My tour was led by a very knowledgeable guide born and raised in Charleston named David. This is not an eating tour (that would cost much, much more). It is a sampling tour for those who like to cook and want to learn about regional food preparation, production and history. We were educated about local restaurants and taken to a store on East Bay that sold a wide variety of kitchen/cooking supplies, as well as to a shop that sold locally grown spices.
We sampled stone ground grits at a local eatery once featured on Diners and Dives, pralines, spices, greens and local barbecue.
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