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Eat This Fall! 2012

Land v. Sea Dinner Nov 3rd, 2014. Feat. Chef Sean Park

on Tuesday, 08 October 2013. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Do This!, LOCAL Bites

You shouldn’t need an excuse to dine with Chef Sean Park. But, if you are looking for one, look no further. Chef Brannon Florie, of the Rarebit will be teaming up with Park to create a 5 course, 10 dish, beer and sake pairing dinner at Kanpai. The theme will be Land and Sea, a collaborative effort between the culinary duo.  Florie, a loyal proponent of Chef Park, is promoting this dinner to let people know that Sean is still cooking in Charleston.

Traveling by Palate The Food of Venice with Dick Bosstick

on Sunday, 11 November 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Follow This!, LOCAL Bites

Traveling by Palate

The Food of Venice with Dick Bosstick

by Laney Roberts

Dick Bosstick is a chef who takes his life experiences and plates them for his guests. At Butcher & Bee’s Pop Up DInner last Sunday, he served the year he spent in Venice to those (surprisingly few but) fortunate people who attended. I have traveled to Venice and tasted its spirit in the Bellinis and Carpaccios of Harry’s Bar, but only now in Charleston have I tasted it more intimately. His menu offered two choices in each course. My desire to sample it all made me wish I was not dining alone.

How To Travel 900 Miles In Three Steps

on Sunday, 11 November 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight, LOCAL Bites

Mac’s Place takes you from the Peninsula to the North Side in record time

 

By Patrick Graham

 

IMAG1379Fourteen years ago, I was in Joliet, Illinois visiting my grandmother when I had some free time.  I mean free time, like the whole day free time.  I decided to pull a Ferris Bueller and head up I-55 into downtown Chicago because I had never done it of my own free will.  I decided to do Chicago.  It was a Sunday, so not much was going on.  It was late March, so the Cubs were still in Arizona, the Bulls were on the road, and the Bears were sleeping off a 4-12 season.  St. Patrick’s Day had come and gone, and the forecast was a 100% chance of gray.  These conditions, however, did not sway my determination to go see what I wanted to see since I was about fifteen or sixteen: the inside of an Irish pub in the Second City.  O’Callaghan’s on West Hubbard Street was the prototypical Mick joint of the day, with a long bar, wood floors, bar tables on the opposite wall, and the appropriate amount of televisions.  I was delighted and sad at the same time.  I believed that I had crossed off something on a relatively short bucket list, but I feared I would have to return to the 312 area code in order to experience it again.

Scrumptious Summerville Kitchen Tour 2012

Written by Robin Riebman on Tuesday, 16 October 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine

On Sunday October 7th, 2012 ten gracious Summerville residents opened their homes for the 10th Annual Scrumptious Summerville Kitchen Tour, a benefit for Children in Crisis in Dorchester County. Dozens of local businesses proudly sponsored the afternoon soiree while chefs from area restaurants doled out delicious bites from the kitchens of these gorgeous homes.

JACK HURLEY, LINKING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT, CLASSIC AMERICAN FOOD, AND THE MODERN PALATE

on Tuesday, 16 October 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Personalities, Magazine, Follow This!, LOCAL Bites

By: Kathleen Curry

 

jack headThe US fast food market wasn't always dominated by national franchises. If you were born in the 1960s or later, like yours truly, you haven't known it any other way. On a local scale, Jack Hurley of Jack's Cosmic Dogs (JCD) is determined to change that. 

 

Originally from Burlington, Vermont, Hurley has linked fixtures of his youth to the present for 11 with a hotdog stand and its ever-evolving menu. The original location is on Hwy 17 North, the other two are on Folly Road and Hwy 61. In 1991, Hurley moved to the Isle of Palms with his wife Priscilla, and sons Morgan and Skylar. Something sparked when he saw a roadside building off Highway 17 North."If a place ever looked like a hot dog joint, that was it." Its menu would feature homemade chili, freshly made coleslaw, longneck Nehi soda, hand-cut fries, soft serve ice cream, shakes, malts, moon pies, and draft root beer, in addition to hotdogs. Its interior would be a bright cheery diner with booths and two-seater tables, and wacky antiques from Hurley's personal collection, like a robot, a plastic tea set chandelier, a kids go cart, and rockets are inside and outside.  On another wall, next to a framed and autographed copy of a Men’s Journal article about JCD (more on that later), there’s a framed 1970 program for William & Mary Football team. Hurley played offensive end; he was coached there by the young Lou Holtz, Marv Levy, & Bobby Ross. ‘Years later, Hurley got a photo with Holtz, and Holtz autographed the program.  ‘Does Hurley see parallels between sports and entrepreneurship? He says, “Competitive sports develops a great work ethic, makes you want to win, and you develop ease with working all types of people to get that win.”  Outside, there’s a JCD authentic airstream trailer with rockets on top; it is used for catering events. Inside and out, the whole package blends well with a retro-style logo designed by Gil Shuler and animated hotdog paintings by Mario Valdes. 

Triangle Char and Bar: Try Finding a Spot, Then Try Everything

on Tuesday, 16 October 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight, LOCAL Bites

   tri3It’s tough to find parking in the Avondale district.  It just is.  An unfortunate truth, but it speaks to the vibrant nature of the area.  Few places on the Charleston map jam together such an eclectic mix of styles and tastes in a two-block radius, and right smack-dab in the middle you will find perhaps the most famous former gas station in West Ashley.

A year and a half ago, I was at Triangle Char and Bar, fulfilling an annual bucket list.  I have to make it at least once a year to that bustling outdoor café area for drinks and heavy hors d’oeuvres (kinda like urban tailgating).  The thing is, I never thought twice about returning with any more frequency than that, as Avondale Station (an avant-garde Cuban experiment) and a prototypical version of Triangle didn’t ask me to come back anytime soon as a result of some previous experiences.  

Wine, Brew & Wishes Too!

on Tuesday, 16 October 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Follow This!

     592322 186820651451538_444054174_nby Lauren Levine

Make-A-Wish South Carolina, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, and Mt. Pleasant joined together to bring an outstanding event to our town this past Saturday night. Over one hundred expressions of wine and six fantastic breweries stood side by side beckoning all to join in on the purposeful celebration. With all proceeds going to Lowcountry children with life-threatening illnesses, it was a proud function to be a part of.  

Wine, Brew & Wishes Too!

Written by Antonia M. Krenza on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Do This!

The charitable organization that grants kids the biggest favors they can think of is appealing to the over-21 crowd to help them raise money for their foundation. Mt. Pleasant's Memorial Waterfront Park on Henry Hallman Boulevard will be the site for a twilight tasting of wines from the Wine Shop. Debbie Marlowe from downtown Charleston's Lockwood Drive vino merchant is prepared to bring a heckuva lot of adult grape juice to this event — more than 100 bottles' worth. Marlowe and her staff has had plenty of experience in throwing tastings like these, as the porch adjacent to the Wine Shop has been the site of weekly offerings for some time now, and the shop recently celebrated its seventeenth anniversary. Come taste dozens of wines that will include some of the favorites from previous outings, like the southern French selections (Bonjour, y'all!), the wines of Tuscany, and dry rosés from around the world.

Eclectic Fare at ACME Lowcountry Cantina

Written by Robin Riebman on Monday, 24 September 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight

My first experience at ACME Lowcountry Cantina was just a pit stop with a friend for summer refreshments; a convenient and shady respite from the hot sun. The AC was on, the TV’s were tuned to sports and there was a Stormtrooper flag hanging on the ceiling… I knew we were in the right place. Our bartender poured us two SweetWater 420 pale ales and we started to make friends with the regulars. While we relaxed, I did some extra-sensory monitoring of a nearby plate of wings, which looked and smelled awesome. We left feeling recharged and I promised myself I’d be back to check out the food. This past week I did return, wondering what kind of dishes were on the menu. Every place I know called “ACME” is a bar with basic pub food. When I think of “lowcountry” I look forward to shrimp and grits and fried okra, and when I hear “cantina” I expect margaritas, burritos, neon signs and fiesta-ware.  ACME Lowcountry Cantina delivers all of those things, and despite two pleasant experiences, I have spent all week wondering how to endorse it.

SELLSFISH, THEY'VE GOT THEIR HEADS ON AND THEY'RE WORKING THEIR TAILS OFF PAUL GODBOUT KNOWS HIS FISH, AND HE TELLS NO ‘FISH STORIES’…

on Wednesday, 15 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight, Eat This! Summer 2012

By: Kathleen Curry

       251947 455551244476765_192050007_nOn a bustling Thursday morning in July, Paul Godbout, wife Marla, son Mike and adopted son Andy are getting ready for the Sellsfish weekend rush. Hour after hour, the boxes pour into the cutting room. They are immediately opened and inspected for quality. If they are up to muster, they are put in their designated freezers; if not, they are sent back. The phone is ringing off the hook about large orders for clams and shrimp. The store will clear through 1500 pounds of freight from now through the upcoming Sunday; Godbout says there’s a line of customers sometimes 25 deep. And not all of them live close by; they have customers from Kiawah and Mount Pleasant too. Godbout tells me they “are working their tails off” and “it's always like this around here, it never stops.”

Cumin Scented Confit Lamb Belly

Written by Josh Keller of Two Boroughs Larder 186 Coming Street on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Chef Recipes

Josh Keller grew up in North Eastern Pennsylvania. It is a place he would not exactly say has good food but the corners are lined with Irish bars, simple red sauce Italian restaurants and a tradition of family largely influenced by the Pennsylvania Dutch. While Josh did have an Italian grandmother who passed off hard rocks as gnocchi, his family was not a foodie family. Scrapple and grits were an every other day staple. It was not until he was older that he discovered the wonders of Pennsylvania cuisine including fries with brown gravy and corn beef hash.

Lemon Thyme Vodka Three-Way

Written by K. Culver of Mount Pleasant on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Reader Recipes

What better accompaniment to a quivering oyster on the half shell than ice-cold Vodka. K. Culver was inspired to create a light and uncomplicated cocktail that would not compete with the texture or taste of oysters.  Here is a simple recipe.  If you are feeling more adventurous, we invite you to create the cocktail as a granita. A spoonful of this intensely flavored ice keeps your oysters chilled and as it melts — pools in the shell to create an excellent pairing. And lastly, if you can channel your patience and allow the granita to melt in the half shell-viola — gourmet oyster shooter, a miraculous ménage a trois.

Southern Ground’s Table

Written by Antonia M. Krenza on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Do This!

What do you get when you put multiple, South Eastern chefs together at one event? One hell of a music festival, if you can believe it. In this case, one hell of a "Southern Ground Music and Food Festival" hosted by The Zac Brown Band and Daniel Island's Blackbaud Stadium.

Santi’s A Tale of Two Cities

Written by Antonia M. Krenza on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Dine or Dash

The original Santi's, on Meeting Street, has been around for quite some time. It took them opening their newest location, in Mount Pleasant, to reinvigorate my curiosity.  So, on a mission, I ventured out in the summer heat to the beloved Santi's on the South Side of the Ravenel.

Chasing Aphrodite Harvesting Nature’s Aphrodisiacs in Bull’s Bay

Written by Antonia M. Krenza & Laney Roberts on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Follow This!

Perhaps the myth of the oyster arose from the sea with the birth of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, beauty and sexual rapture. The goddess was said to have possessed the admiration of both gods and mortals. Her image has been immortalized in paintings, poetry and stone - most famously at the hand of Botticelli in the depiction of her birth, delivered from the waves upon a cockle shell. It is said that Aphrodite, also known as Venus in Roman mythology, held certain animals sacred, among them shellfish - mussels, clams and oysters.

Virgil Kaine Bourbon, the All-Inclusive Version

Written by Chris West on Wednesday, 29 August 2012. Posted in Eat This Fall! 2012, Bartenders

If simple desire is the mother of invention, then all Jake Johnson and David Szlam wanted was a good, stiff drink. Harkening back to the nights they would wind down after a long shift on the line, the former chefs set out to revisit their college love of a simple bourbon and ginger ale. And out of that simple desire, Virgil Kaine was born.