Justin Warner, Season 8 winner of Food Network Star, showcases his ambitious and unique menu at Do or Dine. Expect the unexpected with dishes like foie gras donuts and nippon nachos.
Justin Warner, host of Rebel Eats, learns that for good old-fashioned moonshine, nothing beats good old-fashioned methods dating back to the Civil War. Short Mountain Distillery in Tennessee makes small-batch moonshine using organic corn milled on site and pure cane sugar for the alcohol.
With a name like "Ultimate Ice Cream" you know the ice cream has to be the best. As Rebel Eats host Justin Warner learned, the flavors at this cozy ice cream shop constantly change but remain local and organic. Try for yourself with crazy combos like buchi kombucha or the seasonal favorite: pumpkin.
You can do more than bowl here: Follow Justin Warner’s lead and take your meal by the jar. One savory version layers pulled pork, Southern slaw and baked beans in a Mason jar. For a sweeter treat, try the Lane Buster: This chocolate-coated jar is packed with brownies, ice cream and chocolate sauce.
As Justin Warner discovered on Rebel Eats, Foothills Farm and Butchery practices only sustainable production methods. That means no hormones, antibiotics or fillers in any of their great-tasting pasture-raised beef, pork or chicken.
This four-time Beer City USA winner also boasts accolades as being a North Carolina favorite. On Rebel Eats with Justin Warner, Pisgah showed off the works. Whether it's the famed Benton's Bacon Stout, made with smoked bacon, or the signature Pisgah Pale, it's all local, organic craft brews.
As one of the owners of Boone Seafood, Howell Boone specializes in all things sturgeon, including sturgeon caviar. Along with sturgeon, Howell shared his love of jellyfish with Justin Warner on Rebel Eats. Boone began catching jellyfish because it is delicious and also a delicacy in Asian cooking.
Situated at the Rocky Mountain Gateway with spectacular mountain views, Trailhead Restaurant serves classic Americana cuisine. Justin Warner visited on Rebel Eats and if you plan to do the same, make sure to fill up with a Trailblazer Burger or some Trailhead Corn Pudding before hitting the trails.
Few can say they fry their burgers, but even fewer can say they fry their burgers in 100-year-old grease. But as Justin Warner of Rebel Eats found out, Dyer's can claim both. The "Vitamin G" (strained daily) is the key to the juicy burgers that come with cheese, but definitely no lettuce or tomato.