traditional French Toast and kicks it up a notch. Plus, with a little supervision, you can get the kids to do most of the work.
Hal Goodtree is the editor and publisher of CaryCitizen.com and FoodCary.com. He likes cooking, trying new restaurants and working edible plants into the garden.
Entries by Hal
Chicken and steak is great. I love my tilapia, tuna and tilefish, too. But where can you go for goat? The answer is Mawa in Morrisville.
Story and photos by Hal Goodtree Cary, NC – Crema is the thin layer of foam at the top of a cup of espresso. If you’re serious about your coffee, Crema Coffee in Cornerstone Plaza (corner of High House and Davis Dr) is just the place for you.
Story by Hal Goodtree. Photographs: Cheese Curds by Ross Grady, Brat Sandwich by Seth Swain and Leinenkugel by Brian Hechel. Cary, NC – This year’s Superbowl match between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers is epic in so many ways. Last week, we ran a recipe for Pittsburgh’s Famous Primanti sandwich. This week, […]
Story by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – The bubbly will be flowing on Friday night in Cary and across the world for New Years Eve. But whether you fancy Moet, a nice Cava or serene Prosecco, Champagne cocktails are all the rage.
When it comes to small town charm, you can’t beat Ashworth Drugs. With a soda fountain, lunch counter and a traditional standard of personal service, it’s like a step back to a friendlier, bygone era.
Cary, NC – When it comes to comfort food, Brigs can’t be beat. It’s a neighborhood classic at the corner of High House and Maynard in the Kroger (Maynard Crossing) shopping plaza. Think of Brigs as a gourmet/diner, if that’s not a contradiction in terms. At Brigs, it’s not.
Cary, NC – Readers of Go Local have asked us to mention Circus and now is as good a time as any. Circus has an old time, down-home charm you just won’t find in out-parcel chain restaurants.