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
There are a lot of reasons to love life in the Lowcountry, including (but certainly not limited to) Southern comfort cooking, the views of the
As featured on the cover of today’s Bluffton Today. Read more about the launch of May River Coffee Roasters’ three new Lowcountry-themed coffees, and the
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
There are few foods more Southern than grits. This warm, creamy comfort food has been a Lowcountry breakfast staple for centuries, but outside of the South, little is known about this quintessential meal. Here’s everything you never knew about grits.
We get many questions from customers about what our “secret ingredients” are, so we’re finally spilling the beans: we don’t have any. Really. Southern cooking
Leslie joins Jesse Blanco of Eat it and Like it to discuss how they have adapted to the unique environment many businesses are facing. Check
As one of the most popular beverages in the nation, there’s no question that coffee “steeps” into our culture. Whether you enjoy cradling a mug on the couch, grabbing a Frappuccino® on the way to work, or chatting with friends over skinny lattes, it’s hard to imagine a day without coffee. And there’s good news: science says you don’t have to.
Bubba from Forrest Gump said it best when he described shrimp as the “fruit of the sea.” From blackened and pan-seared to boiled or deep-fried, there are so many ways to enjoy this seafood favorite – and they all taste delicious.
When it comes to weddings, there is one thing many couples can agree on: Size matters. Some brides dream of saying their vows in front
While every region in the U.S. has a distinct cuisine, few places have as many iconic eats as the South. From fresh peach cobbler to