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The late Leah Chase was a force to be reckoned with in business and life. But it was her business savvy that transitioned the little family run restaurant owned by her late husband’s parents into one of
A classic New Year’s staple in the Lowcountry is Hoppin’ Johns, especially the version with Red Field Peas. I love the rich color of this dish and it is a staple in any Gullah home
Looking for a unique way to celebrate Watch Night or New Year’s Eve? Why not try out this classic Gullah Watch Night menu for a heritage food-inspired Freedom’s Eve dinner. Full of Gullah staples such
There is nothing like a great cup of coffee and a great book. Looking to up your coffee game? We have you covered. Get these chef-approved coffee recipes from Rashaunda Grant of the Carolina Cookery.
King Cake is a Mardi Gras Tradition. Whether you make a few each year or order them directly to your house, it is a must during Mari Gras season. If you are looking to try
Looking for a unique way to experience the Lowcountry with your family while learning about history and African American heritage? Then a food experience focused on rice culture is exactly what you need. One of