Monday March 10, 2014
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This Month's Features
A Recipe for Life in Charleston
When Guilds Hollowell and I sat down to chat late one afternoon, he was getting ready for a musical performance that evening at the The Southern, a restaurant/bar on Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. Earlier that day, he led a culinary tour in one of the peninsula’s main restaurant districts that introduces locals and visitors to Southern cuisine prepared the Charleston way as well as the history of the city. “I have probably cooked about 350 pigs in my life,” admits Guilds, a native of the area who left for 32 years before returning to the Lowcountry. Regarding the pig roasts, Guilds said he used an assortment of secret Charleston recipes that he retrieved from an older woman named Dah, who worked and cooked for his Grandmother and for his Father when he was growing up. She also shared her secrets with his Mother when she married his Father. She shared her secrets with me when she realized I was marrying a girl from Michigan. “Ain’...
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by Torrey Monroe
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