What is it that you Crave, Clt? As restaurants reopen in the Queen City, we are all asking the same question. Where can we go
Quicker than Cupid’s arrow, Heidi Billotto here, with a rundown of several creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s 2020 with a variety of local hearts, chocolate
I am still reeling from all the fun this week as the 2019 NCRLA Chef Showdown celebrated its grande finale on Monday Sept 30, 2019
Time for an update on the North Carolina Culinary Competition of the year – the 2019 NCRLA Chef Showdown! This month marks the next phase
Plan a day trip or maybe an overnight adventure, for the annual “Tea with Seagrove Potters” August 10, 2019 from 10am-5pm. Summer seems like the
Time for the fourth annual NCRLA Chef Showdown. Call your food-centric friends, mark your calendars and save the date. Stay tuned for updates as the
This time last week I was working on my first Charlotte Restaurant Week post for the Summer of 2019. Now, as I write on Thursday
Its time to raise your glass and say Cheers to Queens Feast. Make plans now to celebrate summer at Charlotte’s largest dinner party. It all
Springtime in Charlotte means there are so many great things to do that it could make your head spin. But, have no fear, I’m here to help narrow it down with a few suggestions all part of this Springtime edition of Nibbles & Sips at HeidiBillottoFood.com
Get set Charlotte, its time to plan for an evening of Sweet Escapes! Let Food writer, Heidi Billotto take you through the menu of the chocolate-ty goodness offered at the annual Sweet Escapes fundraiser, scheduled for this Saturday evening April 13 at 7 pm.
Everyone loves a meatball. Could be all beef, could be vegetarian, could be chicken or turkey. No matter the core ingredients, the mention of a meatball is always a crowd pleaser. Read more to see how meatball mania is a part of Heidi Billotto’s On the Farm classes this spring season!
With 137 different participating restaurants in Queen’s Feast 2019, there are lots of choices to be made. Read as Food and Restaurant writer, Heidi Billotto shares a few of her favorites with photos, menu suggestions and a video, too!
And just like that we find ourselves in the middle of January 2019. Let Charlotte food writer, Heidi Billotto guide you as you hone your dining out plans for Charlotte Restaurant Week, Winter Queen’s Feast 2019.
And just like that, your holiday baking got even easier! Save the date for an All-Star Bake Sale featuring 20 of Charlotte’s best bakers and
Eat Local, Drink Local This October If you haven’t already given it a read, check out my October Eat Local, Drink Local blog post, “Salamis to Stock:Five
Mark your Calendars… it’s all happening October 17-20 in Chapel Hill, NC! TerraVita, a celebration of sustainable Food & Drink , now in its ninth year, is one of North Carolina’s most extraordinary food festivals. Let Heidi Billotto tell you what its all about and why you need to be there!
Let’s plan to have some fun and get cooking. We are excited to share this list of all new Cooking Classes for September, October and
Mark your calendars and save the date of August 27, 2018. At 5:30 that evening a remarkable annual culinary event, the third annual NCRLA Chef
As a food writer and blogger, I eat and drink a lot – research, don’t you know. On my food-centric travels there are always stops
Tell Them Heidi Sent You! This June edition of Nibbles & Sips offers lots of ways to eat and drink local this month in the
Springtime in Charlotte never leaves a void for things to do and this weekend is no exception, with lots of food and drink-centric events happening
The early Springtime events calendar for Charlotte, North Carolina is alway packed full and this year is no exception. Despite the unusual dip in the
Anyone can cook, let Charlotte Culinary Expert, Heidi Billotto show you how to make it fun!! Each of my cooking classes classes include the preparation
I love shopping at farmers’ markets and eating local. For those of you who have read the stories I share on these digital pages, or
This Tuesday August 15 2017 would have been Julia Child’s 105th birthday. I invite you to join me in celebration at my annual In Honor
Plant ’em in the spring eat ’em in the summer, All winter without ’em’s a culinary bummer…
I come to you today on the heels of three days in Knoxville, Tennessee. First at the Southern Food Writing Conference and then at the
Three Cheers my friends! A early May trip to the Rowan County Museum in Salisbury provided my inspiration for this post written in celebration of
Its a little heart-shaped kiss of everyone’s favorite seasonal sweet… and its on my list of “Things That Make You Go Mmmmmm…“ Whether you are
Agriculture is by far the largest industry in the state of North Carolina. And when I say agriculture, I’m not just talking produce, but proteins