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Farmers and agricultural officials in western North Carolina are working to assess possible damage to fruit crops from this week's freezing temperatures.

A mighty secret has changed my Easter-ham prep forever: I cook it in the slow cooker, which frees up the oven for egg casseroles, roasted asparagus or whatever.

This quick take on a Chinese classic – Mu Shu Pork Wrap with Stir-Fried Bok Choy – cooks in just a few minutes in the same hot wok.

It’s time to plant tomatoes. If that wasn’t on your to-do list, consider adding it. Anyone can successfully grow tomatoes in just about any sunny space.

Bring a hat and a lifted pinky to the Charlotte Museum of History on April 27 for an English tea in the style of the show “Downton Abbey.”

Charlotte’s NoDa Brewing and 7 other N.C. breweries rack up medals at the World Beer Cup 2014 in Denver.

Recipes for homemade mayonnaise say you should use it within three days. I make my own and keep it sometimes for six weeks. What am I risking?

Just in time for Easter, cookbook author Michael Ruhlman explores all you can do with an egg in his latest cookbook.

Durham’s Matthew Lardie, a devotee of stir-fry expert Grace Young, leads one of several author-focused online cooking groups.

To mark the open of a bigger location in SouthPark that includes a cooking-class space, Sur La Table is putting its classes on sale for 99 cents through the end of May.

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