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Charleston Food + Drink Worth Seeking

Charleston, South Carolina is a Southern city with a rich history that predates the Revolutionary War. Phenomenal architecture, homes and gardens remain, and the dining scene, per capita, rivals any city in the U.S....
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Interview: Chef Robert Stehling of Hominy Grill discusses Holidays, Home Cooking, Signature Dishes + More

North Carolina native Robert Stehling started cooking professionally in college, at Chapel Hill’s legendary Crook’s Corner, before heading north to New York. He worked in comfort food emporiums like Home and Sarabeth’s Kitchen, plus...
Restaurant Mural Charleston

Week in Pictures: Butcher & Bee, Cajun Grocer + Cappuccino

Every week involves a steady stream of food, drinks and people. Of course not every taste or conversation is post-able, but the range of experiences is usually pretty amazing. Lucky me. Discover highlights from...
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Hominy Grill (Breakfast): Grits are Good For You in the A.M. [CLOSED]

Even though Hominy Grill resides outside Charleston’s historic core, chef Robert Stehling has still managed to cultivate a national reputation on the strength of his refined Southern food and the charming setting. In 2000,...
Restaurant Mural Charleston

Hominy Grill (Dinner): Racking Up Hits, And Not Just With Grits [CLOSED]

According to Rosie, “Grits are good for you.” Chef Robert Stehling and wife Nunally Kersh took her advice to heart when they opened their Southern restaurant in 1996, naming Hominy Grill for grit’s core...
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Hominy Grill: Praising Lowcountry Lunch on the Patio [CLOSED]

Since Chef Robert Stehling opened Hominy Grill with wife Nunally Kersh in 1996, they’ve garnered countless accolades, including Matt and Ted Lee’s four-part profile in the New York Times. I ate breakfast there years...