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WHERE HAVE ALL THE COWBOYS GONE?

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 Legendary Flavors of Herbs Await You

on Wednesday, 05 October 2011. Posted in Follow This!, Eat This! Fall 2011

The magical lore and mystical legends about herbs are almost as compelling as their unique flavors and scents. You’ll notice a collection of herbs growing among the feathery ferns and bright flowers in window boxes along just about every street in downtown Charleston. 

Plating Terroir

on Friday, 01 July 2011. Posted in Follow This!, Eat This! Summer 2011

Shade - Sun - Slope - Soil. That’s an easy-to-remember, simplification of terroir. The concept, however, is more complex than climate and geology. It encompasses a unique sense of place — of cultural history, viticultural practices, and the passion of the people making the wine. Yes, terroir is THE ubiquitous wine term.