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As 2019 gets underway many changes have been taking place at the offices of Shrimp, Collards and Grits. Our popular book series has grown to a whole new level as requests come in for us to host events and to distribute an increasing number of…

On the Hunt in South Carolina's Ace Basin

Landowners Honor the Centuries-old  History and Traditions of English Foxhunting by Nina Burke, Founding Master of the Lowcountry Hunt, in conversation with Pat Branning Photography by Kendrick Mayes Due east from Highway 21, across vast…

The World Is His Oyster Year Round

Oyster Farmer Frank Roberts Produces Prize-worthy Oysters from the Pristine Waters of the ACE Basin Oysters are my all-time favorite seafood, and often my favorite food, period. I can be sitting in an oyster bar, miles from the ocean, and when…

At Christmas All Roads Lead Home

Amid all the hustle of the holidays, there is a moment when Christmas happens. It may be the sounds of carolers in the neighborhood that suddenly lifts the heart, the arrival home of a loved one from far away, or the jingle of bells and the…
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That Yemassee Country Club

Ahop, skip and jump off I-95 and dissected by US 21, Yemassee, though small, straddles both the Beaufort and Hampton county lines. It’s close by the Colleton and Jasper county border as well. If you get the feeling this town is a crossroads,…

The Crab Man

Out of the way and off the beaten path, Sunbury is an incredible foodie haven adventure. Views here will leave you breathless, especially if you visit at sundown. So bring a hearty appetite, roll up your sleeves and head on out to Sunbury, Georgia…

Paula Deen's Journey

Paula’s Journey By Tom Poland When you see glistening oyster beds what comes to mind? An oyster roast? A mucky, perilous place? A driveway white with sun-bleached shells? Well, some folks see art. Here we have a beautiful bust, what could…
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Red Velvet Cake

Why Elvis? “The first time my family attended a music festival was in Memphis the weekend of the Great Nashville Flood,” says Chef Parker. “Originally we’d planned to visit both Graceland and attend a service at the Reverend Al Green’s…