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News and Events / 8.15.12

Get Your Roll On

Who makes the best sushi in Charleston? This is a tough question that I and many other sushi-lovers recently addressed at the “Get Your Roll On” sushi competition, held at the South Carolina Aquarium on August 1st. In its second year, the event was larger than life, with hundreds of sushi fans coming out to […]

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Culture / 8.13.12

Fish Feast

SUMMER TO DO LIST: GRILL A WHOLE RED SNAPPER This recipe is sure to impress! Grilling a whole fish definitely makes a statement and is a great way to feed a crowd. This recipe was developed my Matt Moore of Nashville, TN as a way to pump up our grilling menu and include dishes that […]

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Recipes / 8.8.12

It’s Pie Time You Got to Baking

CHOCOLATE CHESS PIE WITH A SMATTERING OF WALNUTS The Southern cooking arsenal has a tremendous amount of pie recipes. It seems as though everyone has an idea of what the perfect pie is. For many, the choice is Chocolate Chess Pie. It’s gooey and chocolate-y and, well, actually that’s all you really need in a […]

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Beverages / 8.7.12

Palmetto Brewery Please!

THE SEASONAL GINGER SLAP BREW DELIVERS THE UNEXPECTED by Aaron Lucas Seasonal beers are great because you never know what will be released from each brewery. Most breweries have staple seasonal beers, but I enjoy when we get the unexpected. Palmetto Brewery has been tinkering around with a new beer and now we have the […]

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Beverages / 8.2.12 / by TLP Editors’ Desk

Party Time

GEMS FROM THE GARDEN MAKE AN EXCELLENT COCKTAIL John Aquino, mixologist at Coast Bar & Grill in Charleston, SC concocted this flavorful summer sipper. The peach, mint, and jalapeño all come from Aquino’s garden, which makes this a delightful homegrown treat, one that you can easily reproduce yourself. While watching Aquino make this drink we […]

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Culture / 8.1.12

Attack of the Heirloom Tomato!

TOMATOES AS THE STAR IN YOUR NEXT SUMMER SALAD Heirloom tomatoes are making a resurgence. Thankfully, they taste nothing like what you buy on the supermarket shelves. They are packed with flavors and vitamins that you just can’t find in the overly processed stores. Now is the time to get to know your local farmer […]

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