Should be another banner year for Charleston's restaurants and culinary entrepreneurs. We wish them all great success.
Here are a few more recent mentions:
The Lowcountry Oyster Festival and the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival were among the 10 Hot Winter Food Festivals on Forbes.com.
The 30th Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival was highlighted in Self.
The BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival was among the 10 Southern Festivals you need to taste on chicagotribune.com.
The BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival was named one of the "Top 15 Very Cool Food Festivals Around the World" on foodrepublic.com
Delta Sky described the Charleston area as ‘making waves in the food world’ with mentions of Husk, Cypress, Culinary Tours of Charleston, BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival, Lowcountry Oyster Festival, Dixie Supply Bakery and Café and Jim ‘n Nicks.
WildFlour Pastry was included in the 10 Chocolate Chip Cookies to Travel For round-up on nationalgeographic.com.
Chef Sean Brock of Husk and McCrady’s shared his recipe for an Elvis Presley milkshake on NPR’s segment All Things Considered.
Cypress, Husk, McCrady’s and FIG were included on Chef Andrew Zimmern’s list of The Best Southern Food in the U.S. on huffingtonpost.com.
Sweeteeth chocolate appeared in Southern Living.
In its article covering food trends for 2013 The New York Times highlighted the fried chicken skins at Husk and the ‘nduja at Cypress.
The pork butter at Husk was recommended on details.com.
The Palm Beach Daily News highlighted Peninsula Grill, McCrady’s, and Husk.
Thanks, CCP! Supporting local businesses is a great gift in itself. We are proud to support Made in Charleston products and local business owners. Happy Holidays!
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