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The Low Down on our Local Farms

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

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.


Just Another Burger? HoM Don’t Play That

on Tuesday, 24 April 2012. Posted in LOCAL Bites, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight

By Patrick Graham

homfront As all foodies know, a chef’s path on the road to becoming the general of the back of the house takes a little while:  culinary school, externships, staging, making one’s way up the ladder working various stations in the kitchen, to sous chef, and then taking the reins as executive chef.  And that’s the Reader’s Digest version.

My point is that once you get to the top of the mountain, the view can be nice, but it’s not always what is regarded as true happiness.  I met Shay MacDonald when he was his brother’s sous chef at one of Kiawah’s many multi-diamond locations.  The resort is very nice, but very corporate, which is to say that creativity can be limited by product availability, food cost, and, ultimately, the will of the patrons on the property.  



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

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?

Come for the tapas, stay for the paella

on Monday, 16 April 2012. Posted in LOCAL Bites, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight, Eat This! February 2012

Helen and Morty would have come for this paella

By Patrick Graham




  When "The Raincoats" episode of Seinfeld appeared on America's televisions in 1994, paella wasn't really on my radar.  The reason why it was cemented there after that was because of a certain quote in the script, something that happened some regularity due to the show's brilliance. 

"What am I supposed to do with all this paella??!!"

George's mom sounded ridiculous when she complained about her sudden glut in the Spanish seafood stew department, a situation that came about when Jerry's parents blew off a dinner engagement at the Costanzas' house.

More on paella later.


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

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.

Carla Bakes of Avondale - Carla Walker baking up Nostalgia with a Twist in Avondale

on Friday, 06 April 2012. Posted in LOCAL Bites, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

Carla Walker is the owner and operator of CarlaBakes, a business fresh out of the oven and already a hot success.  Holy City cookies, gluten-free cinnamon rolls, and oatmeal cream pies are just some of her instant classics. In February, CarlaBakes participated in the first ever Charleston Food Truck festival; in March, the Lowcountry Artist Market downtown, and just a week ago, the Makers’ Market at Mixon in Park Circle.