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  • History takes the plate in recipes using a favorite 19th-century ingredient, sorghum

  • Gastronomically speaking, Charleston offers an embarrassment of riches, with opportunities to indulge at every other restaurant door. But if you’re going to do it, do it right. Here are a few suggestions

  • Sea Island Savory Herbs promotes garden-to-table dining
     

  • Need to cool off in this late summer heat? Forget the ice-cream truck here are six adult desserts, icy cold and with a touch of the hard stuff. Just note: ID is required

  • Meet the gents of Frothy Beard Brewing Company

  • In some primitive and proverbial context, someone once mashed together crushed grain and water, left it in a cool place populated with natural yeasts, and smashed it flat before draping it over a hot rock next to the fire. James Island’s newest wood-fired oven, Crust, isn’t far removed from that ancient commencement.

  • It's August, which means back-to-school time! But what to pack for lunch? Here, three food and beverage veterans tell us what they put in their little pupils' pails

  • Our taste & tell guide to the latest F&B openings in Charleston

  • Three late summer field pea dishes from Sarah O'Kelley and Chris Stewart

  • Don’t let the fact that he’s a New Jersey native fool you—Charleston Farmers Market vendor Mike Shaughnessy knows boiled peanuts.

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