Sean Brock of Husk Restaurant, a gourmet food destination in Charleston, creates amazing cuisine, and like me is a lover of Allan Benton and his Smoky Mountain Country hams and bacon, procured in Madisonville, Tennessee. When he opened Husk he says, â€ť I knew we had to have a cheeseburger on the menu!â€ť
“If it doesnâ€™t come from the South, itâ€™s not coming through the door,” Huskâ€™s James Beard Award-winning chef, Sean Brock, has famously proclaimed. Heâ€™s even struck olive oil from the kitchen. No matter, the market-driven menu doesnâ€™t need it (this coming from an olive oil addict). Husk is a pork loverâ€™s dream (glazed pigâ€™s ear […]
One of the most lauded food staples in Charleston is Carolina gold rice, which I readily purchased with an accompanying silver spoon at a gift shop. But for a bit more extravagant treatment, I head to Husk, where James Beard Awardâ€“winning chef Sean Brock uses it as one of the key ingredients on his modern […]
The food scene in this iconic city keeps getting better; you could stay for a week and still not discover all the great meals. Here are our favorite Charleston restaurants for your next trip.
Charleston chef Sean Brock (Husk, McCradyâ€™s) loves cheeseburgers. He says, â€śIf I had to pick one thing that made me the happiest when I ate it, it would certainly be a cheeseburger.â€ť
We, here at Hams + Yams, love Southern food. We have a fondness for the way different folks from different regions can take a dish and filter it through their background and it comes out with its own subtle, historical food narrative. Each chefâ€™s story coming through in the dish, each bite telling a story. […]
The Daily Meal recently published our 101 Best Burgers in America for 2014, and in order to compile our ranking, we assembled a list of nearly 200 burgers from all across the country, from Spruce Pine, North Carolina to Hillsboro, Oregon. We then divided these burgers by region, and compiled a survey that was taken […]
These days, you can’t open a magazine without an article heralding Charleston as a must-see culinary destination. Between the perennial appeal of Lowcountry staples like benne wafers, shrimp and grits, and oyster roasts and the highbrow, high-profile chefs like Sean Brock, Mike Lata, and Craig Diehl, and the Holy City is truly a culinary jewel […]