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Food & Drink

A Life Full of Gullah Geechee Food, Gathered in a Beautiful Cookbook

“All of it is in my brain, my heart, and my hands,” says the matriarch of Edisto Island, who generously shares her family recipes

Recipes

Fried Shrimp the Lowcountry Way

Plus, two seafood sauce recipes

Conservation

Standing up for Lowcountry Bats

A disappearing species finds potential refuge on the Carolina coast

Food & Drink

How to Make Classic Shrimp and Grits

Take cues from generations of cooks on Edisto Island, South Carolina: Master this basic recipe, then build on it

Arts & Culture

Twine & Twig Has the World on a String

Two Charlotte sisters turn a love of the land into a beloved jewelry line

Food & Drink

Shrimp and Carolina Gold Rice “Grits”

A Chinese-accented take on a Lowcountry favorite

Southern Masters

A Lowcountry Legend: Mary Jackson

With a devotion to perfection and a penchant for innovation, Mary Jackson has taken the age-old art of sweetgrass basket weaving to the world stage

17 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

7th Annual Lowcountry Field Feast

Garden & Gun partners with Lowcountry Local First to host the annual Lowcountry Field Feast at Highwire Distillery in downtown Charleston, South Carolina

Weddings

Eat, Drink, and Be Married

For a chef and his bride, good food and close friends are the recipe for a party to remember

Sporting

Rice, Ducks, and the Story of the Lowcountry

A new book traces the history and conservation legacy of the Carolina Lowcountry

19 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Inside the Book: Rice & Ducks

A new book traces the history and conservation legacy of the Carolina Lowcountry

Land & Conservation

The Gullah Woodsman: Bill Green

Deep in the South Carolina Lowcountry, Roger Pinckney sits down with Bill Green––huntsman, horse whisperer, chef, and dog trainer––to hear what he’s learned from a lifetime on the land they both love


Sporting

The Call of the Hunt

Members of the Middleton Hunting Club take to the woods in a century-old ritual