We made it through the first section of the ICW and then sailed overnight to Charleston, SC – all of which Drew is preparing to tell you about in a blog update. In the meantime, here’s a tidbit about Charleston.
While running some errands one afternoon we wandered into a grocery store called Southern Season. It was more of a specialty foods store than a supermarket – aisles and aisles of spices, grains and beans, fresh-baked bread, and so on. But there was no mistaking that we were in the South when we saw an aisle labeled “Cheese Straws.”
And then this:
An entire aisle dedicated to hot sauce and BBQ sauce. How can you not love?
December 2, 2015 at 11:55
Really amazing! Colleagues of mine consulted with a school district in Louisiana a couople of decades ago. All day the topic of conversation was about what was being prepared for lunch…and then, dinner!” Seafood, spicey sauces, et. al. A way of life. Did you try the food with the sauces??? xox Mindy