As a restaurant, we know well that what you cook with can be just as important as how you cook a recipe – and we
There’s a reason why the classic grilled cheese you ordered at a popular restaurant seems far better than the one you made at home, even
With lush landscapes, waterfront views, and delicious lunch options to choose from, there’s no better way to savor a Southern summer than by planning a
Love is in the air…or is that just the smell of wedding cake? Either way, there’s no denying that Lowcountry wedding season is back in
While chestnuts roasting on an open fire sounds nice, we would much rather have Christmas cookies baking in the oven. Whether you’re heading to a
Ahh, fall is in the air…or maybe that’s just pumpkin bread we smell? If you’re like us, you’ve been looking forward to the return of
Beautiful beaches, winding rivers, and romantic oak trees are only a few reasons why so many couples are choosing the Lowcountry for their destination weddings.
Sometimes, you really can taste the difference an old family recipe makes. When it comes to cooking, Grandma knows best, especially if she’s Southern. One
Whether you’re planning to visit the Lowcountry soon or are lucky enough to live here, two things are probably on your mind this month: beach
However laid-back the lifestyle is, we Southerners are known for going big on three things: our hair, our portion sizes, and Christmas. From the endless
It’s that time of year again: party planning season. Decking the halls and donning your ugliest Christmas sweater is the fun part, but whether you’re
From creamy pimento cheese to crispy fried pickles, the South undoubtedly has some of the most decadent, delicious, and downright bizarre cuisines in the nation. Born from a rich mix of culinary traditions and ingredients you might not find outside of the bottom states, Southern food is truly unlike anything else – which tends to confuse visitors.
Farmer’s markets are summertime staples, especially here in the Lowcountry. Between the sunny weather, fresh foods, and some good old-fashioned Southern gab, shopping the stands