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QO A Side of Nutritious Next is the mack daddy 42 Pelican Drive WRIgHtSVILLe BeACH This property sits on a large soundfront lot, landscaped for privacy and security. Private dock can accommodate four boats. Inviting chef’s kitchen, open to waterfront dining and living areas. Five bedrooms, each with its own private bath and walk-in closet. $3,950,000. Private showings only. Call Margaret. 117 Cypress Avenue South Harbor Island, WB   10 Marina St A-5 Wrightsville Beach Waterfront unit may be upfitted for home or office, and is uniquely situated on the docks at Wrightsville Beach Marina. Plans and finishes available for preview onsite. Call Margaret today for a showing.  $599,000 Margaret Collins • Owner/Broker in Charge — 910-617-1154 • margaret@pierhousegroup.com Cindy Vach • Broker/Partner — 910-622-5023 • cindy@pierhousegroup.com Jan Brewington • Broker — 910-612-6941 • jan@pierhousegroup.com Melissa Stilwell • Broker — 910-232-0931 • melissa@pierhousegroup.com Jill Painter Morris • Broker — 704-806-6385 • jillpainter@pierhousegroup.com 88 WBM november 2015 Comfort Food of all sides: mac and cheese. When feeding a gluten-free vegan who says “no thanks” to noodles and “no cheese, please,” this mac no cheese may seem like an impossible feat. Chef and baker Allison Pastore from Wilmington’s Lovey’s Natural Foods and Café has the solution. She prepares her Good Karma Mac with gluten-free elbow macaroni and two flavors of Daiya — a delicious dairy-free alternative to cheese. By incorporating her standard mac and cheese seasonings, like tangy Dijon mus-tard and a hearty sprinkling of paprika, she preserves this decadent dish’s familiar flavors. Her other twist on this traditional side: fresh cauliflower, sweet grated carrots, and crunchy bell pepper that sneak in a little nutrition along with an unexpected crunch. A tip for smooth serving: cut this dense dish into lasagna-like squares for effortless pan-to-plate transportation. Can’t find Daiya? Head to Whole Foods for a container of Kite Hill. Their plant-based products are dairy-free and come in a variety of flavors and spreads. Renovated in 2008 with open floorplan, updated plumbing, electrical, HVAC and encapsulated crawl space. Large kitchen and master. White picket fence and a backyard tiki bar for entertaining under the stars. $610,000 A Real Estate Sales and Consulting Firm 10 Marina St. A-4, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 With so many substitution options on hand in markets today, throw-ing together a holiday feast to satisfy everyone’s needs is easier than it seems. For nut allergies, sunflower or pumpkin seeds offer a similar crunch. Exchange butter for coconut oil and applesauce for eggs. Lose the lactose for almond or soy milk. savor — guide to food & dining on the azalea coast


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