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DISH ‌ Our Bi-Annual Dining Guide DISH ‌ Our Bi-Annual Dining Guide The last half of 2005 resulted in a whole lotta change in Charleston’s food scene February 08, 2006
REVIEW: Ted's Butcherblock REVIEW: Ted's Butcherblock Meat so good you'll want to beat your dog January 11, 2006
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Athens Restaurant RESTAURANT REVIEW: Athens Restaurant Morphed from restaurant into strip mall destination November 09, 2005
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Hopsing's RESTAURANT REVIEW: Hopsing's Chinese, without the cookie November 16, 2005
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Palais de Jade RESTAURANT REVIEW: Palais de Jade Ancient Chinese Secret January 25, 2006
RESTAURANT REVIEW: La Fourchette RESTAURANT REVIEW: La Fourchette Get schooled in authentic peasant food February 22, 2006

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  • Porkgasms and bacon explosions got nothin' on these dishes

    Nacho Mama's Tachos
      Ah, the era of health-consciousness. Smoking is banned in every building in the country except the RJ Reynolds plant (or at least it seems that way), and the selection of low-fat, low-cholesterol, low-sugar, low-carb foods grows by the day. But fortunately, there is a counterculture to be found. It's a segment of society that cares not for the chaste semi-pleasures of dietary piety, and instead says, "I want it all, I want it now." We, um, I mean, "those people," shun the calorie counters and Nicorette chewers and instead enjoy life as it was meant to be — smothered in cheese and piled high with bacon. Side of ranch please.
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  • Two guys with a passion find a sudsy niche at the CBX

    Beer Central
      When I was 15 years old, I wanted beer. So, I did what any rational teenager would do — I mail-ordered ingredients, got a recipe from the library, and cooked up a batch of "Super Strong Stout" in my neighbor's house. When my mother found me, she explained that this was not an activity included in "watching the house" while the neighbors were out of town.
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  • RESTAURANT REVIEW: La Fourchette

    Get schooled in authentic peasant food
      Finally, somebody found the right space for the right restaurant at the right time, and then sealed the deal by running it right. I'm talking about La Fourchette. Taking over the room formerly occupied by King Fish on Upper King Street, La Fourchette has remodeled to fit the concept, and the concept is indeed worthy. And, no, it has nothing to do with anatomy or piercing, at least not that I could tell.
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  • FEATURE ‌ Shift Meal

    Breaking bread with your restaurant family
  • DISH ‌ Our Bi-Annual Dining Guide

    The last half of 2005 resulted in a whole lotta change in Charleston’s food scene
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