Rebels with a View

A bounty of French Impressionists lands at Telfair Museums By Amy Paige Condon When Telfair Museums staged “Monet and American Impressionism” three years ago, the exhibit’s narrative arc illuminated Claude Monet’s influence on…

Roasted Rack of Lamb

Inspired by Chef Matt Roher of Sea Pines 2 (8 rib) frenched racks of lamb trimmed of all but a thin layer of fat 1 1⁄2 teaspoons kosher salt 3⁄4 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon vegetable oil Herb coating 3 garlic cloves, minced 1⁄4…

Trouble

A lonely guardian of the docks looks away mournfully in front of an old fish house on Wadmalaw Island. Trouble brings love and comfort to all who pass this way.  

Whiteboot Brotherhood

Saturday afternoons in Beaufort is a perfect time to ride out to St. Helena Island to purchase shrimp and blue crab fresh from the rickety weathered docks at Gay Seafood Company. Here is a place of billowing marsh grass, shorebirds, and silent…

What is a Whiteboot Hero

The term “whiteboot” is used throughout the brotherhood of fisherman all over the world. Coined from the use of rubber whiteboots to keep their feet dry and protected whether on the deck of a shrimp boat, crab boat or walking on oyster beds.…

Glorious Spring

In the South, more than just food is made in the kitchen. Family and friends come together, relationships are strengthened, longstanding traditions are passed down and new traditions begin. As the warm spring breezes give way to the dawning…

Fish Tales

Painting by William M. Rhett III. Our South Carolina coast with its miles of rivers, creeks and estuaries is home to hundreds of species of fish, birds, and animals. The redfish are the rulers of these waters. During high tides, the Reds take…

Vincent Chaplin

Story by Andrew Branning (Publisher) In Memory of a Hero (1969-2017) Sometimes people come into our lives for only a season. Whether it is a professor, co-worker or an oysterman. God has a way of using these people to slap us in the face…