From Henry’s Kitchen: Shrimp and shrimp tacos

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June 2013 By Henry Schliff Since people in the United States con­sume more shrimp than any other kind of sea­food and be­cause Ocracoke is blessed with...

Clam chowder at waterfowl festival will benefit Ocracoke Child Care

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Clam chowder will be on the menu during the Ocracoke Waterfowl Festival Saturday, April 20, as the Clam Chowder Cook-off is revived.The seafood specialty will be available in the all-purpose room of the Ocracoke School gym and island cooks will try their hands at creating traditional and non-traditional soups.

Sunflower seeds: simple gifts for healthful eating

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By Henry Schliff      Sunflower seeds are the gift of the beautiful sunflower that has been cultivated for its ornamental beauty and culinary uses for...

Teas for all palates in Moonraker Tea Shop

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here Editor's note: This story was first published in the September 2018 Ocracoke Observer and is...

From Henry’s Kitchen: Fish cakes

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May 2013 By Henry Schliff It was love at first bite when I tasted my first fish cake at a small breakfast restaurant on the island...

Pre-Christmas feast tomorrow at the Berkley Barn

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The Ocracoke community is invited to a special post-church feast that fits right into the Ocracoke seafood milieu tomorrow (Sunday) at the Berkley Barn.

Health and Wellness: Chocolate, a health food?

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October 2013 By TL Grace West Those of us who adore chocolate are pleased with more and more re­search showing health benefits of eating chocolate: especially...

Ocracoke Fig Festival roars back after pandemic pause

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here By Richard TaylorSee slide show at the end. The charm of PBS celebrity...

Henry’s Kitchen: Questions, answers on buying fish on Ocracoke

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Henry's Kitchen August 2011 By Henry Schliff Questions: What fish are caught locally? When are they available? What are some good cooking methods? Bluefish: A dark meat, full-flavored...

Health benefits of homemade chicken broth

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By Henry Schliff In mid-eighteenth century France, travelers would stop at inns to rest for the night. Eventually, innkeepers began doling out bowls of broth...