New South Family Dinner

Chef Frank Lee and Gerald Henderson. Photo by Charleston Magazine Sunday, April 12th Summerland Farm | Cartersville, GA Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, co-chefs and owners of some of Atlanta’s most distinguished restaurants including Bacchanalia and Abattoir, will host the annual New South Family Supper on Sunday, April 12th in Cartersville, Georgia.  The dinner benefits the Southern Foodways Alliance, an organization that documents, … Read More

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Soda City Suds Week: Craft Beer and Food Pairing Class

On Thursday March 26, 2015 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., Charleston Cooks! Columbia will host Old Mill Brew Pub‘s brewmaster Matt Rodgers, who will discuss the various flavors and pairings of craft beer with food. Rodgers was producing craft beer from his home before attending a brewery institute to further his skills and education. Now a masterbrewer, Rodgers operates Old Mill Brew Pub’s … Read More


COLUMBIA, SC – February 25, 2015 – Beginning Thursday, March 19th Charleston Cooks! Columbia introduces Carolina Kitchen, a regularly scheduled demonstration-style cooking class celebrating the classic Southern cuisine of the Midlands region. Guided by our local culinary experts at Charleston Cooks!, guests will learn tips and techniques about using versatile South Carolina-grown products and in-season ingredients to make classic and … Read More

High Cotton and Orin Swift Present: LOCATIONS – Food & Wine from Afar

GREENVILLE, S.C. (February 13, 2015) – On Wednesday, February 25 at 6:30 pm, High Cotton Greenville will host a five-course prix fixe gourmet dinner that will take guests on a journey around the world with wine and food.  The tantalizing menu will showcase internationally inspired flavors, paired with wines from the Orin Swift Locations collection. Gourmand trips to Italy, Spain, … Read More


The docu-series “2Fat2Fly” introduces Corey and Ramone, two best friends and creative geniuses who have big dreams for 2Fat2Fly, their small-town food truck business. This season’s premiere on the OWN network will take place Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 9 p.m. The Columbia, SC duo invented a revolutionary twist on a culinary classic: stuffed chicken wings. Their secret stuffing technique puts savory … Read More

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Maverick Employee Appreciation Party 2015

We had a fabulous time at our annual Employee Appreciation Party this past Sunday at Founder’s Hall at Charlestowne Landing! One day each year, all Maverick Southern Kitchens locations close and we throw a costume party bash and relay race to celebrate and thank our staffs for another successful year. This year’s theme was Famous Americans! Big thanks to Auto … Read More


Cake & Whiskey Greenville

A big thank you to Cake & Whiskey Greenville for joining us at Charleston Cooks! Greenville for a night of food and spirits! Nicole Livengood of Gap Creek Gourmet spoke on building her business’s social media following to a group of 55 women. Cakes were provided by Chef Mark Pollard and Julie McGuire of Charleston Cooks! Greenville, and whiskey was supplied … Read More


Growfood Carolina Charleston Gold Rice Celebration

  Everything is CHARLESTON GOLD at this party! On February 6th from 6-9 p.m., Growfood Carolina will include a program with experts, historians, writers, farmers, researchers and of course, chefs, highlighting why rice is such an important part of our local culture. Growfood will take you on a Charleston Gold journey from the history of rice in the Lowcountry, to … Read More


Old Village Post House Compost Initiative

The Old Village Post House is taking big strides in becoming a more eco-friendly business. So big, in fact, that the restaurant no longer has a dumpster. The Old Village Post House joined the Charleston Green Business Initiative in November 2014, a program that allows the city to encourage and track local businesses taking steps to improve energy consumption, water … Read More


Best of Charleston 2015

Slightly North of Broad and High Cotton are proud to be nominated for this year’s Charleston City Paper “Best of Charleston” awards! Slightly North of Broad has been nominated for “Best Shrimp & Grits” and High Cotton has been nominated for “Best Steak”. Please visit before February 17th to vote!