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Home grown meat and threes.
South Carolina is peppered with meat and three restaurants serving locally grown produce. Each dish comes with a side of cornbread or roll and a heaping helping of Southern pride. In the Upstate, stop by The Steak House Cafeteria in Walhalla or Wade's in Spartanburg. Try Lizard's Thicket for delicious country cooking in Columbia. Bertha's Kitchen is the hot spot for soul food in North Charleston.



Add shades of green to fall and winter meals.
Southern sides stay green all season long. Take your pick of green veggies like collards, turnips and mustards to create satisfying sides that complement hearty meals perfect during fall and winter. For an added treat, soak up the flavorful liquid produced from boiling greens – affectionately referred to in the South as "potlikker" – with a slice or two of homemade cornbread. In the South, we make going green taste delicious!



Family meals with Southern soul.
If there's ever any doubt on how to prepare the best greens, the tastiest macaroni and cheese or the juiciest oven-baked fried chicken, a quick reference to Sylvia's Family Soul Food Cookbook will clear up any confusion. The famous Harlem restaurant owner, Sylvia Woods, learned her way around a kitchen growing up in Hemingway, SC. Her cookbook has more than 125 succulent Southern recipes. To buy it now, click here.

America's best B&B in South Carolina.
Charleston's Wentworth Mansion made Food Magazine's "America's Best Bed & Breakfasts." The AAA Five Diamond luxury hotel was selected for its modern amenities and fantastic foods.

Peninsula Grill welcomes a new head chef.
Graham Dailey is the new executive chef of the acclaimed Peninsula Grill. He has worked at the AAA Four Diamond establishment as chef de cuisine for the past eight years. Meet the chef.

The Macintosh opens its doors.
The Macintosh was recently added to Charleston's thriving dining scene. Chef Jeremiah Bacon combines his Lowcountry roots with classic culinary training. Click here to learn more.

Walk this way to the Chitlin' Strut.
Celebrate authentic South cuisine at the Chitlin' Strut Nov. 24th. The small town of Salley honors the Southern specialty every year at this family-friendly festival. To learn more, click here.
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