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How should I eat? (Not too much)
—Michael Pollan

If it is so difficult to learn to cook, how did all those early pioneer women manage to cross the country in rugged covered wagons and feed troops of people from one big pot hung over an open fire?
—Marion Cunningham, from Learning to Cook

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—Michael Pollan

No matter how you slice it through, grain-fed meat production systems are a drain on the global food supply.
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ARMCHAIR TRAVELING

Sharing a fun southern culinary adventure  

Our lives feel in limbo, with many uncertainties, making our situations unlike anything we have experienced before.   Finding ways to stay connected and maintain some sense of calm, humor and positivity is vital.  If we can’t get out of our current confined reality, let’s try to nurture ourselves and share some of our memorable experiences- a great form of escape!

For ITKWB, we hope to continue to engage you in culinary delights, with hopes that you might reminisce on your own.  To off-set cabin fever, we hope that connecting with each other this way might help.

So, why write about a fun southern road trip sampling authentic and scrumptious southern local food in times like this?  Because our lives now have created more space and time to share special moments.    

I’m hoping that our blog will offer a fun and comforting distraction.  Perhaps it will inspire you to recall your own travel and culinary adventures.   Share them with us.  We promise to share ours in the coming months!

Our two- week adventure began with adopting a “Thelma and Louise”-with-a-happy-ending mantra and a promise to enjoy as much local fare as possible on our travels – Destination Boca Grande, Florida. Many thought Bronwyn and I were completely crazy to drive.  We drove anyway. And had some pretty interesting stops along the way. 

Our trip took us to three beautiful historic cities, Charleston, SC; Savannah, GA; and Alexandria, VA. We sampled the local food and experienced aspects of the culture and people who reside there. Somehow, with a dose of serendipity, we managed to arrive at each place at sunset, enjoying hues of pink, orange and even deep red, offering a good omen.  And dinner soon!

Charleston’s scrumptious southern food scene does not disappoint.  Combined with the warmth, spirit, architecture and fascinating history, it’s a lovely city all around.  We ate at 82 Queen, nestled in Charleston’s historic French Quarter and known for its gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine.  I tried a specialty – their award winning, She Crab Soup, rich with flavor and well worth the calories.  We shared two plates of succulent fried oysters on a bed of lettuce with a spicy aioli sauce. Our waitress was engaging and fun. Sitting at the bar chatting up the locals added to our experience.

For dessert, we decided to try a new spot, strolling down Meeting Road, a lively street, in search of pecan pie!  We stumbled into Hyman’s Seafood, established in 1890, and voted the best seafood in the Southeast for eight years.  The friendly host at the door convinced us that this was the place to have dessert.  We were led through a sprawl of rooms and seated at a table that had a brass plaque– Pat Conroy ate at this table.  We devoured a huge slice of chocolate pecan pie with whipped cream, and bread pudding too!  Turns out many famous people had dined here, plaques galore!  We could only imagine all the stories shared at these tables for 130 years!

On Sunday, the church bells tolled continuously as we strolled the historic district, graced with charming, well-kept southern homes and gardens.  The Charleston harbor dotted with boats shimmered that day, and from a local park vista, offered a magnificent view of this city.  Our 16-hour stay was far too brief, but the promise of returning someday was clear as a bell.

Next week, we’ll be back with Savannah adventures including an encounter with one of the local ghosts.

And this will be so much more fun if we ALL share our culinary adventures, whether they be close to home or treasured memories.  BE WELL- Keep Cooking!

Laurie Caswell Burke

Posted: 3-21-2020

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Sharing a fun southern culinary adventure  

Our lives feel in limbo, with many uncertainties, making our situations unlike anything we have experienced before.   Finding ways to stay connected and maintain some sense of calm, humor and positivity is vital.  If we can’t get out of our current confined reality, let’s try to nurture ourselves and share some of our memorable experiences- a great form of escape!

For ITKWB, we hope to continue to engage you in culinary delights, with hopes that you might reminisce on your own.  To off-set cabin fever, we hope that connecting with each other this way might help.

So, why write about a fun southern road trip sampling authentic and scrumptious southern local food in times like this?  Because our lives now have created more space and time to share special moments.    

I’m hoping that our blog will offer a fun and comforting distraction.  Perhaps it will inspire you to recall your own travel and culinary adventures.   Share them with us.  We promise to share ours in the coming months!

Our two- week adventure began with adopting a “Thelma and Louise”-with-a-happy-ending mantra and a promise to enjoy as much local fare as possible on our travels - Destination Boca Grande, Florida. Many thought Bronwyn and I were completely crazy to drive.  We drove anyway. And had some pretty interesting stops along the way. 

Our trip took us to three beautiful historic cities, Charleston, SC; Savannah, GA; and Alexandria, VA. We sampled the local food and experienced aspects of the culture and people who reside there. Somehow, with a dose of serendipity, we managed to arrive at each place at sunset, enjoying hues of pink, orange and even deep red, offering a good omen.  And dinner soon!

Charleston’s scrumptious southern food scene does not disappoint.  Combined with the warmth, spirit, architecture and fascinating history, it’s a lovely city all around.  We ate at 82 Queen, nestled in Charleston’s historic French Quarter and known for its gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine.  I tried a specialty - their award winning, She Crab Soup, rich with flavor and well worth the calories.  We shared two plates of succulent fried oysters on a bed of lettuce with a spicy aioli sauce. Our waitress was engaging and fun. Sitting at the bar chatting up the locals added to our experience.

For dessert, we decided to try a new spot, strolling down Meeting Road, a lively street, in search of pecan pie!  We stumbled into Hyman’s Seafood, established in 1890, and voted the best seafood in the Southeast for eight years.  The friendly host at the door convinced us that this was the place to have dessert.  We were led through a sprawl of rooms and seated at a table that had a brass plaque- Pat Conroy ate at this table.  We devoured a huge slice of chocolate pecan pie with whipped cream, and bread pudding too!  Turns out many famous people had dined here, plaques galore!  We could only imagine all the stories shared at these tables for 130 years!

On Sunday, the church bells tolled continuously as we strolled the historic district, graced with charming, well-kept southern homes and gardens.  The Charleston harbor dotted with boats shimmered that day, and from a local park vista, offered a magnificent view of this city.  Our 16-hour stay was far too brief, but the promise of returning someday was clear as a bell.

Next week, we’ll be back with Savannah adventures including an encounter with one of the local ghosts.

And this will be so much more fun if we ALL share our culinary adventures, whether they be close to home or treasured memories.  BE WELL- Keep Cooking!

Laurie Caswell Burke

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Sharing a fun southern culinary adventure  

Our lives feel in limbo, with many uncertainties, making our situations unlike anything we have experienced before.   Finding ways to stay connected and maintain some sense of calm, humor and positivity is vital.  If we can’t get out of our current confined reality, let’s try to nurture ourselves and share some of our memorable experiences- a great form of escape!

For ITKWB, we hope to continue to engage you in culinary delights, with hopes that you might reminisce on your own.  To off-set cabin fever, we hope that connecting with each other this way might help.

So, why write about a fun southern road trip sampling authentic and scrumptious southern local food in times like this?  Because our lives now have created more space and time to share special moments.    

I’m hoping that our blog will offer a fun and comforting distraction.  Perhaps it will inspire you to recall your own travel and culinary adventures.   Share them with us.  We promise to share ours in the coming months!

Our two- week adventure began with adopting a “Thelma and Louise”-with-a-happy-ending mantra and a promise to enjoy as much local fare as possible on our travels - Destination Boca Grande, Florida. Many thought Bronwyn and I were completely crazy to drive.  We drove anyway. And had some pretty interesting stops along the way. 

Our trip took us to three beautiful historic cities, Charleston, SC; Savannah, GA; and Alexandria, VA. We sampled the local food and experienced aspects of the culture and people who reside there. Somehow, with a dose of serendipity, we managed to arrive at each place at sunset, enjoying hues of pink, orange and even deep red, offering a good omen.  And dinner soon!

Charleston’s scrumptious southern food scene does not disappoint.  Combined with the warmth, spirit, architecture and fascinating history, it’s a lovely city all around.  We ate at 82 Queen, nestled in Charleston’s historic French Quarter and known for its gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine.  I tried a specialty - their award winning, She Crab Soup, rich with flavor and well worth the calories.  We shared two plates of succulent fried oysters on a bed of lettuce with a spicy aioli sauce. Our waitress was engaging and fun. Sitting at the bar chatting up the locals added to our experience.

For dessert, we decided to try a new spot, strolling down Meeting Road, a lively street, in search of pecan pie!  We stumbled into Hyman’s Seafood, established in 1890, and voted the best seafood in the Southeast for eight years.  The friendly host at the door convinced us that this was the place to have dessert.  We were led through a sprawl of rooms and seated at a table that had a brass plaque- Pat Conroy ate at this table.  We devoured a huge slice of chocolate pecan pie with whipped cream, and bread pudding too!  Turns out many famous people had dined here, plaques galore!  We could only imagine all the stories shared at these tables for 130 years!

On Sunday, the church bells tolled continuously as we strolled the historic district, graced with charming, well-kept southern homes and gardens.  The Charleston harbor dotted with boats shimmered that day, and from a local park vista, offered a magnificent view of this city.  Our 16-hour stay was far too brief, but the promise of returning someday was clear as a bell.

Next week, we’ll be back with Savannah adventures including an encounter with one of the local ghosts.

And this will be so much more fun if we ALL share our culinary adventures, whether they be close to home or treasured memories.  BE WELL- Keep Cooking!

Laurie Caswell Burke

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Our lives feel in limbo, with many uncertainties, making our situations unlike anything we have experienced before.   Finding ways to stay connected and maintain some sense of calm, humor and positivity is vital.  If we can’t get out of our current confined reality, let’s try to nurture ourselves and share some of our memorable experiences- a great form of escape!

For ITKWB, we hope to continue to engage you in culinary delights, with hopes that you might reminisce on your own.  To off-set cabin fever, we hope that connecting with each other this way might help.

So, why write about a fun southern road trip sampling authentic and scrumptious southern local food in times like this?  Because our lives now have created more space and time to share special moments.    

I’m hoping that our blog will offer a fun and comforting distraction.  Perhaps it will inspire you to recall your own travel and culinary adventures.   Share them with us.  We promise to share ours in the coming months!

Our two- week adventure began with adopting a “Thelma and Louise”-with-a-happy-ending mantra and a promise to enjoy as much local fare as possible on our travels - Destination Boca Grande, Florida. Many thought Bronwyn and I were completely crazy to drive.  We drove anyway. And had some pretty interesting stops along the way. 

Our trip took us to three beautiful historic cities, Charleston, SC; Savannah, GA; and Alexandria, VA. We sampled the local food and experienced aspects of the culture and people who reside there. Somehow, with a dose of serendipity, we managed to arrive at each place at sunset, enjoying hues of pink, orange and even deep red, offering a good omen.  And dinner soon!

Charleston’s scrumptious southern food scene does not disappoint.  Combined with the warmth, spirit, architecture and fascinating history, it’s a lovely city all around.  We ate at 82 Queen, nestled in Charleston’s historic French Quarter and known for its gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine.  I tried a specialty - their award winning, She Crab Soup, rich with flavor and well worth the calories.  We shared two plates of succulent fried oysters on a bed of lettuce with a spicy aioli sauce. Our waitress was engaging and fun. Sitting at the bar chatting up the locals added to our experience.

For dessert, we decided to try a new spot, strolling down Meeting Road, a lively street, in search of pecan pie!  We stumbled into Hyman’s Seafood, established in 1890, and voted the best seafood in the Southeast for eight years.  The friendly host at the door convinced us that this was the place to have dessert.  We were led through a sprawl of rooms and seated at a table that had a brass plaque- Pat Conroy ate at this table.  We devoured a huge slice of chocolate pecan pie with whipped cream, and bread pudding too!  Turns out many famous people had dined here, plaques galore!  We could only imagine all the stories shared at these tables for 130 years!

On Sunday, the church bells tolled continuously as we strolled the historic district, graced with charming, well-kept southern homes and gardens.  The Charleston harbor dotted with boats shimmered that day, and from a local park vista, offered a magnificent view of this city.  Our 16-hour stay was far too brief, but the promise of returning someday was clear as a bell.

Next week, we’ll be back with Savannah adventures including an encounter with one of the local ghosts.

And this will be so much more fun if we ALL share our culinary adventures, whether they be close to home or treasured memories.  BE WELL- Keep Cooking!

Laurie Caswell Burke

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    Delightfully full from reading about your travels south—Thank you for sharing your culinary adventures Thelma and Louise!!

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