Outer Banks Restaurants
Whether you are looking for burgers and fries, a traditional Outer Banks seafood dinner, a vegetarian meal, prime rib, ribs, asian, mexican, italian, or something truly extraordinary, there is a place on the Outer Banks for you. For a listing of the best the Outer Banks has to offer, visit the following Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce members on-line:
Don't feel like going out but prefer a quiet dinner at home? You will find items you will need at the following Outer Banks businesses:
Whether you are eating out or shopping at a retail outlet, always ask for NC Seafood! Outer Banks Catch is a partnership of Currituck, Dare, Hyde and Tyrrell Counties to help increase the demand for, add value to, and strengthen recognition of locally caught seafood. As a means of delivering an important food product for America, commercial fishing on the Outer Banks dates back centuries. Many families can trace 7th and 8th generation relatives to the local commercial fishing business. But sustainability of this industry in the 21st century has been tested by the ready availability of seafood from overseas.
The Outer Banks Catch marketing program helps consumers know which restaurants, seafood markets and other merchants provide locally caught seafood and provides information on the local commercial fishing industry. The initiative is supported by a grant from The Golden LEAF Foundation. For more information, visit www.outerbankscatch.com.
CommunityRestaurants.com is a website that was created to promote Independent Restaurants and Caterers by providing area residents and travelers with detailed information for making the decision to enjoy The Independent Experience™. Access the database by location or restaurant name and then narrow your search by type of restaurant and dining preferences.
Whether you choose to dine in, make arrangements for delivery, elect to take out, or require catering services, this site will help you select a Locally Owned Restaurant or Caterer that will entice you with unique menu selections, superior food quality, excellent service, and cater to your specific dietary needs.
1 LB Cooked Sweet Potatoes (steamed or boiled)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.Cool & peel sweet potatoes.Mix together sweet potatoes, brown sugar, biscuit mix & water.Combine ingredients thoroughly. (The mixture will be moister than regular biscuits.)Flour table. Roll biscuit mix to ½ inch thickness.Cut with a 2 ½ inch cutter.Place on greased sheet pan.Bake at 350 for 16-18 minutes. (The moist mixture does not allow the biscuits to rise a great deal. A mindful eye should be kept on the biscuits so they do not overcook.). Yield: 1 1/2 dozen
Fresh butterGlaze with a mixture of melted butter, brown sugar, and cinnamonStuff with country ham
Need Additional Information?
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