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Margret Wood

November 2017
Smooth, subtle in flavor, and healthy to boot, tahini is enhancing eats around town

September 2017
Husband-and-wife waffle makers Sergio and Audrey are serving up classic Brussels street treats on James Island

August 2017
Granted, they’re a summer staple, but this season’s been especially big for espadrilles, with styles ranging from...

August 2017
Pastry chef Andrea Upchurch gives the creamy, classic summer dessert a zingy twist with a gingersnap crust

August 2017
Pet-nat, the hip, au naturel cousin of Champagne, is bubbling up around town

August 2017
How one College of Charleston grad turned a dangerous peanut encounter into a granola bar with a name that cuts to the...

August 2017
Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston

August 2017
A new app lets users pay restaurant and bar tabs via smartphone

August 2017
Sarah Mosteller knits braided steel into sculptures

July 2017
With their easy-breezy, picnic-in-the-park appeal, basket bags are on this season’s hot list

July 2017
We’re trading lobster for the Lowcountry’s favorite crustacean in Leon’s Oyster Shop’s twist on the classic seafood...

July 2017
Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston

July 2017

July 2017
Since 2007, Chabad of Charleston and the Lowcountry has been enriching life for Jewish locals. And last year, thanks to...

June 2017
Our top pics for one-piece swimsuits

June 2017
If you like piña coladas, you’re going to love these Holy City twists on classic tiki drinks. Pass the pink umbrellas!

June 2017
The CODfather owner wasn’t sure if a British chippy would catch on here. One year, 100,000 pounds of potatoes, and 8,...

June 2017
Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston

June 2017
Stephen Wayne and Jeff Querin pack their pint-size theater with musical comedies they both pen and perform in