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Frank Lee Speaking

“If you’re really going to be creative, you’re going to have to have your shit together.” Chef Frank Lee Still learning from this man. As long as I’ve known him, Chef has always had this fantastic repertoire of aphorisms that … Continue reading

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Lowcountry 2.0: Reimagining a Cuisine

Cuisine: a style of cooking characterized by distinctive ingredients, techniques and dishes, and usually associated with a specific culture or geographic region. Glenn Roberts talks about SC’s culinary history Here in the South Carolina Lowcountry, our very well documented cuisine … Continue reading

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Forrest Parker’s Dispatch From Seed Saver’s Conference

As originally appeared in the Charleston Post & Courier, 7/22/16. (Editor’s note: South Carolina Chef Ambassador Forrest Parker, most recently of Old Village Post House, sent this report from Iowa.)   by Forrest Parker It’s a testament to seed savers’ … Continue reading

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Lots Going On This Weekend

and a new menu at the Post House. April is a special time in the SC Lowcountry. Get Outside! Mount Pleasant Blessing of the Fleet The 29th Annual Blessing of the Fleet & Seafood Festival presented by East Cooper Medical Center and Harris … Continue reading

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Your Palmetto State Dairies

There’s a great read in this week’s New York Times Food Section about small, local dairy farms. Of course here in the Palmetto State, we’ve been doing it since before it was cool. A few dairies stand out in my … Continue reading

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A Visit to Atlanta’s Buford Highway Farmer’s Market

I was in Atlanta last week on a media mission for  the State of South Carolina. While it was fantastic hanging with Brandon Velie of Ridge Spring, SC’s Juniper and Orchid Paulmeier of Hilton Head’s One Hot Mama’s, I didn’t … Continue reading

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During the Festival, Pat Conroy Crossed Over

“The subject of food is a serious one the length and breadth of this state. Our barbeque sauce is mustard-based and our peanuts are boiled and served in wet paper bags. An oyster roast in sight of a lowcountry river … Continue reading

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