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Eat This! Summer 2012

Eat This! Summer 2012

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

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

    

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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.   


CAROLINA CREOLE, HOT AND SWEET AS A LOWCOUNTRY SUMMER

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

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. 

Honeysuckle Ice Cream

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

by Matt Frye of Roots Ice Cream
For many, including myself, honeysuckles are synonymous with childhood. Plucked from the vine and removing the base of the flower to reveal a drop of “honey”. Unfortunately, it is a flavor few have the time to enjoy anymore. 
Having seen multiple honeysuckle patches on John’s Island the ice cream was born. In turn, it was the first flavor to sell out. Many comments followed – all hearkening back to the same nostalgia for childhood and youth. A reminder of care free summers spent roaming the neighborhood or exploring in the woods after school. 
When was the last time you ate a honeysuckle? If it has been a while go find some – they are just as good as they used to be.

Honey Fried Chicken

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

by B. Lover of Wadamalaw Island

Nothing beats lovin’ like some fried chicken. As the summer months approach, this is a great dish for any BBQ. You can purchase local honey at Savannah Bee Company on King Street downtown or at any of our local Farmers Markets. I recommend getting the chicken from ACE Basin Organics. Buy local. This recipe is easy and delicious and promises to be “finger licking good”.

Keepers of the Hive

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

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 …

Butcher & Bee Late Night Dining on Upper King

on Wednesday, 23 May 2012. Posted in Eat This! Summer 2012, Magazine, Dine or Dash

By: Antonia Krenza & Laney Roberts

     On a mission, after a grueling Saturday night at work, my friend and I decided to hit up the "honest to goodness" sandwiches at Butcher & Bee. I had previously staked out the whereabouts and was sure I knew where I was going. We drove back and forth under the overpass on King Street a total of six times. Yes, sad, I know. I guess I should have heeded their Facebook® page that directs — "Ask your pedicab driver to take you towards the Recovery Room and look right."

Guerrilla Cuisine Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner!

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

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.

Boris Van Dyck Providence Makes Perfect

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

By Chris West:

Sometimes fortune smiles on the unsuspecting.  Such was the case when Boris Van Dyck found the market bottom had fallen out for the then commercial real estate agent. But in a twist of timing and fortuitousness, he found that his turn-around was as close as his very own garage. 

Great Expectations

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

By Antonia Krenza & Laney Roberts

SUBJECT: Andy McCarthy

Owner / Mobile Cuisine Restauranteur / Ball Juggler

ORIGINS:  Atlanta, GA

EDUCATION:  University of Georgia

Biology Major

F&B EVOLUTION: For a short time while in high school, Andy was a server at a Tex Mex restaurant. While in college and during subsequent travels (California and the South Pacific) he spent time cooking and bartending.

 

Taking Sides in the Kitchen

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

by Antonia M. Krenza & Laney Roberts

Subject: Pastry Chef / Owner Allison Smith, GLAZED Doughnuts

ORIGINS: Native Daughter - Charleston, SC

CAREER PATH: Graduating from the Culinary Arts division of the Art Institute of Charleston roughly three years ago, Smith's focus was the savory side. Never considering a career in pastry, she took only the required pastry classes to complete her degree. Her last position prior to her new business was Sauté on the line at Anson.

Putting the Food Truck into Reverse

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

by Antonia M. Krenza & Laney Roberts

Hello My Name Is…." Reminds you of the ubiquitous tag you're forced to wear at certain social functions and conferences, right? Well, the dreaded nametag has taken on new life in the hands of Ryner and Cody Burg. From the side of a truck to the side of a building, the commonplace has become the iconic logo of an evolving business.

Let there be Bacon Beer

on Wednesday, 23 May 2012. Posted in Eat This! Summer 2012, Magazine, From The Tap

By Timmons Pettigrew

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The Lowcountry's newest brewery is Holy City Brewing, a four-man operation located in some converted warehouse space just off of Dorchester Road in North Charleston. Chris Brown, Joel Carl, Mac Minaudo, and Sean Nemitz joined forces to pursue their dream and add new flavors to the local beer market, producing fun, fresh takes on classic styles like Porter and Pilsner. But while they brew the classics very well, they are no strangers to innovation, and one of their beers in particular is a delicious affront to all that we knew as holy.

ROOT ROOT ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM

on Friday, 04 May 2012. Posted in Eat This! Summer 2012, Magazine, Restaurant Spotlight, LOCAL Bites

Early supper in the House that Ron built

Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ

1205 Ashley River Road, West Ashley

 

By Patrick Graham

 

“Redemption” may be too strong of a word when you’re talking about a return visit to a barbecue joint, but if readers will concede that barbecue occupies a sacred spot in the soul of South Carolina and its natives, maybe we’ve not quite overstepped our bounds.  Six or seven years ago I happened upon Home Team’s West Ashley location and left not having been amazed.  Over the years, having been asked about Home Team by various visitors to the city, my response was an unequivocal “meh”.  Whether it was me, this location, what day it was, where the moon was in the zodiac, whatever, it’s clear that something has changed, and here’s how the day started.

A View with a Breeze at Stono Breeze Waterfront Bar

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

By: Robin Riebman

 

It may not be sunburned sailors singing sea shanties, but relaxing below strings of nautical flags and watching the su set in the company of the outgoing PBR-drinking regulars feels eerily familiar, as if I’ve been transported back to Davis' Pub in the Maritime Republic of Eastport near Annapolis, Maryland. The atmosphere at The Stono Breeze Waterfront Bar at St. Johns Yacht Harbor is authentic. Boaters, swimmers and happy hour crews all kick off their shoes to hang out on the two porches of the marina's second floor bar.