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Emily Meggett's benne cookies
Recipes

Benne Cookies

Emily Meggett's recipe for benne cookies comes from her mother. The thin wafers use benne seeds for their deep, toasty flavor.

A bowl of red rice with shrimp and sausage from Gullah Geechee Home Cooking: Stories and Recipes from the Matriarch of Edisto Island
Recipes

Red Rice

Gullah Geechee red rice, with well-seasoned vegetables, slices of sausage, and perfectly cooked rice, is a meal worth looking forward to.

Platter of Chicken Perloo
Recipes

Chicken Perloo

This chicken perloo from Emily Meggett is a true Lowcountry dish complete with tender chicken, ambrosial stock, and perfectly fluffed rice.

Platter of crab cakes
Recipes

Crab Cakes

Known as "the matriarch of Edisto Island," Emily Meggett shares her crab cake recipe, plus the secret ingredient to sharpen the flavor.

The Cape Horn Cocktail from the Longboard on Sullivan's Island
Drinks

Cape Horn

This brunch cocktail from The Longboard is a cross between a breakfast classic, the mimosa, and an island staple, the margarita.

Kimberly Patton-Bragg’s Christmas cocktial The Gingerman Can, a holiday hot toddy, in a short glass with ice and garnished with a cinnamon stick and clove-studded lemon slices
The Riff

The Gingerman Can

Kimberly Patton-Bragg draws on the flavors of the season when conceptualizing her Christmas cocktail in New Orleans.

Kimberly Patton-Bragg’s Hot Toddy Old Fashioned in a glass beside a pitcher of ice
The Riff

Hot Toddy Old Fashioned

Kimberly Patton-Bragg draws on the flavors of the season when conceptualizing her old fashioned hot toddy in New Orleans.

A plate of baklava cookies
Recipes

Baklava Cookies

These nutty thumbprint cookies offer baklava flavor without having to painstakingly butter endless sheets of phyllo dough.

Chocolate orange shortbread Christmas cookies
Recipes

Orange and Chocolate Shortbread Cookies

Orange and chocolate are an unexpected but winning combination in Christmas desserts. Here they're anchored by rich, buttery shortbread.

Matthew Raiford's mess o' greens
Recipes

Mess o’ Greens

Lots of thought and precision goes into properly making greens. This recipe does not pull them too soon, nor lets them turn soupy and mushy.