The creme de la creme of French stews, really nothing tops this beloved classic stew for flavor and presentation. And, it’s suprisingly easy to make. It’s all outlined here in my recent post on The Permanent Tourist Charleston. Enjoy!
Here’s some visual stimulation for you!
Don’t forget to chime in to try and wine a copy of my latest cookbook. Details at the end of the post link (above).
As always – bon appetit!
As I discuss in the link to this recent post below, there is a lot more to do in Charleston and specifically on super popular Upper King Street than eat. This part of town is packed with fun things to do with the family – for not a lot of money. Here’s the link:
A very authentic taste of France has arrived in Charleston. Chez Nous is authentic, charming and delicious. And, she joins a gaggle of tasty new French enterprises in town.
You don’t want to miss out an all of the bounty soup provides – long, slow simmering, delicious aromas, and incredible tasting food. Here’s a beautiful recipe for shrimp bisque from today’s post and my soon-to-be-released new book:
For all the years I’ve lived in Charleston, Middleton Place’s allure has only gotten stronger. The restaurant is better than ever and the unparalleled views lovely. The grounds are loaded with things to do and see, including the oldest landscaped gardens in this country, and visits with the heritage breeds that occupy the stable yard. Read more about this magical place in my recent post on charleston.thepermanenttourist.com:
Food is delicious here, too.