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South Carolina is made for strawberry pickin'.
Pickin' time is almost here. Visit Cottle Strawberry Farm's new location on Trotter Road in Columbia or Ambrose Family Farm on Wadmalaw Island for great pickin'. Breland Hill Strawberry Barn in Ruffin is a great place to relax in the picnic area or watch the kids have a ball on the playground. Or if you don't want to worry about dirt and mud, head to the mulched aisles of Hunter Farms in Easley. No matter which location you choose, the pickin' will be perfect.

It's all about the berries in South Carolina.
If you're looking for strawberry festivals, South Carolina's got 'em. The Lowcountry Strawberry Festival at Boone Hall Plantation offers amusement rides, a pie eating contest and musical performances, while you can enjoy pony rides and games with your berries at the Aiken Strawberry Festival on May 7. How about a strawberry festival on a farm? Just head to McLeod Farms' Strawberry Festival in McBee on May 14. And if you're in the Rock Hill area, head to Fort Mill May 6-7 and enjoy the foot-stompin' "strawberry jam" at the South Carolina Strawberry Festival, or the delicious treats at the Strawberry Festival in Slater on May 21.

Spring time is strawberry dessert time.
Dessert anyone? These springtime treats are the pick of the season. While you're out enjoying the mild weather at a South Carolina State Park, try these camping recipes for strawberry dazzle crunch cake and fruit cake sticks. They're fun and simple recipes that the whole family will love.

Charleston chefs, restaurants named James Beard semi-finalists.
With Charleston being known for its delightful culinary scene, it's no wonder a group of five chefs and restaurants are semi-finalists for the 2011 James Beard awards, one of the highest honors for professionals in the culinary industry. Click here to find out which ones made the cut.

Coastal Uncorked
Paula Deen will host a cooking demonstration at the 2011 Coastal Uncorked Food, Wine & Spirits Festival in Myrtle Beach, May 8-15. The festival features a restaurant week, a wine tasting trolley tour, outdoor entertainment, a golf tournament and more. Get your tickets today!

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