Its a good idea, but I wonder how many 6 and 7 year-olds can go to Mom and tell her what to give for snacks and she gives it? Perhaps giving a corresponding lesson to a PTA meeting in the same week as meeting with the kids would get a lot more mileage. One of the first lessons in sales is " if you're not dealing with the ultimate decision maker you're just spinning your wheels"
Congrats Kev! Glad to see you are doing so well!
The Wich Doctor is great, but it's currently closed while the owner and chef Jeff Butler recuperates from surgery. The restaurant's reopening has yet to be announced. That's why it was excluded from this list.
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions in Park Circle often features different kinds of ramen bowls as their specials!
My God! You left off the best, authentic ramen in The Lowcountry: The Wich Doctor on Folly.
This is an awesome roundup. Thank you!
Sounds like a great program!
Now this is a program that makes sense.
Thank you, Chef Kevin! Our kids look forward to your visits and we appreciate your knowledge with food awareness!
Great program Kevin!
Thanks Mr. Moss!! Keep on truckin!
What a great example of free enterprise, I have a feeling that some of Mr. Frazier's ribs might be on the menu at my house this weekend.
I can't figure out if food trucks and/or outside vendors are even legal in Mount Pleasant. There was a lot of noise about this a few years back, but I don't recall the actual ordinances being passed and searching the town code is proving frustrating.
Reading this online on Facebook. I would love it if I could read the entire article but the College of Charleston ad would not go away, even after I clicked on it.
Nevertheless, I plan on visiting these guys soon.
I've had BBQ ribs and chicken from both men. I stop at HT and get some fresh buns and a roll of paper towels (and possibly a brew or two). Then go up Meeting St. and pull off into one of many empty lots and chow down! I've never been bothered up there during the daylight. Great conversationalists and incredible cooks. I hope no one from the "government" tries to intervene in their business. Everything is fully cooked, and I am sure, very fresh. Be sure to bring small bills and some coins. No credit cards, thankfully.
Great write up on some fantastic less expensive dining options with amazing eats. I swing by to see Terrill and eat whenever I am up in his area, he is one of the most positive upbeat guys you will ever meet.
very cool write up. stuck in my bubble of mt pleasant i never realized all this was going on.
These gems are also beautiful with a sauce of cream, cognac and a bit of Dijon, accompanied by morels (if available) or chanterelles. Rue de Jean made this up on request and did a fine job. First had them this way in NYC in the '70s. Coreect to have then crispy on outside, just rolling in flour and doing in clarified butter works fine.
We only reserve the front page for raccoons. :(
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