Dame Helen Mitternight was interviewed by Charleston Grit about her Covid episodes of podcast Hidden F&B and the future of Charleston restaurants. Read the story.
Garden & Gun featured a recipe from Dame Ashley Strickland-Freeman's new Duke's Mayo cookbook. Read the story.
Dames Taneka Reaves and Johnny Caldwell were named by the Post and Courier as black bloggers to follow. Read the story.
The veep's wife visited Dame Katherine Frankstone at her Grey Ghost Bakery. Read the story.
The Atlanta Journal & Constitution featured Dame Ashley Strickland-Freeman's new Duke's Mayo cookbook.
Parade Magazine featured a recipe from Dame Ashley Strickland-Freeman's new Duke's Mayo cookbook.
Virtual Hospitality was featured in a Charleston Magazine roundup of do-gooders in food/bev. Read the story.
Dame Ashley Strickland-Freeman chatted all things Duke's on Dame Helen Mitternight's Hidden F&B podcast. Take a listen!
Lots of Dames represented by the latest BEST OF by City Paper, including:
Wildflour Pastry- Best Bakery
Callie's Hot Little Biscuit- Best Biscuit, Best Local Artisan Food Product
Red Orchids- Best Chinese
Christophe Artisan Chocolatier- Best Chocolatier
Tattooed Moose- Best Fries, Best Johns Island Bar, Best Johns Island Happy Hour, Best Late Night Menu
Sarah O'Kelley- Best Sommelier
The good work being done by Dames initiative Vital Hospitality CHS was featured in the Post & Courier! Read it!
Dame Tanya Gurrieri talks weddings post-Corona on the Hidden F&B podcast for Charleston Grit! Listen here
The Cocktail Bandits -- Dames Taneka Reaves and Johnny Caldwell -- were featured in Forbes Magazine.
Check out Dame Belinda Smith-Sullivan in the bottom right corner!
The Cocktail Bandits, aka Dames Johnny Caldwell and Taneka Reaves, were featured in the April Charleston Magazine.
The Hidden F&B podcast has switched its focus during the quarantine to focus on fundraising for the food & bev's largest affected employers.
Did you see the article in the latest Local Palate with a recipe from Jenni Ridall and her new hubby, Mike Latta?
Also in the latest Local Palate, Nathalie Dupree talks about ease in entertaining...who hasn't been impressed with her hostessing skills?
Grey Ghost Bakery cookies are now in the bakery departments of all Whole Foods stores in the South Region! That’s 44 stores in SC, NC, GA, TN, AL and MS!
Have you gotten yours yet? Is your restaurant selling it yet? Tatooed Moose is, and so is the Obstinate Daughter. What about you? This is a special brew from Holy City Brewing for the chapter and it features a brief story of Eliza Seymour Lee, a pivotal figure in Charleston's culinary history and an ancestor of our own Dame Robin Griffith! It also describes a bit about what we do. Contact Jen Kulick for more info. Check it out!
Our very own Danielle Wecksler helped put together this important report on industry trends -- what's the next hot flavor? Get the report in the member section of www.ldei.org