/ by Jonathan Ammons / photo by Eli Warren You may not think of rice when you think of American farms, but perhaps you should. Rice was very much a part of southern agriculture as any other staple crop. Whether...
/ by Kim Buffington / photography by Eli Warren Simple pleasures sure are enjoying their moment in the sun. Flowers from the garden. Walks in the neighborhood. Fresh fruits and vegetables from nearby farms. Lucky for us here  in South Carolina,...
/ story and photography by Pete Martin I get it: there’s an excitement about removing a cork that adds to the wine-drinking experience that screw caps don’t bring to the table. But while we could debate the pros and cons...
/ menu by Chef Philip Bollhoefer / table by Chelsea Lane Photography The duo of Chelsea and Philip Bollhoefer return to bring us seasonal inspiration. With a prompt of “Carolina trout” we turned them loose for a definitive summer table. Chef...
/ story and photography by Pete Martin   Visit most wine stores and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the wines from a seemingly endless number of wineries. But in reality, the number of producers is far greater than what's...
/ by Kim Buffington / photography by Chelsea Lane Photography There’s a reason that honey is a term  of endearment – it’s a sweetness that we can’t live without. Its robust flavor profile puts honey at the top of the...
/ by Stephanie Burnette / photography by Chelsea Lane Photography Brining, pickling and preserving are age-old practices, adding seasonal flavor to meats and produce. The steps are simple but require some time to sit around and marry, which equates to...
/ written and photographed by Pete Martin It doesn’t take much to make me happy. Give me a loaf of crusty bread, a chunk of cheese and a bottle or two of wine, and I am set. Unfortunately, while many...
/ by Pete Martin  / photography by Pete Martin and Robert Bradley   Now is truly a great time to be a gin lover. If you don't believe me, just look at the shelves at your favorite spirits shop. Next to...
/ by Julia Sibley-Jones / photography by Chelsea Lane Photography Humans love mushrooms and I think the proof is in how we have lovingly and whimsically named them such as Chicken of the Wood, Fairy Ring, Hedgehog, Hen of the...