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Make the Ryder Cup’s Sticky Wings at home

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We’ve given you the recipes to our Deconstructed Pork Nachos and two different types of hummus, but we saved the best for last: Sticky Wings.

Instead of fighting the crowds, make your own wings for Super Bowl Sunday.

Our recipe includes cooking the raw wings in Italian dressing to enhance flavor and tenderness. The glaze is sweet, tangy and absolutely delicious.

We think the wings taste best served with our dipping sauce, but we’ll let you be the judge.

If you missed the nacho and hummus recipes, you can find them in our archives.

Don’t feel up to making these this weekend? Stop by the Ryder Cup Lounge and let us do the work.

Note: Click the recipe to enlarge for better viewing.

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Remembering Payne

It is January 30, 2015. Payne Stewart would’ve been 58 years old today.

We miss Payne here in Pinehurst every day. We also honor and remember him every day.

Clearly, we are not the only ones.

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Below, you will find much of everything we have done on this site about Payne Stewart, from feature stories to videos.

We miss you, Payne.

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Paul Wahlberg rocks Pinehurst hat on “Wahlburgers”

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It looks like Paul Wahlberg is a fan of Pinehurst No. 2. 

The older brother to famous Mark and Donnie donned a Pinehurst No. 2 hat during the most recent episode of the A&E reality series “Wahlburgers.” 

He wears the green cap during his time in Las Vegas, where he was scouting a new location for their restaurant also called  “Wahlburgers.”

The eldest Wahlberg is the restaurant’s executive chef and the star of the show, but Donnie and Mark appear regularly.

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50th wedding anniversary brings couple back to Pinehurst

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Mike and Nancy Law board a horse-draw carriage in front of the Carolina Hotel. The couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday.

By Sarah Campbell

When Mike and Nancy Law started making plans for their 50th wedding anniversary, they didn’t have to look far to find a place to celebrate.

The Raleigh couple knew it had to be Pinehurst.

After all, they spent their brief, but memorable honeymoon here. The pair wed in between semesters – Mike was attending North Carolina State University and Nancy was a student at East Carolina University.

“We only had a few days, so we knew it had to be somewhere close,” Mike said. “Neither of us had ever been to Pinehurst, but we knew it was a great resort.

“It turned out to be a wonderful place.”

For their golden anniversary, Nancy figured the couple would travel to Pinehurst for a nice dinner at the Carolina Dining Room.

But Mike knew the occasion called for a bigger celebration.

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Add the Ryder Cup’s hummus to your party

 

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Can’t get enough hummus? Neither can we. 

It always starts with an innocent trip to fetch the hummus from the fridge. Then you have to decide what you’ll use to devour the creamy dip. Carrots, celery and sweet bell peppers are good, healthy options, but pita chips always seem to catch our eye. The crunch of the chip combined with the savory flavor of the hummus makes for a snack that’s nearly impossible to put down.

Last week, we gave you the recipe for the Ryder Cup Lounge’s Deconstructed Pork Nachos in preparation for the Super Bowl Sunday. If you want to give your guests a more figure-flattering option consider whipping up a batch of the restaurant’s hummus.

Red pepper is a popular flavor, but have you ever tried truffle hummus? Consider making a batch of each. Those who love the classic red pepper dip will have something to munch on and more adventurous eaters will be impressed with your unique creation.

Sounds like a win-win.

Note: Click on the recipe to enlarge for better viewing.

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