A lovely inn near Boone, NC begs for a visit to get away from Charleston’s heat. I visited here recently to teach some cooking classes from my cookbooks, and was awestruck with the Inn at Little Pond Farm. Here’s what I was served for breakfast one morning:
Here’s the full link from my blog: The Permanent Tourist Charleston
While you’re there, be sure to read about the cookbook giveaway of the advance copy of my latest release, The French Cook – Soups & Stews (Gibbs Smith, September 1) in the food and recipes column. She’s a beauty! Please comment and try to win.
Having called Charleston, SC home for over 14 years, and still loving it as much as ever, I continue to feel every day like a tourist in my own town. However, I know this town, restaurants, events, personality like a native. So, I decided to join forces with a blog franchise based out of Sea Island, Georgia. With the help of founder, Melissa Lee, I’ve just launched a new blog by the name of The Permanent Tourist, Charleston. In it, I’ll take you to all the best places to see, do, eat so that tourists and locals alike can help find all the wonders that call Charleston home.
Please come visit me there and subscribe if you’re interested in receiving regular posts. I’ll continue to post new posts from that blog here, as well as keep the events page and books news current on this website.
Today’s post is all about what makes baseball games so much fun at Charleston’s Minor Leaugue ballpark – The Joe!