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  • Summer Cranberry and Prosciutto Toast | Fri, 24 Aug 2018 19:56:17 +0000

    So recently I was invited to participate in a recipe challenge with Cape Cod Selects, a company that specializes in premium frozen cranberries. I haven’t done a lot of cooking with cranberries other than at Christmas time, so I thought it would be a fun challenge to adapt it for a summertime snack. Since I’m more into savory appetizers vs desserts (and cranberry desserts seemed too easy) I decided to do something a little different. It’s basically a play on a tomato-onion jam using cranberries as the main ingredient. I made this recipe over 4th of July and used the party as a chance to taste test the recipe on friends and family, and after some trial and error, I finally perfected a delicious appetizer / snack that I like to call: Summer Cranberry and Prosciutto Toast. Ingredients 2 sweet onions, thinly sliced 3 tbsp salted butter 12 oz Cape Cod Select premium frozen cranberries 2 roma tomatoes, diced 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper 1/4 orange juice 3 tbsp brown sugar 1 loaf of french bread, sliced and toasted 8 oz your favorite cheese (I used Tillamook White cheddar), sliced 6 oz thinly sliced Prosciutto Salt & Pepper to taste Olive oil […]

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  • Get Your Party On in July | Tue, 03 Jul 2018 12:30:03 +0000

    This is a sponsored post from Charleston Party Bus Summer is a season that is meant to be enjoyed! Here are three summer events in the Charleston area that you should pay attention to. From Fourth of July celebrations to foodie festivals, there’s a little something that every person can enjoy. If you need a way to get around town that doesn’t involve dealing with directions or spending a ton of time finding the best parking spot, check out this information on Charleston Party Bus Pricing. July 4 4th of July Blast at Patriots Point 40 Patriots Point Rd This is one of the big fourth of July celebrations in the area. You have the option of watching the fireworks on board a historic warship, the USS Yorktown. General admission tickets are $40 if you want to go this route, but the onshore celebration is completely free and there will be food trucks in attendance. This a great way to celebrate the holiday with the community! July 9, 11, 12, 13 #Brick4HappyHour 24 Ann Street On Monday, July 9 and Wednesday, July 11 – Friday, July 13, from 4 – 7pm, The Brick is giving guests the opportunity to pay […]

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  • Bay Street Biergarten | Fri, 29 Jun 2018 15:34:04 +0000

    I’ve long been a fan of Bay Street Biergarten’s party scene. They sure know how to throw a killer brunch and trivia night. I’ve been to so many events there, and they’ve all been even more fun than the last. So when I heard they were introducing some new menu items in honor of their 5th birthday, I was excited to say the least. The first thing(s) I sampled was the The Biergarten Experience (the full meat and haus boards served on a giant platter. Serves 8 – 10, $40). And let me tell you, it was an experience. So you’ve got smoked wings, smoked ribs, smoked kielbasa, pickled veggies, a giant soft pretzel, pimento cheese bites, freaky taters, and the BSB Spatzle. Phew. It was all delicious, so instead of doing everything individually, I’m just going to highlight my faves: the freaky taters (tater tots topped with smoked cheese sauce, demi-glace, bacon jam, green onions) are always a winner, as are the pimento cheese bites and the soft pretzel. The BSB spätzle (spätzle, sautéed spinach, mushrooms, onions, smoked cheese sauce, smoked kielbasa, pretzel breadcrumbs, asiago cheese, served with fried pita chips) was basically like spatzle mac and cheese, and it […]

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  • Jarlsberg® Swiss Fondue Burger Recipe | Thu, 28 Jun 2018 14:54:11 +0000

    Since 4th of July is fast approaching and we’re all looking forward to a week(ish) of  toasting to summer, there’s nothing that says “summertime” quite like a delicious burger grilled outside in the open air. Something about food off the grill just tastes like it’s better for you (or at least that’s what I’ll keep telling myself after my 2nd burger). via GIPHY Here’s a recipe for a burger that’ll leave for your 4th of July guests salivating and wanting more. It comes from Chef George Duran and it marries 2 of my favorite things: meat and melted cheese. Ingredients For the burger 1 tbsp panko breadcrumbs 1 tbsp heavy cream 1 1/2 lb ground beef 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 tbsp salt 1/4 tbsp. black pepper 4 sesame seed burger buns, buttered Lettuce Chopped scallions Red pepper flakes (optional) For the Jarlsberg® fondue sauce: 2 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp flour 1 C. of whole milk 1 1/2 C. of grated Jarlsberg® cheese Instructions In a small bowl, mix the breadcrumbs and heavy cream until absorbed ( about 3 – 4 minutes) In a large bowl, mix the beef with the garlic and breadcrumb mixture until combined. Season with salt […]

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  • Balao | Fri, 25 May 2018 17:04:41 +0000

    When it was announced that one of my favorite restaurants, Burwell’s, was opening up a rooftop seafood restaurant, I was pumped as hell. I went in to try it with my bar set really high, knowing already what the Burwells team was capable of accomplishing. I’m happy to say that Balao (pronounced Buh-Lay-Oh) met and exceeded my already high expectations. Let’s talk about everything I ate, shall we? (Just keep in mind that they change up the menu daily, so what I had might not be on the menu when you visit!) First up, it’s pretty much impossible to hang out on a rooftop bar without a drink in hand, so I started with the Summer Rose cocktail (pureed, rosé-soaked watermelon, tequila, elderflower liquer, mint, topped with sparkling rosé, $11). For as sweet as it sounds like it would be, it was actually super pleasant and very drinkable.   Next up, a group of us split the Ahi Tuna Nachos (poblano queso, blackened tuna, guacamole, corn pico, pintos, chiles, crema, $18), and holy shitsnacks were they good. That poblano queso is something else! It’s the perfect combo of cheesy and smoky. My favorite part is that they layer the toppings […]

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  • Featured Foodie: The Castejóns | Thu, 17 May 2018 15:01:40 +0000

    Are y’all hungry? I am. That’s because I’ve been stalking this month’s Featured Foodie on Instagram while writing this post, and y’all, I’m straight up drooling. If you’re not already familiar with The Castejóns (pronounced cast-uh-hones… I still have PTSD from when I mispronounced it the first time I met them), they’re a married couple–Rachel and Alfonso– who put on Spanish pop-ups around town. Their food is deeeelicious (seriously, try the paella if you haven’t already), and they’re super fun and sweet people IRL. So without further ado, let’s meet The Castejóns! Don’t forget to pick up your copy of last week’s #WestOf newspaper before the new issue comes out tomorrow!! Get a little @cheffonzi and Rachel backstory and see what’s in store for The Castejóns this fall! #WestAshley #chseats #TasteofSpain . . . . . . . . . #chsdrinks #tuesday #cheflife #foodie #foodandbev #eatlocal #localpaper #newspaper #localeats #spanishfood #culinaryarts #eeeeeats #eater #eaterchs A post shared by Rachel and Alfonso (@thecastejons) on Aug 22, 2017 at 3:10am PDT What inspired y’all to start your pop-ups & how do you determine the recipes / menus you prepare? We started doing pop-ups because we knew we eventually wanted to own a restaurant, […]

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  • Quote of the Week 8/14/18: 2018 is the Year of the Bug | Mon, 14 May 2018 19:36:36 +0000

    I’m not sure how it’s Monday again, because I’m pretty sure Friday was only 20 minutes ago. Regardless, I had a pretty productive weekend: I watched all of Lost in Space on Netflix, I meal prepped for the week (something I’ve never really done before) and went to a HomeBrew Beer festival at Famulari’s Brewpub on James Island. One of the homebrewers made a beer out of ground crickets, and since I’ll try anything once, I grabbed a sample (it was anti-climactic: it only tasted like beer). This is the 2nd time in 2 months I’ve consumed some kind of bug, and this is not necessarily a trend I’d like to continue. I’ve pretty much only been drinking cocktails and rosé lately, so the beer festival was a nice reminder that I love drinking craft beer. In honor of that, here’s a quote from Arnold Schwarzenegger about the magical elixir that is beer.

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  • On Forty One | Fri, 11 May 2018 20:11:23 +0000

    A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of brunching at On Forty One in Mount Pleasant, Chef Brannon Florie’s post-Granary home. Living on Johns Island, it’s a bit of a trek for me to come out this way, but boy oh boy was it worth the drive! My besties from Atlanta were visiting, so we treated brunch like the sacred meal it was by ordering… pretty much everything on the menu. We started with a few brunch drinks, the Classic Bloody Mary ($5), the Spicy Bloody Mary ($5), and a Mimosa ($3). The mimosa was delicious, especially for it being only $3. This is the first time in my life that I’ve ever actually enjoyed a bloody mary, so that’s really high praise. Sean and Christine both loved their bloody marys, as seen by this unnecessarily necessary photographic evidence. We started with our first appetizer (because duh we ordered more than 1) of the Deviled Eggs (three house bacon, three smoked salmon and capers, $8). They were a perfect starter to the meal, as they were light and refreshing. I personally preferred the bacon ones, but the salmon ones were also good (these were Christine’s eggs of choice as […]

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  • Millers All Day | Fri, 04 May 2018 19:28:51 +0000

    As many of you probably already know, brunch isn’t just a meal, it’s a way of life. A way of life I take very seriously. In that I like to drink mimosas and eat eggs at pretty much any time of day. Also no one seems to frown on day drinking if you’re also eating a biscuit. What’s up with that. For far too long, brunch has been confined to just 1 or 2 days a week. BUT NO MORE! Millers All Day has entered the Charleston culinary scene to make brunch approachable for all at any time of day, any day of the week. I recently had the opportunity to try Millers for #TastemakersCHS (a group of foodie influencers on Instagram like me who love to eat). We tried a good portion of the food, drinks, happy hour, and dessert items, so I feel like I’m pretty qualified to offer a judgement on Millers. And that judgement is that IT’S DELICIOUS. Seriously, if you haven’t been, get there stat. Plus, it’s super cute and retro-chic inside. My first drink was the Chai Greyhound (Cannon Chai Vodka, Grapefruit, Ginger, Cinnamon, $9). I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but it […]

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  • Cinco De Mayo Recipes & Fun Facts | Wed, 02 May 2018 15:05:33 +0000

    Although I really don’t need any reason to want to drink a margarita, Cinco De Mayo is a nice excuse every year that usually comes with a lot of other fun perks: live mariachi bands, steep discounts on drinks and/or queso, and just a general air of festivity. According to a survey done by Drizly, over 50% of consumers said they will mainly drink margaritas on Cinco de Mayo this year, while a brave 26% are planning to take tequila shots (not for me, not since college. No thank you!). In a never ending margarita debate, almost 70% of people prefer their margaritas on the rocks, while only 16% prefer a frozen margarita. 6% will take any kind of margarita they can get. I’m definitely team on-the-rocks… what about you? Whether you’re planning to go out or satisfy your margarita fix at home or at a house party, there are plenty of ways to get festive this Cinco De Mayo. Enjoy these taco and cocktail recipes! Food BBQ Skirt Steak Tacos Serves 4 Recipe courtesy of Sarah Haas Ingredients 8 flour tortillas, warmed 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 tablespoon packed brown sugar ½ teaspoon kosher salt ½ teaspoon Hungarian […]

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