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Think of the Children, and Eat This!

on Sunday, 02 March 2014. Posted in Magazine, Chefs, Follow This!, Do This!, LOCAL Bites

by: Collin Clark
Photos: Bailey Clark

 

Chef Robert Carter, currently of Carter’s Kitchen and Rutledge Cab Company, hosted the first Chefs' Feast fifteen years ago. Driven by the desire to help end childhood hunger close to home, Carter has watched the event grow from just nine participating chefs in its first year to an impressive roster of over thirty chefs from some of the area’s most successful restaurants. With so many chefs in attendance, the event serves not only as a very successful fundraiser for a noble cause but also as an excellent showcase of the Charleston culinary scene. Eat This! was in attendance this year with the goal to try them all, and at the suggestion of Lowcountry Food Bank’s Dana Mitchel, a plan of attack was formulated and a worthy effort was certainly made.

 

 

Bacon. Bourbon. Bliss.

on Monday, 10 February 2014. Posted in Magazine, From The Tap, Follow This!, Do This!, LOCAL Bites

by: Collin Clark


 RHR2748edTwo lines wound their way into Memminger Auditorium, and we chose the one that seemed to lead towards the smell of bacon and away from the cold. As it happened, our chosen line deposited us between the booths of King Street’s Kitchen 208 and Mount Pleasant’s Southerly Restaurant. From Kitchen 208, John Robertson was serving a dish reminiscent of the restaurant’s Cobblestone sandwich - a bacon waffle topped with local tomatoes, arugula, slightly deviled egg, and a garnish of candied bacon. Chad Billings of Southerly took a heavier approach with a bacon lollipop - savory pork belly with kimchi and radish over grits.

 

Winemaker and Owner Michael Honig of Honig Vineyard & Winery Visits Charleston on February 26 to Host Special Dinner with Chef Jeremiah Bacon at Oak Steakhouse

on Friday, 07 February 2014. Posted in Magazine, From the Cellar, Follow This!, Do This!, LOCAL Bites, Something To Wine About

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     Winemaker and owner Michael Honig of Honig Vineyard & Winery visits Charleston on Wednesday, February  26 to host a special dinner with Chef Jeremiah Bacon at Oak Steakhouse. Michael Honig, a leader in sustainable farming, has been running the family-owned winery for the last thirty years after his grandfather passed over the torch.  At the winery, Honig produces some of Napa Valley’s best sauvignon blanc and cabernet sauvignon wines which have received countless accolades from outlets such as 
Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast , Wine & Spirits and more.

Lowcountry Smokehouse Draft Dinner

on Tuesday, 04 February 2014. Posted in Magazine, From The Tap, Follow This!, Do This!, LOCAL Bites


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     Chef Garrett Priester & Sous Chef Jonathan DuPriest have prepared an authentic, five-course menu that showcases Southend's beers that are thoughtfully paired with dishes inspired by seasonal flavors and local ingredients with a unique smokehouse style twist. 

A Wintry Mix of Satisfaction and Comfort at Lana:

on Tuesday, 04 February 2014. Posted in Magazine, Follow This!, Do This!, Dine or Dash, LOCAL Bites

by Robin Riebman 
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Lana's menu are “old-world” inspired with a dramatic presentation. New seasonal preparations include a housemade potato gnocchi and Italian sausage with Calabrese peppers, shaved parmesan, broccoli and toasted bread crumbs, Short Rib prepared with roasted cauliflower and a red wine jus, a Shrimp “Cassoulet”, and Scallops with bagna cauda.