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Wine, Brew & Wishes Too!

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

     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.  

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

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

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.

Dog Days, Vol. III: A.W. Dawgs

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

By Patrick Graham

 

awd25I have never been a little brother.  I am the elder of my parents’ two children, and I have known many little brothers.  In my experience, it is not uncommon for the younger of the two to strike out on his own and strive to be nothing like his senior sibling, especially after taking a crack at emulating that big brother as a result of an innate sense of reverence.  Few role models present themselves as easily or more prominently early on in a boy’s life.

 

Such may be the case for the relationship between A.W. Dawgs and A.W. Shuck’s.  If you’ve been in downtown Charleston’s Market area for more than a half an hour, you probably know about A.W. Shuck’s.  The catchy name and better-than-average reviews have helped tourists find the usual sought-after seafood plates and plentiful outdoor seating, and the locals have been coming around for more than thirty years.  But just last month, the raw bar that included the storefront at 70 State Street was converted into a hot dog joint, and thus the transformation of the rebellious little brother was realized.

Dog Days, Vol. II: Perfectly Franks

on Wednesday, 25 July 2012. Posted in Follow This!, Magazine, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

PF12Dog Days.  The name is derived from the lingering appearance of the brightest star in the night skies of summer.  Sirius, the main attraction in the constellation Canis Major, or Big Dog, is a prominent throughout the days of June, July, and August.  It’s no coincidence that the hot dog gets a special place on summertime tables.  As cuisine has evolved to a high level in the Lowcountry, so has the hot dog.  I present you EatThisCharleston.com’s Dog Show.

 

Dog Days, Vol. II: Perfectly Franks

 

By Patrick Graham

 

Summerville is a bit off the beaten path for most people in the metro area, and it's not uncommon for me to have issues with a city's layout if I haven't been there that many times.  It's my own fault, as the Ville isn't that far, it has a cute little downtown, and it contains many little gems for one to discover if you look hard enough.  Perfectly Franks is one of those gems, and the layout issue I was alluding to is the "parking lot" along North Main.  Regulars of this famed hot dog joint are figuratively pointing and laughing at me right now, and some are actually pointing at their computer monitors or smartphones and laughing at their screen.  The stack of cars begins right in front of PF's main entrance and continues up the main drag, and as popular as this place is, I knew that an open 8 x 16 foot box of asphalt was going to be a bit of a challenge, even on an off Tuesday.  I eventually beat the odds and landed a spot directly in front of one of the most popular eateries in Dorchester County (my mother has "parking karma"...sometimes it works for me).

Dog Days, Vol. I: Skoogie’s Chicago Style Deli

on Friday, 13 July 2012. Posted in Follow This!, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

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Dog Days.  The name is derived from the lingering appearance of the brightest star in the night skies of summer.  Sirius, the main attraction in the constellation Canis Major, or Big Dog, is prominent throughout the days of June, July, and August.  It’s no coincidence that the hot dog gets a special place on summertime tables.  As cuisine has evolved to a high level in the Lowcountry, so has the hot dog.  I present you EatThisCharleston.com’s Dog Show.


By Patrick Graham

 

If there is one thing that the Second City brings to the dinner table every night, it’s delicious (albeit unhealthy) food.  Deep dish pizza may be the healthiest thing that Chicagoland can offer in the sense that it contains all four food groups if you play your cards right.  Sausage and its brethren with the last name of “Wurst” are popular items in the meat group in northern Illinois, so the fact that the area boasts a good hot dog or two should not be a surprise.  Skoogie’s Chicago Style Deli on Coleman Boulevard has brought Polish sausage and geographically

correct hot dog preparations to Mount Pleasant for a couple of generations now.

THE COASTAL CUPBOARD, WHERE THERE’S ALWAYS SOMETHING COOKING…

on Tuesday, 10 July 2012. Posted in Follow This!, Magazine, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

By: Kathleen Curry

IMG 1279When a local business becomes an indelible part of its community pretty quickly, it can be hard to look back and think they’re only 7 years old; it can be even harder to think how you all got along before they arrived.  This is the story of the Coastal Cupboard (CC), a kitchen supply store and cooking workshop in Belle Hall Shopping Center, off Long Point Road in Mount Pleasant.  I would be sorely missing out if I didn’t check in with them every couple weeks just to see well-designed, hard to find gadgets and décor my kitchen or a loved one’s kitchen may be missing.

 

Schonen Dank!, Charleston Beer Garden

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

IMG 0259by Chris West

 

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.

 

CAROLINA CREOLE, HOT AND SWEET AS A LOWCOUNTRY SUMMER

on Tuesday, 22 May 2012. Posted in Follow This!, Magazine, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

Creloe ProductBy: Kathleen Curry

 

     What is the perfect complement to freshly caught Lowcountry shrimp this May? Carolina Creole (CC) sauces, a South Carolina Certified product and a Luquire family tradition. CC makes lunch and dinner nearly effortless-- just five steps and it’s time to eat! 1. Cook the rice or grits, 2. Boil the shrimp, 3. Warm the sauce, 4. Pile the rice/grits, shrimp and sauce on a plate, 5. Serve!  Be forewarned, though: there will be little if any conversation. The back of every CC jar promises a ‘heads down meal’ because no one wan`ts to stop and talk until they’ve cleaned their plate. 

Keepers of the Hive

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

By Antonia Krenza & Laney Roberts 

Temperatures have been steadily rising as we march toward the sultry highs of summer. In many backyards around Charleston there has been another increase, one in decibels …

ROOTS ICE CREAM, A SCOOP OF THE LOWCOUNTRY'S BOUNTY

on Friday, 20 April 2012. Posted in Follow This!, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012, LOCAL Bites

by Kathleen Curry 

264664 10150218611422308_747747307_7329230_778834_n      Just in time for a Spring that has felt like summer, Roots Ice Cream is back at the Farmers Market. And how cool is it that, after one year in business, it has been recognized by Southern Living magazine as a "Summer in the South 2012" top pick among southern artisan ice creams?

COASTAL COFFEE ROASTERS, A CUP OF CULTURE AND COMMUNITY

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

Bold N Spicy

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

by Kathleen Curry  CMIX bottleandjar

The last decade has been a true Renaissance for the beer, wine and spirits industry here in Charleston. Charleston Beverage Company’s Charleston Mix aims to add to the locally made repertoire with their Bold n’ Spicy Bloody Mary Mix.  And they are off to a rousing start—Bold n’ Spicy is barely 2 years old and already a hit among local bartenders and an honoree of Garden & Gun Magazine’s  2011 Made in the South (MITS) awards.  In the words of Sean Brock, a past James Beard recipient and a MITS 2011 judge, “As soon as I tasted the mix, I could taste the hard work that went into developing the flavor. . .it’s no easy feat. He nailed it.”

April is EAT LOCAL Month!

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

Wine + Food Festival Experience

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

by Antonia M. Krenza and Laney Roberts

IMG 0323The 2012 BB&T's Charleston Wine and Food Festival is in its seventh vintage and, like the wine of a master vintner, it is only improving with each ensuing year. Named one of the Top Five Wine and Food Festivals in the U.S. by Forbes Traveler, it seems that this premier Charleston event has succeeded in its mission to garner national recognition for the culinary hotbed that Charleston has become. The festival, like the city itself, is a destination for locals and tourists alike.