You know we’re all about great food, but like any good Southerner, we’ve been known to enjoy a good cocktail (or mocktail) on our porch, listening to the cicadas drone ...
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If 2020 brought us sourdough bread, mini-pancake cereal, and hot chocolate bombs, and, let’s be honest, 2021 was a bit of a blur, then what’s on the menu for 2022? ...
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Most major holidays involve a few different activities, like egg hunts or presents, but on Thanksgiving, it’s all about the food. And behind every treasured family photo of loved ones ...
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Turning Up the Music and Dancing in the Kitchen Is Good for the Soul … and Great for Healthy, Creative Cooking. As seen in Pink Magazine. Everything’s better when music ...
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Before you go adding more flour here and a squeeze of lemon there, we’re laying out some ground rules for altering recipes that could just save your dinner. Use these tips to experiment with recipes more successfully.
After a full day of work, shuttling the kids to after-school activities, and narrowly making it to your gym class, the thought of making a main dish and two sides can seem like just too much. But don’t reach for the takeout menus just yet – we’re bringing you Chef Lynn Michelle’s tips for faster, healthier, and happier weeknight meals.
August may often be one of the hottest months of the year, but it can also be one of the healthiest. These mellow days of summer are the perfect time to savor all that Lowcountry living has to offer – with laid-back days (and nights) spent outdoors enjoying your favorite activities. What’s more, this relaxed end-of-summer month is the perfect time for simple, quick, “no-fuss” meals that are as good for you as they are good to eat, all while enjoying every minute of the easy, breezy last days of summer.
Finally, after spending a long, hard year at home, you’re planning a summer vacation. You envision afternoons soaking up the sun and surf, exploring local shops, and taking the kids out for ice cream after dinner. But your sunlit daydream turns into a nightmare once you get there. No one can agree on a restaurant, the activities you’re finding look too touristy, and worst of all – it’s probably going to rain.
If this scenario sounds a little too familiar, you’re certainly not alone. Many people come home feeling like they need a break after their vacation, which is why we’re bringing you tried-and-true tips for making the most of your time away.
As the superfood craze has swept the country, salads have gone from simple side dishes to lunch or dinner’s star attractions. A well-made salad is a delicious balance of textures ...
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Spring’s bounty of colorful seasonal produce and fresh ingredients on your plate.