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Updated by heywoodparkcafe on Jan 29, 2018
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​The Tastiest Tar Heel State Treats

So that you know what to look for, we’ve highlighted some of the tastiest treats in the Tar Heel State. When you’re eating out in Asheville, first check to see if the following items are on the restaurant’s menu. If they are, we suggest ordering them.

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North Carolina's Signature Dishes

If you’re trying out any of the amazing Asheville lunch places looking for the best lunch in Asheville, NC, there are certain signature North Carolina dishes you’ll want to keep an eye out for because they certainly won’t leave you disappointed

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Lexington-Style BBQ

Anyone who knows anything about barbecue would tell you that when differentiating between the different types it’s all about the sauce. In Asheville and most of North Carolina, you’ll mostly find Lexington-style barbecue, which has a vinegar-based sauce that is tangier that other types of barbecue sauces.

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Peach Cobbler

Did you know that North Carolina is ninth in the United States when it comes to peach production? That makes for some fine peach cobbler constantly being made throughout the state. Fresh peaches right from the farms are used to make this delicious dessert, which can be found on almost any menu in North Carolina.

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Fried Green Tomatoes

This dish is a summertime favorite all across the south but it is particularly popular in North Carolina. This is a popular meal at most diners and it usually comes served dredged in cornmeal and fried to a crisp

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Biscuits and Gravy

Another staple of southern cuisine, biscuits and gravy are virtually a substitute for toast in North Carolina. Asheville’s Biscuit Head is renowned for their hot, fluffy biscuits that come smothered in savory gravy.

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She-Crab Bisque

Blue crabs are plentiful off the Carolina coast, and they are used to make one of the state’s most iconic seafood dishes. She-crab bisque is a mixture of fish stock, crabmeat, cream and sherry. It is often finished with fish roe, which gives it a golden color.