Barefoot Days at Pawleys

In my experience, crabbing always had more action than surf fishing. Plus, the marsh seemed more scenic.
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Swirl, Sip, Savor

Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life’s…
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A Taste of the Tropics

Visitors to the lush, tropical island of Jamaica are instantly caught up in the pulsating rhythm of daily life.
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R.O.M.E.O.

Peter Graham, Ed.D. ate dinner at the McCutchen House for the first time 28 years ago while being recruited by the University of South Carolina to develop the curriculum and teach in the new Department of Sports and Entertainment Management.
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Party Palates

The holidays are all about entertaining and, of course, feasting on comforting dishes.
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Biscuits Are on the Rise

When fresh-baked biscuits are passed at the Southern dinner table, guests are cordially invited to “take two and butter them while they’re hot.”
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Seasoned Traditions

Every cook, it seems, has a secret. Maybe it’s a special way to beat eggs that creates a perfectly fluffy but toothsome yellow cake every time.
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From the Field to the Jar

People often dream of turning a fun hobby into a profitable business.
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Retro Recipes

Great changes entered the world of cooking in the 1950s. The growth of supermarkets allowed for simplicity and ease in the kitchen, contrasting the complex process of cooking during the 1930s and 1940s.
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Pre “Pairing” Wine for Dessert

It’s holiday time, which means multiple course spreads followed by decadent desserts.
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CMM Picks

Since 1990, Columbia Metropolitan Magazine has brought an array of culinary creations to the Midlands through photography and recipes that showcase the mouth-watering allure of Southern cuisine.
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