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Editor’s Note: September 2022

Editor’s Note: September 2022

Dive Bars + Shrimp  I am not a dive bar kind of gal. After over 40 years on this planet, this is one thing I know about myself. If I’m going to go out for a drink, I want to look at a gorgeous view...

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Tailgate Cocktails

Tailgate Cocktails

Disclaimer: Other than being the proud owner of the “@ieatandrun” Instagram handle, I have no formal training in food or beverage, unless you count calories consumed and/or SEC tailgates attended. The latter, I have learned, does qualify you as a professional eater and drinker.

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48 Hours

48 Hours

With an island destination as popular has Hilton Head Island is, inevitably you get people visiting it in a variety of ways. Most commonly are families, who load up their minivans somewhere significantly north of here and make their way down for a Saturday check in. Any number of restaurant owners can set their calendars by their arrivals. Oh, June 22? The Callahan family from Santa Claus, Indiana will be here for dinner. Party of five. Dad will have the prime rib. Count on it.

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Six Chefs, Six Journeys to Living a Dream

Six Chefs, Six Journeys to Living a Dream

They are the architects and maestros behind some of the most beloved eateries in the Lowcountry. They usually talk with their taste buds, but we got some of your favorite chefs to step out of the kitchen and tell the story of why they love what they do.

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Nood Good Mood Food

Nood Good Mood Food

Forget peanut butter and jelly. Alex Vitto and Robbie Colson, the co-creators of Nood Good Mood Food, go together like Asian fries and ginger yuzu aioli. Like spam and gourmet cheese sauce. Like, well, every thoughtfully and creatively imagined dish they serve up at their “gourmet fast food” restaurant located in Coligny Plaza (under The Big Bamboo).

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A Lowcountry Thanksgiving: Traditions and Recipes

A Lowcountry Thanksgiving: Traditions and Recipes

Here in the Lowcountry, we find no shortage of things for which to be thankful: beautiful surroundings, good-hearted neighbors, and delicious food abound. Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude, tell the stories of our history, honor long-standing traditions and share an indulgent meal with the people we love most.

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Farm-to-Table Holiday

Farm-to-Table Holiday

We live in an ideal place for growing delicious produce: rich soil, plenty of rain and sunshine, and temperate winters make the Lowcountry a farmer’s paradise. From watermelon to peaches, sweet potatoes to peanuts, The Palmetto State produces countless agricultural crops year-round. This time of year, sweet potatoes, greens like kale and collards, carrots and herbs are all being harvested by local farmers right here in our community. What better way to enjoy the holidays than by building a feast around locally grown foods sure to impress your guests, delight your tastebuds and nourish your body well, all while supporting your neighbors who love cultivating this land we call home.

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