Epiphany in Europe: Sweetness to Share by Rick Steves

France, not surprisingly, celebrates Epiphany in an edible way. For several days from Christmas until the Feast of Epiphany, the French line up at bakeries to buy the galette des rois — the “Cake of Kings.” They bring these to dinner parties, and enjoy them as snacks and with mid-afternoon tea. The tradition of the treats dates back to the 14th century [ . . .  ]

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The 7 tastiest (and most Instagram-worthy) cheese and charcuterie boards

A nicely designed plate of cured meats, luscious cheeses, snappy fruits and specialty mustard has become a standout menu item at several Charlotte restaurants. Here are seven tasty (and Instagram-worthy) charcuterie boards in the Queen City from $7 to $60. (1) Cheese & Charcuterie Board at The Cellar at Duckworth’s 330 North Tryon St. Price: [ . . . ] See More at: The 7 tastiest (and most Instagram-worthy) cheese and charcuterie boards