Art-fully Delicious Brunch at Mary’s

Art-fully Delicious Brunch at Mary’s

You can’t leave Winston-Salem without eating brunch at Mary’s Gourmet Diner (723 Trade Street).  Especially if you love folk art and food as much as I do.  I stepped in the door of this popular eatery in Winston-Salem’s redeveloped arts district and couldn’t believe my eyes.  Folk art everywhere!  From the welcome signage to theContinue Reading

Country music and whiskey: a cookbook review party

Country music and whiskey: a cookbook review party

When I heard Southern Living’s new cookbook, Country Music’s Greatest Eats Presented by CMT was coming out, I knew I had to put together another cookbook review party.  And who better to pair with a little country cuisine than our local whiskey distiller, Six and Twenty? When the cookbook arrived, I rallied my Travelers Rest CookbookContinue Reading

Tasty Bites and Booze at Warehouse

Tasty Bites and Booze at Warehouse

On my latest culinary tour of Charleston, we was scheduled for a quick drink at Warehouse. A quick drink wasn’t enough.  This bar sits out of the main drag on Spring Street, and I don’t think I would have just strolled in on any given day, but now that I know it’s there?  I’m going to tellContinue Reading

The Obstinate Daughter

The Obstinate Daughter

  Late Spring, The Obstinate Daughter (2063 Middle Street) opened on Sullivan’s Island, SC.  I was invited to come try out the menu during my tasting tour of Charleston last month, and made reservations to get back there as soon as I hit the island again. The nautical themed restaurant is an absolute must for foodiesContinue Reading

Lunching Slightly North of Broad

Lunching Slightly North of Broad

Slightly North Of Broad or SNOB, as the locals refer to it, (192 East Bay Street Charleston) has been on my list for a while. It’s stomping ground for Executive Chef Frank Lee.  He’s like the godfather of Charleston’s culinary scene.  As I’ve said before, it’s hard to find a notable South Carolina chef whoContinue Reading

Dinner with Stars

Dinner with Stars

  During a recent culinary tour of Charleston, we met South City PR’s Angel Powell and her husband, Charleston’s famed chef Jimihatt (yes, that’s supposed to be one word) at Stars Rooftop and Grill (495 King Street) for a little rooftop imbibing and dinner.  I ordered up a Margarita and slurped it down while we chatted for aContinue Reading

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