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Mama Dip Knows Best


“Y’all open?” The white man who poked his head in the door of Dip’s Country Kitchen on a November Sunday morning back in 1976 couldn’t have known he’d be the first of thousands and thousands, the first to discover what Mildred “Mama Dip” Council could do on her own. (Chapel Hill Magazine)

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