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Butter Your Biscuit, Monthly

Carrie-Bailey Morrie of Callie's Charleston Biscuits has been busy. The popular biscuits she creates and delivers are based on the recipes of her mother and business partner Callie White, one of Charleston's favorite caterers. The pair just celebrated the one-year anniversary of their biscuit business, and people have found the snack-sized morsels, which come in four varieties, so delectable that Carrie and Callie have had to think of a way to provide their biscuit-crazed customers with a steady, year-round flow. Their idea: The Biscuit of the Month Club. "We have a lot of return customers and this way they don't have to place an order every month – it's automatic," says Morrie. "It's easy for them and easy for us! Not to mention it's a perfect gift for the holidays – like a 'Wine of the Month' club, but yummier!" The club will allow you to order a three- or six-month supply of biscuits with a convenient, one-time order. For more information on Callie's Charleston Biscuits or to place your order, visit www.calliesbiscuits.com. –John Vahey

Savoring Charleston's Flavor

Charleston's food, homes, shops, and golf courses will be the star this winter when GOLF Magazine, Cooking Light, Southern Living, Cottage Living, and Coastal Living invite their readers to "Savor South Carolina." The weekend event, produced in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, kicks off Thursday, Jan. 11 with Coastal Living Travel Editor Steve Millburg's "Welcome to the Coast" reception. From 7-10 p.m. he'll lead a tour of Charleston that shows why it's a favorite destination of Coastal Living. On Friday GOLF Magazine will hold an optional golf getaway at Wild Dunes Resort's Links Course. At $100 per person, the excursion will feature golf tips from Carol Preisinger, one of the magazine's Top 100 Teachers. At the American Theater, Cottage Living's contributing editor, Melissa Bigner and Charleston "cottage" shop owners will discuss the "Secrets of Shopping in Charleston" and offer up home and garden tips. That evening, Southern Living's Executive Foods Editor Scott Jones will host a food and wine event at the Francis Marion. On Saturday, Executive Chef and contributing editor of Cooking Light Billy Strynkowski will put on a Lowcountry Feast in the Riviera Theatre. "[Savor South Carolina] will drive visitation to the state and to some of our most popular areas," says marketing manager Tammy Strawbridge. For further information visit www.discoversouthcarolina.com. – Stephanie Leighs

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