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De-stress your holiday cooking with these great tips.
Cooking a holiday meal for family and friends is a heaping helping of excitement with a pinch of stress. And if you're like most holiday cooks, you want everything to be exactly right. From perfectly cooked dressing to helpful ideas on other great dishes, the chefs at Charleston Cooks! have a list of do-ahead tips that will make your holiday meal preparation a little easier.

South Carolina is made for delicious holiday gift ideas.
Make your list and check it twice, but no matter who's on your holiday list this year, edible gifts from South Carolina are sure to please. From benne wafers to American Classic Tea to Certified South Carolina farm-fresh products, tasty gift ideas can be found throughout the Palmetto State. Get a South Carolina cookbook for the friend who loves to try new recipes or barbecue sauces for the griller in your family. And the best part about these delicious South Carolina gifts? No long lines. Buy a taste of South Carolina today.

Enjoy a Victorian England feast in Charleston.
This holiday season, join Charleston's Circa 1886 restaurant in revisiting Charles Dickens' novel, A Christmas Carol, during the annual Dickens Dinner. Storyteller Tim Lowry will narrate the classic as you feast on a Victorian England-inspired four-course meal. The menu, prepared by Executive Chef Marc Collins, will feature cider-brined pork loin as the main course. Dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 15. Tickets are $70 and reservations are required.

Kick off your holidays at the Elgin Catfish Stomp.
Get the holidays off to a good start with some mouth-watering catfish stew, fun activities for the kids and a parade at the Elgin Catfish Stomp. Mark your calendars for Saturday, Dec. 4.

Sweet Potato Pie!
You can't have Thanksgiving or Christmas without a little bit of sweet potato pie. This simple recipe is an instant classic that your holiday guests will love.

Sweet honor for South Carolina confectionary.
Patricia Green, owner of The Chocolate Tree in Beaufort, was recently inducted into the international Candy Hall of Fame. Stop by 507 Carteret St. for a taste of her world-famous chocolate.

O-Ku featured in Esquire magazine.
O-Ku, a high-end sushi restaurant in downtown Charleston, has been named one of the nation's 20 Best New Restaurants in the November issue of Esquire magazine. Check it out on your next trip.
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