“The black truffle found in PĂ©rigord and Provence, and now Chuckey, Tennessee, has dozens of fungal relatives, some of them used in cooking, a few of them not bad at all, none of them its equal in beauty or bouquet. Once cleaned, the black PĂ©rigord truffle glitters. Cut open, the veins resemble mica. (When they are cooked, the marbling disappears.)” Alan Richman, GQ
The Double Cola Company was founded in Chattanooga, TN, by Charles D. Little and Joe S. Foster. Named so, because itâ€™s 12 ounce bottle was twice the size of other soda bottles being sold at the time.
Anson Mills is proud to provide America’s finest chefs with fresh native stone-ground organic ingredients. We cold mill all ingredients to order, chill vac pac them immediately, and ship them same day.
Established in 1998 the company produces Hand- made mill goods from organic heirloom grains.
Glenn Roberts is a Charleston based historic restoration consultant and 30 year veteran of restaurant and hotel concept design and devoted artisan of milled goods.
Family owned and operated farm since1933 that consists of two 4 acre organic fields, and one 10 acre conventional field.
We strive to produce top quality organic and conventional herbs and produce with an emphasis on using as many natural farming methods possible.
They specialize in heirloom tomatoes but grow a little of everything, from Arugula to Zucchini.
Naturally cured Aged Kentucky Country Ham is processed by hand, our own, and hangs in the smokehouse for nearly one year before it’s offered to our customers. Sold by the pound, available as an uncooked or cooked product, the ham can be purchased from our store only and shipped to the destination of your choice. Among the finest dry-cured hams the world has to offer, Newsom’s authentic aged Kentucky country ham is a gourmet and country delicacy.
The Charleston Tea Plantation is located on historic Wadmalaw Island in the heart of the Lowcountry of South Carolina. The history of the Island dates back to mid-June of 1666 when it is believed that Captain Robert Sanford and the crew of the Berkeley Bay landed on the shores of what is now known as Rockville, South Carolina. On June 23, 1666, he and his crew claimed the land for England and the Lords Proprietors.