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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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We’re often asked, “Where’s your restaurant?” and though we don’t have one (thank heavens!), we’ve recently found a solution to the challenge of how to share our food with groups of people, both visitors and locals, in Charleston. Thanks to our collaboration with Duvall Events, the preeminent caterer in the Charleston area, we are able [...]

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On June 1, 1994, Florence Fabricant wrote about our boiled peanuts performance art project in The New York Times and got us started in the food business! What a thrilling journey it’s been—thanks Florence! (Our parents will never forgive you!!). To read Florence’s piece click here.

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Food Writers, Bloggers, Culinary Historians! Want to win a scholarship to Cookbook Boot Camp? Serious Eats is hosting a contest to win FREE tuition to our June session for writers in Williamsburg, Brooklyn! Check details here.

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We are thrilled to announce that two Cookbook Boot Camp sessions in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on June 15-17th (working chefs only) and on June 18-21 (bloggers, beverage professionals, and all others), 2014. Three more Charleston sessions will be announced soon for January 2015. For more information, and to register to receive the prospectus, go to thefoodlife.com.

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