Vincent Caradonna has traveled the world in his quest to make wonderful chocolates. He's a native of Annecy, France and after falling in love with a South Carolina native, he recently settled in Greenville and opened Le Petit Croissant. Here he bakes croissants, breads, and
The ancient technique of mixing ground wheat with water might be one of the oldest recipes in the world. Most ancient civilizations made noodles, and it's the result of a natural progression of making bread. Cous cous, Orzo, Orechiette, Fettucine, Ravioli; across time and cultures,
Surely "cancer" is the most frightening word in the English language. We all know someone, a loved one, that's lost the battle with cancer. And just what exactly is cancer and how does our diet affect whether we get, or survive cancer? I met Steve
Tulum, Mexico tops our charts of 2018. If you're the type that keeps up with travel news, you've probably heard of Tulum. It's about a two hour drive south of Cancun yet worlds apart. Cancun is the "let's get hammered with cheap tequila" capital of
The funky location, all those angular interior lines, the ever changing menu, the willingness to try just about anything
"Mexican food is meant to be affordable"
That's a quote from an early Google review of El Thrifty obviously written by someone that's a) never been to Mexico and b) routinely eats at so-called "Mexican" restaurants that would be lost without their can opener.
If you've never
Are you a fan of grits, polenta, corn bread and its starting blocks of corn meal? Then say hello to Colonial Milling's Jon and Michelle Stauffer. They're growing heirloom varieties of corn on their 250+ year-old farm in Pauline, SC and turning them into the
When I was a kid, we had our choce of two small butcher shops in a five mile radius. And this was in a small town of less than 10,000 people. When grocery stores became so large that they sold everything from underwear to cigars,
Jeannie Hall is better known as the Bossy Baker. She's a fan of butter, flour, sugar, and eggs and she lives for turning those simple ingredients into wonderful cakes, pies, cookies and more. Recently she joined us at Tin Roof Farm where she got to
Will McCameron is the epitome of the new American brewer. After apprenticing to local brewery Thomas Creek, he and several partners set up shop in Greenville with an eye on making traditional German and old world style beers, with a local flavor. Indeed, his Quittin'