How about one more Charleston post to round out the week and prep us for a long weekend? Who knows, maybe your Labor Day weekend is taking you to Charleston and you’ve been in search of the perfect spot for pork belly!
If you’re gonna have a good meal, you’ve gotta follow that up with a good dessert!
Today’s post is about three of my favorite places for shrimp and grits in Charleston.
If it isn’t obvious by now, my family loves food. Since I basically spent all of June staying with my sister in Charleston, we had plenty of opportunities for eating. If you’re a bbq lover like we are, you need to try Swig & Swine.
What’s not to love about a place where the servers are wearing shirts like “I like pig butt and I cannot lie” and “My brisket brings all the girls to the yard”? Continue reading
I have a massive sweet tooth. I love all food, but it seems like doughnuts, cookies, and cupcakes have a hypnotizing effect on me. My mom is an amazing baker, which is probably the reason I appreciate a moist, buttery cake buried beneath an inch of icing. Cakes in the Lauzon household are no joke. They are also one of the reasons I force myself to run. Continue reading
Like most people, I love Charleston, South Carolina. Luckily for me, I have family there, and my sister (I’ll refer to her as “E”) just moved there this summer (lucky dog!), so I have plenty of reasons to visit. After getting my sister settled, I stuck around for about a month (a huge advantage to teaching at a college) and gained plenty of weight trying out all the food stops. I regret nothing.
One of the great places we tried was 82 Queen. We’d had our brunch eyes on this cute little place, so after church one Sunday, we headed down to the historic French Quarter.