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BY: Diana Barton
There has been quite a bit of hype about Sean Brock's newest East Bay culinary venture, casual Mexican eatery Minero. With already 13 posts on Eater Charleston and a raving review from the City Paper...
BY: Helen Mitternight
  You’ve seen the movie. After a romantic night in bed, the hero seals the deal the next morning by making his lady love an omelet thrown together with whatever gourmet goodies he happens to...
BY: Diana Barton
Working as a writer has its perks. Charleston Grit gets many offers to cover events, receives books in the mail, and is occasionally sent some free booze. So when the great folks over at Freedom...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
I admit that in the cocktail category, I set the bar pretty low. Much beyond a gin and tonic or a trusty top-shelf margarita, no salt, never frozen, and I'm not terribly adverturesome. I'm a sipper...
BY: Ann Kaufman
  Recently my husband and I finally ventured up King Street to Leon's Oyster Shop. We'd heard lots of great things about this new addition to the Charleston food scene, and we were pleased...
BY: Mellissa Sevigny
  I know I’m taking a risk here with an unpopular stance, but CAN WE ALL JUST CALM DOWN ABOUT PUMPKIN ALREADY?? I mean seriously, I love pumpkin as much as the next blogger, but I’ve been...
BY: Mac Kilduff
Typical tailgating fair, for me, has been cheap beer and occasionally a saccharine sour margarita out of a bottle. It’s usually pretty generic but it gets the job done (and typically kdoes its...
BY: Guest Blogger
Hey there friends! My name is Charlotte and I am a May, 2013 graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan where I double majored in Business and Communication. I am a total foodie, obsessed with...
BY: Ann Kaufman
  A twist on a classic margarita involves cumin and cayenne pepper-seasoned salts along the rim.   Charleston is a city rife with drinkin' porches (note: drinking is what you do to...
BY: Ann Kaufman
Grilled pork tenderloin, rosemary cabbage on a bed of Gongonzola sauce is amazingly easy to make, thanks to Coastal Cupboard's in-house chef Bryan Breeland   Earlier this month the kind folks...
BY: Guest Blogger
Hey there friends! My name is Charlotte and I am a May, 2013 graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan where I double majored in Business and Communication. I am a total foodie, obsessed with...
BY: Diana Barton
Karen and her pooch Lulu are on a mission to become Charleston’s only mobile mason jar bakery. Chicago native Karen has a dream of creating tasty treats for humans and their dogs out of a pick-up...
BY: Ann Kaufman
Charleston Culinary Tour's walking tours provide a good way to see the city -- and eat it   A couple of weeks ago my husband and I joined up with one of Charleston Culinary Tour's downtown...
BY: Ann Kaufman
During the week, my husband and I are always on the lookout for tasty, affordable dinner options that will please everyone in our family, includiing our two little ones (ages 3 and 18 months). Even...
BY: Ann Kaufman
Top left: the blackened steak tips appetizer on a bed of fried onions; top right: the cowboy cut steak weighs in at a hefty 18 ounces but costs a reasonable $24.99 A wise sage once told me that...
BY: Instant Grit
Southern Season, the gourmet food and housewares retailer in Mount Pleasant, SC, is excited to announce a one-of-a-kind cooking class this summer with southern culinary legend Nathalie Dupree....
BY: Instant Grit
Come down to the Mixson Market in North Charleston this Saturday, the 28th, from 10am to 3pm for the 2nd annual Tomayto Tomahto Festival and Tomato Pie Contest.Entry is free, and open to the public....
BY: Ann Kaufman
  There are a few things I watch for every year with the kind of anticipation normally reserved for an opening of an envelope to declare a winner, or the teeing up of a field goal attempt with...
BY: Ann Kaufman
Last week the hubby was out of town for a work trip, so I was flailing all over the place trying to keep our ship running. On Thursday, I took the kids to stock up on food for the weekend, and the...
BY: Instant Grit
Charleston Hospitality Group is hosting a grand opening party for Wild Buffalo in North Charleston on Wednesday, June 18. The event starts at 5pm with a ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by a party...


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