Narrow Search

Charleston City Paper Image Archives

click to enlarge

The forgotten story of how the Old Slave Mart became a short-lived candy shop 

In 1938 Miriam B. Wilson bought the old Slave Mart and turned it into a museum and candy store called Slave Recipes incorporated

Image credit: Michael Wiser

From:

Uploaded: Jan 18, 2017 | Post Comments

Image Archives: Stories: Food+Drink: Features

  • Even something as wholesome as spaghetti takes on a sinister air when served from a pouch
  • Apocalypse Chow
  • Even something as wholesome as spaghetti takes on...
  • Jonathan Boncek
  • May 18, 2016
  • Be it ratatouille or PB&J (below) each MRE offers a taste of the end times
  • Apocalypse Chow
  • Be it ratatouille or PB&J (below) each MRE...
  • Jonathan Boncek
  • May 18, 2016
  • In this case, we're warning you not to drink the Kool-aid because of a severe lack of any flavor
  • Apocalypse Chow
  • In this case, we're warning you not to...
  • Jonathan Boncek
  • May 18, 2016

Powered by Foundation   © Copyright 2017, Charleston City Paper   RSS