In the burgeoning world of custom culinary knife making, three Lowcountry men are carving their niches.
In Jamesville, North Carolina, population 502, the Cypress Grill is the last of its kind—a fish fry shack built on a riverbank and only open the four months of the late-winter spawning season.
When the weather turns cold, our cravings turn toward the warm and comforting side of the menu. We want substantial and soul-soothing soup, and plenty of it. Big bubbling pots of homemade soup make a kitchen smell prosperous.
In 2011 the cast and the crew of the hit movie The Hunger Games descended on Asheville and the surrounding area for a three-month shoot. While it was ostensibly the dense forests and charming rural communities in the region that attracted the producers, in fact it might well have been Asheville’s burgeoning beer scene that brought Katniss and crew to “Beer City USA.”