Stop and Smell the Rosés

“A bottle of white, a bottle of red. Perhaps a bottle of rosé…
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Things Cooks Know

Knowing your way around the kitchen comes with a basic mastery of cooking techniques…
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All Things Fungus

“Nature alone is antique, and the oldest art a mushroom.” – Thomas Carlyle,…
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No Recipe? No Problem!

While few certainties exist in life, you can be assured that food is…
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Winter Wonders

A commitment to eating seasonally leads to a kitchen full of fresh ingredients,…
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Savory Suggestions: Mornay

Mornay is a French classic sauce that can be used to accompany various…
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The Lowly Cowpea

Charleston chef Sean Brock in his elegant James Beard Award winning cookbook, Heritage,…
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Yuletide Ewe

When did lamb become the black sheep of the dinner table? In 1912,…
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Savory Suggestion: Making Meatballs

Close your eyes and imagine a meal of meatballs. Their aroma calls from…
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Wild about Game

Many Southern families enjoy the long-storied pastime of hunting, a tradition that has…
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The Sweet Comforts of Fall

Autumn is never in a rush to arrive in South Carolina — it creeps…
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Culinary Fermentation

A happy accident of fermentation may have enticed the last hunter-gatherers of the Stone…
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