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Hunting Guinea fowl in downtown Charleston

A lot of people have asked about the feral Guinea Fowl of Lamboll Street we feature on page 196 of our new Charleston Cookbook. Here is a video we took of a “hunt” down a garden path on Lamboll St that captures the sensitivity of the birds, and the high-pitched sound of their “alarm.” Enjoy!

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Ted’s poignant essay on coming-of-age and eating Dad’s chipped beef appeared on SeriousEats.com recently, in their popular “Comfort Food Diaries” series, and got great pick-up on social media! To read it, click here.

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The folks behind the brilliant PBS Television series “Mind of a Chef,” recently asked both Matt and Ted to contribute each of their favorite kitchen playlists to the “Omakasette” page of their website. For Matt’s “Beats for Shucking Oysters and Picking Blue Crabs,” click here.

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#3 in a Series of Posts About the Decisions You Need to Make If You Want to Publish A Cookbook. By Matt and Ted, Sergeants at Cookbook Boot Camp in Charleston, SC The French Laundry Cookbook, The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook, The Big Jones Cookbook, The Balthazar Cookbook, The Hali’imaile General Store Cookbook, NOMA. If you [...]

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#2 in a Series of Posts About the Decisions You Need to Make If You Want to Publish A Cookbook. By Matt and Ted, Sergeants at Cookbook Boot Camp in Charleston, SC One of the first questions chefs typically ask us about cookbook publishing has nothing to do with writing or recipes but rather the [...]

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