Taste the flavors of the Lowcountry during this culinary immersion into the history and cuisine of South Carolina. Rub elbows with some of Charleston’s top chefs as you explore this historic city and its most notable restaurants and take part in a private cooking demonstration that will introduce you to the techniques of Lowcountry cooking. Discover how Charleston’s cuisine has evolved over the past 300 years as you sample the specialties of local eateries, bakeries, markets and culinary landmarks.
Coastal Culinary History & Delectable Flavors of the Lowcountry in Florida, Georgia, & South Carolina is a new program filled with history, cuisine, and culture. Upcoming program dates are March 11 - 18, 2012 and October 21 - 28, 2012.
Sign up now for Program # 1379 and take in the scenery of Cumberland Island, the 19th century retreat of Thomas and Lucy Carnegie. Wild horses and turkey, deer, and a variety of birds and live oaks are just a few of the sites to see on this historic barrier island. Take it all in and relax at the historic Greyfield Inn, a grand and graceful mansion.