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Burgers and Beer Challenge Nov. 12th

on Monday, 07 November 2011. Posted in Do This!, Eat This! Summer 2011

Thank you to all of those who attended the Burger and Beer Challenge for Autism on Saturday. The Peoples choice award for Best Burger goes to Sesame Burgers and Beer, and the Critics Choice Belongs to Eurasia. Best Beer belongs to Westbrook White Thai for both peoples choice and Critics Choice. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered and donated.


Food Fight Round 2 - Chef Jimi Hatt vs. Chef Landen Ganstrom

on Friday, 07 October 2011. Posted in Eat This! Fall 2011

Winner Landen Ganstrom

Here’s how the Eat This! Food Fight works: Two chefs square off by creating the same dish at our launch party (see page 45 for details) ~ Guests at the launch party conduct a blind taste test (the tasting is blind, not the tasters) ~ Afterward the guests will cast their vote based on taste and presentation ~ The winning chef will move onto round three ~  Each quarter is a new round and a fun-filled social for all of our readers.


on Thursday, 06 October 2011. Posted in Follow This!, Eat This! Fall 2011

At Sea With Captain Magwood

The glory days of the American frontier are long gone. The concept of the cowboy – the rugged individualist relying on wit and brawn to survive in untamed territories – has been immortalized on the silver screen and in the pages of Western novels. Of course, ranches and rodeos, 10-gallon Stetsons and snakeskin boots are still around today, but those iconic cowboys of yore have become increasingly difficult to find. Men and women alike long for that ideal, those John Waynes and Clint Eastwoods who once showed us that life can still be an adventure. Those cowboys are still around; it’s just a matter of looking in the right place.

The Tale of the Retail Tape

on Wednesday, 05 October 2011. Posted in Magazine, From The Tap, Eat This! Fall 2011

by Timmons Pettigrew

Finding craft beer is becoming less of a problem in the Lowcountry. Breweries and bars have been doing their part, but it’s time for the retail corner of the beer-buying triangle to get a little TLC. Though beer is a social beverage, you can’t discount the beauty of a fresh pour in the comfort of your home, with or without your rowdy friends. This is where your local bottle shop comes in.