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Southern Ground’s Table

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

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.

Sushi at New Heights in Mount Pleasant at Fuji Sushi Bar & Grill

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

By: Robin Riebman

 

photo 1-7Inventive dishes and fabulous service set Fuji Sushi Bar and Grill, in Mount Pleasant, apart from your average sushi bar.

 

After winding my way through a maze of a shopping center and walking through a small jumble of outdoor tables, I was caught off guard by the relatively chic décor inside Fuji Sushi. The majority of the surfaces are dark lacquered wood and the windows are covered with wooden screens and bamboo shades, yet the room seems light and cheery. The wooden shelves behind the bar create an attractive display for the generous selection of sake, wine and liquor. For sports fans or current Olympic junkies, the dining area and bar each have a flat screen TV, strategically placed in opposite corners of the restaurant. The atmosphere is casual enough for a quick lunch break, and classy enough to feel special on date night.

 

Southern Art Paired with Southern Food

on Tuesday, 10 July 2012. Posted in Do This!, From the Cellar, Eat This! Summer 2012

Take Pleasure in Charleston’s Most Celebrated Indulgences

– Southern Art Paired with Southern Food

 

Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association Presents Seventh Annual Palette and Palate Stroll - July 13, 2012

 

Laura Alberts_at_Wells_GalleryCHARLESTON, S.C. — The Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association (CFADA) will give you a chance to find out what special ingredients make Charleston the #1 travel destination in the United States! On Friday, July 13, 2012, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., take pleasure in the historic city’s finest indulgences on the Seventh Annual Palette and Palate Stroll, an evening dedicated to fine art, unique cuisine and wine.

Schonen Dank!, Charleston Beer Garden

on Thursday, 28 June 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, From The Tap, Follow This!, Eat This! Summer 2012

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This past weekend, Charleston Beer aficionados and brew novices alike converged on the banks of the Ashley for the inaugural Charleston Beer Garden—a celebration of all things beer, good food and community. Despite the soaring temperature; the day reinforced the fact that Charleston, simply put, loves a good festival.

 

There is something naturally attractive about an event that allows social drinking outdoors. At least for me, there is. So when given the opportunity to cover the first-ever pop-up beer garden in Charleston, it solidified faith that my editors know what type of writer they hired.

 

L.I.M.E. Local. Impromptu. Movable. Evening.

on Thursday, 24 May 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Eat This! Summer 2012

    

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L.I.M.E. Local. Impromptu. Movable. Evening.


     Charleston has a variety of pop-up dining options.  Eat This! recently attended a L.I.M.E. event to see what makes Chef and L.I.M.E.-creator Renata Dos Santos’ pop-up dining event different from all the rest.   


Guerrilla Cuisine Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner!

on Wednesday, 23 May 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Eat This! Summer 2012

By: Chris West

Firm rule: when I dine out, I never order "the chicken."

To me chicken is the ubiquitous home dinner protein that universally spans any and every multitude of cuisines. So when I found out that the Guerrilla Cuisine event I was about to attend was featuring chicken, I have to admit I approached the meal with a bit of trepidation. For novice foodies, Guerrilla Cuisine was one of the first underground dining experiences to hit the Lowcountry.

The Low Down on our Local Farms

on Wednesday, 25 April 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, LOCAL Bites

By:  Margaret Pitts

 

ianhurlock lowcountryfarms_eatthis-insertGrowing up in Charleston and now living here as an adult, I have been very fortunate to have spent a lot of time on Wadmalaw Island, playing in the tidal creeks, fishing, learning how to enjoy the marshes, then later as an adult, I commuted and worked for several years on John's Island. These places are so unique in their flavor and so beautiful, that I find myself thrilled when I get the opportunity to spend a weekend there. Wadmalaw is less than fifteen miles from Charleston, yet I feel like I am worlds away.

 


COASTAL COFFEE ROASTERS, A CUP OF CULTURE AND COMMUNITY

on Thursday, 12 April 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Follow This!, LOCAL Bites

By Kathleen CurrPhoto by Chrys Rynearsony


     Brad and Jacki Mallett of Coastal Coffee Roasters (CCR) invite you to a warm, inviting cup of community and the ultimate coffee experience just off North Main in Summerville.  Jacki says life is too short to drink bad coffee, so CCR is always in pursuit of the perfect cup.  Brad adds that coffee is one beverage that crosses barriers, bringing all kinds of cultures and people of all ages together. The CCR café features coffees from all over the world, roasted and bagged locally, in a cozy atmosphere brimming with activity. It also offers free wi-fi.

Home Grown Breakfast!

on Thursday, 12 April 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine

By:  Margaret Pitts

     Lowcountry Local First had teamed up with Our Local Foods and Thornhill Farm to create a fantastic breakfast. Offering two options, a vegetarian plate which consisted of Our Local Foods poached eggs with sweet potato hash and Ambrose Farms asparagus, and another option served a pork plate by Our Local Foods, with fried eggs, Geechie Boy grits, chorizo, mustard greens and ranchero sauce. Both plates came with a blueberry muffin whose blend and berries were donated by Thornhill Farms and from Blue Pearl Farm strawberries.

Local Beer; Local Bounty

on Thursday, 29 March 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, From The Tap, Eat This! February 2012

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Forget the balmy climate, public beaches and quaint charm that you always hear associated with why people love Charleston. While all of those are noteworthy facets of our little town, I love Charleston for a much simpler reason…


April is EAT LOCAL Month!

on Thursday, 29 March 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Follow This!, Eat This! February 2012

Lowcountry Local First is encouraging the Lowcountry to EAT LOCAL! in their Eat Local Month initiative for the month of April.  Eat This! Charleston  is joining the celebration of local food and businesses in launching a new editorial series dedicated to the salt of the earth, our Local talent.  Look for Local Bites! and visit us online at eatthischarleston.com for features on local businesses that rock our world.  Make the choice and Eat Local!   

“Bubbles Before Swine” Champagne and Charcuterie

on Friday, 16 March 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

By Laney Roberts

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Champagne needs no definition. Charcuterie, however, may need an introduction. Beginning in the 15th century, this craft was originally intended as a means to preserve meats before refrigeration. It has since developed into its own branch of cooking devoted to prepared meats (usually pork) in products such as bacon, sausages, pates, terrines and confit. The resultant flavors and textures make charcuterie plates a stimulating experience. That experience is elevated when paired with champagne.

Culinary Village - We Told You So!

on Friday, 16 March 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

By Antonia M. Krenza and Laney Roberts

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In our February issue we talked about strategizing your Wine and Food Festival experience and then we did just what we suggested. We did a walk-through of the Perimeter and the Culinary Village on the last day of the festival. Lucky for us, the rain abated and the sun shone. Armed with appetites and galoshes, we strode in …

 

The 2012 Chefs' Feast “The Irony of Eating for Hunger”

on Monday, 05 March 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

by Antonia M. Krenza and Laney Roberts

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Charleston is blessed with an abundance of tastes cultivated from both land and sea. As they have found their way to our plates over the centuries, the uniqueness and variety of these tastes have given the Lowcountry its own distinct flavor. This very flavor alone beckons food lovers from around the world to Charleston and lures talented and aspiring chefs to our restaurants. It is sobering to learn that, in the midst of our culinary plentitude, one out of four children here in the Lowcountry go to bed hungry each night.

On Sunday, February 26th, the staff of EAT THIS! had the great pleasure of attending the 13th Annual Chefs’ Feast. The event is a collaboration among the Lowcountry Food Bank and 32 distinguished chefs, providing 32 delectable bites, both savory and sweet, for attendees to enjoy. 

Taste of the Bridge Run

on Monday, 27 February 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

by Antonia M. Krenza and Laney Roberts

05If you ask Race Director Julian E. Smith III what makes the Cooper River Bridge Run special, he certainly would mention that the event is now 35 years in the running. Pardon the pun. He might also mention that the Cooper River Bridge Run, with its estimated 43,000 participants, is the 3rd largest 10K in the United States, 6th in the world. He might also speak of the fact that in the last five years the run has also become a philanthropic endeavor, helping to raise $350,000 for various causes such as The Susan G. Komen for the Cure — Lowcountry, MUSC Children's Hospital, The American Diabetes Association, Semper Fi Fund and The Lowcountry Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse. But there is an added twinkle in his eye when he talks of the race's uniquely staggered start, which releases wave upon wave of runners — 3000 to 5000 at a time — upon the streets of Mt. Pleasant.