There are so many reasons why we love springtime in Charleston, and it’s undeniable that many of them have to do with food. Shrimp and seafood, grilling, rosé… and enjoying all of it outdoors, whether in a fragrant garden in the heart of the city, a park along the river’s edge, on a boat out…Read More
Eat Local Month is an annual campaign to get residents of the Lowcountry thinking more about where the food they eat each day comes from. Organized by Lowcountry Local First, Charleston’s advocate for a locally-based economy, the campaign takes advantage of the abundance of fresh, local produce that’s in season at this time of year…Read More
Lamb is one of the products we offer that many of our customers are less familiar with. A staple meat in many European countries, in the U.S. the average person only eats about a pound of lamb per year. Here it’s more often a choice for holiday meals and special occasions than for weeknight dinners…Read More
At Ted’s, we go to great lengths to source the best products we can find to stock our butcher case. In some cases, that means taking the time to make a product ourselves in-house. Such is the case with our housemade pastrami. Sure, it would be easy for us to source a New York-style pastrami…Read More
There’s something about cooking up a pot of soup or stew that warms our hearts in the depths of winter. Even in Charleston, where we’re fortunate to enjoy a relatively mild climate, the ritual of chopping vegetables, browning meat and simmering fresh ingredients over the course of an afternoon is a highlight of the drabbest…Read More
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