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West Virginians find home away from home at Myrtle Beach bar
ERIN BECK | Gazette-Mail photos
West Virginians find home away from home at Myrtle Beach bar

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The marquee reads “West Virginia Rest Stop,” but the location is South Carolina.

At the

Roll reversal: Sheetz has change of heart on WV-made products
Roll reversal: Sheetz has change of heart on WV-made products

Convenience store chain Sheetz has reversed an earlier decision to drop West Virginia pepperoni roll bakeries for an out-of-state provider, following intense public outcry from customers in the state.

“We are committed to having a West...

West Virginians find home away from home at Myrtle Beach bar
West Virginians find home away from home at Myrtle Beach bar

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The marquee reads “West Virginia Rest Stop,” but the location is South Carolina.

At the ...

Community-supported agriculture produces satisfied customers
Community-supported agriculture produces satisfied customers

“You know the worst part about this?” Pam McDevitt joked Tuesday as she picked up her weekly load of produce. “The pressure to use up all this” — she gestured to the corn and cantaloupes and tomatoes —...

From the Kitchen: Quick, easy pizza surprisingly tasty

Looking to give you something quick and easy, today’s pizza is a snap to make, using a ready-crust and some slight toiling over opening a box of frozen scampi.

Before trying it, I would never have thought that a frozen scampi would have ...

Food Guy: Readers agree with Bricks & Barrels’ early grade

Anytime I review a local restaurant, I can bet on receiving a barrage of comments ranging anywhere from “you're so right” to “you're so out of your mind.”

Even if most fall in the “atta boy” range, there are ...

East End restaurant/bar Little India changing ownership
East End restaurant/bar Little India changing ownership

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The biggest accomplishment for Harish and Meena Anada has been succeeding where others have failed.

Over the past five years, the couple created and managed Little India, now one of the East End’s most well-...

WV native chef nearly survives getting ‘Chopped’
WV native chef nearly survives getting ‘Chopped’

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Mary Brent Galyean made it to the final round of Tuesday’s “Chopped Grill Masters” competition before she was “chopped” from the popular Food Network show.

The Charleston...

Counter Intelligence: Bowled over on a culinary ‘world tour’
Counter Intelligence: Bowled over on a culinary ‘world tour’

By April Hamilton

“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors.” — Terry Pratchett

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — People who venture away from...

Food Notes: July 26, 2015

Wine dinner

South Hills Market and Cafe, 1010 Bridge Rd., is hosting a wine dinner with Napa Valley winemaker Peter Franus on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The dinner will consist of seven courses. Each course will be paired with one of Franus’...

Recent rains give ’shroom lovers reason to cheer
Recent rains give ’shroom lovers reason to cheer

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It might sound hard to believe, but not everyone has been unhappy with the weather lately.

“I’m one of the few people who is like, ‘Yeah! Bring on the rain!’” said Nancy Ward,...

Bricks & Barrels off to a shaky (pricey) start

Catering to a similar clientele as The Block — reviewed here last week — Bricks & Barrels, behind Appalachian Power Park, also promises top-quality food and service enjoyed in an elegant atmosphere.

Sometimes it hits that mark,...

Judy Grigoraci: From the Kitchen — Homemade, just the way you want it

It probably looks like I’m on a quest to build a better mousetrap or reinvent the wheel by giving homemade versions of foods and beverages for which there are adequate boxed mixes and the already-prepared and bottled on the grocery shelves....

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