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Memorial Day Weekend: May 24 - 26, 2013 TCL - Beaufort Campus 921 Ribaut Road, Beaufort SC 29902 Showcasing the festival will be:

Gullah Story Tellers Fine Arts Displays A Gullah Village

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MAy 24Th: Friday $5.00 – Miss Gullah Teen Pageant $5.00 –Evening of Jazz $15.00 MAy 25Th: Saturday $15.00 All Day • MAy 26Th: Sunday $10.00 The Gullah Festival brings large crowds to enjoy cultural entertainment. The celebration of the African American heritage with folkways and foods brings visiting church and family groups from many states. VISIT WWW.GuLLAhFESTIVAL.ORG FOR MORE INFO OR EVENT SChEDuLES

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Herbs are soft, succulent plants which usually grow in the temperate zone. Until recently cooks have had to make do with very few fresh herbs, such as sage, parsley, and thyme. Nowadays you can also find fresh oregano, parsley, sage, tarragon, rosemary, and thyme. Since herbs are at their best when they are young and freshly picked, it is well worth growing your own., but picking buying fresh from your local farmer’s market or grocery will do fine. Here’s a few to learn about.


Flavor: Earthy; balances acidic tomatoes — hence common on pizza. Parsley Great with: Lamb, beef, eggs, beans, Flavor: Peppery and fresh; curly parsley is milder than eggplant. Notes: It’s closely related to marjoram (but more pungent), so they flat-leaf Italian. Great with: Salads, aren’t classified separately. vegetables (especially potatoes), pasta. Notes: Either variety is a breath Sage freshener. Flavor: Very aromatic and Rosemary woodsy. Great Flavor: Pungent aroma and pine flavor. with: Fresh sausage, Great with: Mediterranean dishes, lamb, holiday stuffing for turkey, rich poultry, fish, breads; add sprigs or finely meats like pork, goose and duck. chopped leaves to long-cooking stews. Notes: Deep-fried sage is a lovely Notes: When grilling, sturdier stems garnish. make good skewers; branches can be a basting brush.


Flavor: Minty and citrusy Great with: Mediterranean dishes, stews, eggs, seafood, poultry; toss sprigs into boiling water to flavor steamed rice. Notes: Strip leaves from stems by pulling through fork tines.



Flavor: Reminiscent of licorice. Great with: Poultry, fish, shellfish, vegetables, vinegar and eggs; indispensable in the French béarnaise sauce. Notes: Two types; French is preferred over the more bitter Russian.

Simply Grand for Mother’s Day @ ARTworks Courtesy of ARTworks Beaufort SC

May 10th in the black box theater at ARTworks in Beaufort Town Center, Simply Grand presents a Mother’s Day concert, with melodies, loving lyrics, and special ticket prices~ $12 for all tickets, $7 for children. The concert begins @ 7:30, surrounded by a quilt show in the gallery, artists working in their studios, and the classrooms where creativity happens. After years of performing together locally and throughout Northeast Florida, Simply Grand was organized in 2010. The nucleus of the group includes Keyboardist Kenneth Varner, Saxophonist Gregory Whittaker, and Drummer Trevor Daniels. The trio of musicians soon discovered a certain chemistry and musical affinity that led to their formation of Simply Grand, a versatile musical ensemble that has a

unique ability to shift between Contemporary Jazz, Gospel, and Blues with ease. One the band’s most notable performances occurred during the Beaufort 300 celebration in which the group played to a packed house at the Beaufort Waterfront Park. 2127 Boundary Street 29902,, 843-379-2787, @ artseensc.

Geuka – Bringing A Positive Message Through Music By Carrie Hirsch Photos by Butch Hirsch

Geuka (pronounced: jay-yoo-kah) is an American award-winning visual artist, singer, songwriter, composer, and performance artist. Amiri Geuka Farris (his full name) received his Masters of Fine Art in Painting and B.F.A. in Illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design and currently teaches Fine Arts at USC. He has performed in numerous cultural and event venues and has exhibited his multimedia works in museums internationally and is dedicated to integrating music and art. Experimenting with a wide range of musical styles, he fuses a mix of pop, hip-hop, techno, with dynamic images to create evocative artsongs and performances. He uses his artistic vision to bring about a universal new

sound – “a sound without violence, without overt materialism, and without bias or discrimination.” He strives to inspire people of all ages and demographics to come together in a myriad of ways through his music. Geuka’s music videos, all filmed in the Lowcountry, include Kaleidoscope, Red Heart Valentine, and Turn the Beat Around can be viewed on and WWW.EDIBLESMAG.COM • 9


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Summer Berries and Memories By Eric Sayers-Executive Chef Beaufort Memorial Hospital

School was finally out and I was so excited! I didn’t know what I wanted to do but I knew the time was mine, or so I thought.  I remember sleeping soundly that night in Connecticut, windows open, a cool breeze blowing through the New England sky. I also knew that spring came in like a lion, roaring with every assault on the poor grass and dad’s garden.  I woke up the next morning after my parents went to work with a list. Ugh. Not what you want to wake up to after shaking off the dust of the third grade.  Geeze, I just slid down the slide on my tummy! Does anyone get how I endured the whistles blowing and recess restrictions? Nope, no one cares. And now I have to get up early on my vacation to help pick blueberries???  Dad had three blueberry bushes and he covered each one with some kind of fine net cloth. He also got this silly blow-up snake one time; it was supposed to keep the birds away. I liked the snake a lot; I teased many a neighbor with it but believe it or not those birds got to those bushes, even with all of dad’s protections.   I guess the lion


was gone in that New England weather and as the sun warmed I figured the lamb was here to stay. I did what I was told and went out in the grueling heat and endured all the birds and snakes and all the spring beasts. I picked a quart of blueberries! Amazingly some actually survived the relentless birds, they looked so plump and yummy. I collected all that I found and put them on the table for mom and dad to see when they got home. I would love to say that mom came home, found the blueberries and whipped up a batch of biscuits and we all enjoyed fresh blueberries and fresh churned cream from our cows and the cane sugar we had in the back yard. The reality is we ate all the blueberries. Dad even mentioned how big they were and I agreed.  They were delicious and it’s amazing that nature needs no help from us.   Many, many years later, I developed this recipe. If there are any berries left that is. This simply complements the beautiful summer fruit. Serves 4 ¼ cup blueberries ¼ cup raspberries ¼ cup sliced strawberries ¼ cup blackberries 1/8 cup sugar 2 TBSP Grand Marnier (optional) 2 TBSP orange juice ¼ tsp vanilla 4 Southern Style Biscuits or Shortcakes Whipped Cream, fresh Combine the berries, sugar and orange juice, let sit for 1 hour. Add vanilla and Grand Marnier (if using). Stir and let sit for another hour. Spoon over split biscuits or shortcakes. Top with fresh whipped cream. Enjoy summer!

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The St. Helena Parish Chapel of Ease, a relic of the Lowcountry’s colonial past, has beguiled and haunted visitors to St. Helena Island for more than two centuries. It was built ca. 1740 to serve planters in St. Helena Parish who lived at great distances from the parish church in Beaufort and could not regularly attend services there. The ruin is significant as a relatively intact example of mid-eighteenth century tabby construction and was added to the National Register of Historic places on Oct. 6, 1988. The church was virtually abandoned when the planters evacuated the island in the fall of 1861. During the Federal occupation of St. Helena, the church was used frequently

by several of the Northerners who had come to the island to educate and train the freedmen. It was also used as a sanctuary by


Methodist freedmen as early as 1868, but was burned by a forest fire in February 1886 and was never repaired. Much of its historic fabric, including the church walls and much of its plaster, remains. A local legend from Lowcountry lore has drawn visitors to the chapel’s ruins for decades. As the story goes a headless man is said to haunt Land’s End on St. Helena Island. According to legend, he’s a soldier who was decapitated in battle and is looking to restore his head. The apparition looks “like a little swinging lantern, swinging back and forth,” but the scientific explanation for sightings of the ghost is phosphorescence. Gnarled and majestic live oaks add to the mysterious atmosphere. Visitors to St. Helena Island can also catch spectacular sunsets by following Land’s End Road to a county dock on the Beaufort River and Inland Waterway.

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Homemade Peach Cobbler Recipe by Sara Simmons

Ingredients: 4 cups peeled, sliced peaches 2 cups sugar, divided 8 tablespoons butter 1 1 / 2 cups self-rising flour 1 / 2 cup water 1 1 / 2 cups milk Ground cinnamon, optional Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine peaches, 1 cup sugar and water in a saucepan and mix well. Bring to boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat. Put the butter in a baking dish and place in oven for three quarters of melting.

Mix remaining 1 cup sugar, flour and milk slowly to avoid lumps. Pour the mixture over the melted butter. Do not mix. Spoon fruit on top gently pouring in syrup. Sprinkle with cinnamon, if using. The dough rises during baking. Bake for 30-45 minutes. To serve, spoon onto a plate and serve with your choice of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

HERB AND CITRUS OVEN ROASTED CHICKEN Recipe/Photo courtesy, Georgia Johnson

Ingredients: 1/4 cup olive oil 4 cloves of garlic, minced 2 tablespoons sugar 2 whole lemons, one juiced and one sliced 2 whole oranges, one juiced and one sliced 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning 1/2 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon onion powder 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste 10-12 pieces (about 4 1/2 lbs.) bone-in chicken parts (thighs and legs are best) 1 medium onion (any kind), thinly sliced 1 teaspoon dried thyme, or fresh chopped 1 tablespoon dried rosemary, or fresh chopped Chopped fresh herbs (rosemary, thyme, parsley), for garnish, optional Directions Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. In a small bowl whisk together olive oil, garlic, sugar, lemon juice, orange juice, Italian seasoning, paprika, onion powder, red pepper flakes,

and salt and pepper. Place chicken in a rimmed 13-in. x 9-in. baking dish. Pour olive oil mixture all over chicken, turning pieces to coat all sides. Place parts skin side up and spread them out evenly in the pan. Arrange slices of lemon, orange and onion around and under the chicken. Sprinkle all over generously with thyme, rosemary, salt and pepper. Bake uncovered for about 1 hour, or until chicken is cooked and juices run clear. Remove parts to a serving platter and garnish with additional chopped fresh herbs, if desired. Enjoy!

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Frogmore Stew Recipe by Melody Reid

Ingredients: 8 quarts water 3/4 cup crab boil seasoning 2 pounds red potatoeslarge potatoes cut in half 2 pounds smoked sausage links, cut into 2 inch pieces 12 ears corn - quartered 4 pounds large fresh shrimp, unpeeled 12 blue crabs cooked, cleaned and cracked down the center (optional)

Bring water and seasoning to boil in a large pot. Add potatoes and cook for 15 minutes. Add sausage and corn and cook for 10 minutes more. Stir in the shrimp and precooked crabs and cook additional 5 minutes. Serve and eat

Tres Leches (Three Milk) Cake with Fresh Strawberries Recipe/Photo courtesy Sue Ade, Bluffton Today

Ingredients: The Cake ¾ cup (1½ sticks), plus 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened 1¾ cups sugar 8 large egg yolks, room temperature 2½ cups all-purpose flour, sifted 2½ teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup fresh milk, room temperature 6 eggs whites, room temperature The Milks 2 (14-ounce) cans sweetened condensed milk 1 (12-ounce) can evaporated milk 1 (13.5-ounce) can coconut milk (not Coco Lopez Cream of Coconut) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ½ teaspoon coconut extract 6 large egg yolks The Meringue 3 large egg whites, room temperature ¾ cup granulated sugar ¾ cup light corn syrup 1 tablespoon water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ½ teaspoon coconut extract Directions: Fresh strawberries for decorating cake Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Grease and flour a 9 x 13-inch baking pan. For the cake: sift flour with baking powder and salt; set aside. Combine milk with

vanilla; set aside. On medium speed of an electric mixture, cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add yolks. Slowly add flour mixture to butter mixture, 2 tablespoons at a time, then slowly add milk mixture; batter will be thick. In a separate bowl, beat egg whites until stiff; fold into batter. Pour batter into prepared pan and bake for 35 to 40 minutes, or until cake tests done. Cool on a rack. For the milks: in the container of an electric blender, blend milks and egg yolks. Place mixture into a non-stick pan and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until mixture thickens and comes to a boil. Remove from heat and stir in extracts. Pour milks over cake. Let cake stand while making the meringue. For the meringue: place all ingredients in top part of a double boiler over cold water. Over medium-high heat, beat mixture continuously with a hand-held electric mixer until frosting stands in peaks, approximately seven minutes. Remove from heat and set aside. Invert cake on to a large, rimmed platter. Spread with meringue, and top with sliced, fresh strawberries. Serves 12 to 16.



By Morgan Schiff

With their honeyed scent and dulcet flesh, peaches are the darlings of summer stone fruit. Peaches’ natural sweetness lends itself to seasonal desserts like peach cobbler, peach pie, or even just simple peaches and cream. Perhaps because of its association with dessert, the fuzzy fruit is often overlooked as a nutritional powerhouse. Like a Southern belle, the sun-kissed peach has historically gotten more attention for looking and smelling pretty than for the substance it has to offer. Peach nutrition has been know about for centuries. They are thought to have originated in China as long as three thousand years ago. Peaches come from the stone family of fruits and have a large and pitted hard seed. The fruit of a peach has a large amount of fiber. As we all know fiber aids the digestive system tremendously, helping to prevent constipation as well as colon cancer. Some of the many other nutrients to be included in peach nutrition are niacin, riboflavin, calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus and Vitamins A,B and C. Health Benefits of Peach • Peaches help make the skin healthy and also add color to the complexion. • It has been seen that consumption of peaches helps in the removal of worms from the intestinal tract. • Being rich in Vitamin A, peaches might help prevent cancer in organs and glands with epithelial tissue. • Peaches comprise of more than 80


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percent water and are a good source of dietary fiber, making them good for those trying to lose weight. • Consumption of peaches, on a regular basis, can keep your bowel movements regular and even prevent straining. • Researches have suggested that peaches have good to excellent antioxidant activity, some antimicrobial activity and good to excellent tumor growth inhibition activity. • Peaches have a small laxative effect and a powerful diuretic effect and thus, are recommended to people suffering from rheumatism and gout. • Peach flowers have sedative proprieties and are good for children who are restless, especially when boiled in water with sugar and honey. Peaches have been found to be beneficial for individuals suffering from the following ailments: Acidosis Anemia Asthma Bladder and Kidney Stones Bronchitis Constipation Dry Cough Gastritis High Blood Pressure Nephritis Poor Digestion

Many fruits have this property and if people would only replace their high calorie, high fat snack foods with fruits snacks, they would have no problem with weight gain. Select peaches at the peak of the season—May through the middle of October—and everything will be peachy keen.

Luther’s Rare and Well Done. Karaoke every Tuesday, live entertainment every Thursday, Friday & Saturday. 910 Bay Street, Beaufort

plays. The Gullah Festival brings large crowds to enjoy cultural entertainment. Visit for more information.

Simply Grand Band May 18, & 31 @ Ruby Lees Sport, Blues & Soulfood. May 10th - @ Artworks/ Mother’s Day. May 23- @ TCL/ Gullah Festival

Aiken Blue Grass Festival May 11th, 2013 - May 12th, 2013. 2-day event features 10 bands, bbq dinner event, camping available - benefiting STAR Riding and Driving 12 & under are free No coolers on festival grounds only camp sites call (803)640-9287 for more info or visit

Farmers Market of Bluffton (EVERY THURSDAY) for the month of May. 40 Calhoun Street,Carson Cottages. Bluffton, SC 29910 Rubys Lee’s Sports, Blues & Soul Food 46 Old Wild Horse Road. Hilton Head Island. Entertainment every Wednesday and Saturday 7-11 for the month of June. Farmers Market of Bluffton (EVERY THURSDAY) for the month of May. 40 Calhoun Street,Carson Cottages. Bluffton, SC 29910

The 35th Annual Bluffton Village Festival coordinated by The Rotary Club of Bluffton will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 11 in Old Town Bluffton. Enjoy the art, music, food, The Ugly Dog Contest, kids’ activities and a chance to meet old friends and new ones! Admission is FREE. Visit for more information.

The 27th Annual Original Gullah Festival May 24-May 26. TCL Beaufort Campus . 921 Ribaut Road, Beaufort SC.12 & under are free. 3-day event includes entertainment, food, local tours, forums,

Spoleto Festival USA- May 24th thru June 9th in Charleston SC. Visit for more information or 843.579.3100

4th Annual Mayor’s Bike Ride- In City of Hardeeville for a Diabetes Cure on Saturday June 1st at 10:00am. Health screenings, free food and drinks, activities for children, a ‘Kids Bike Giveaway’, a children’s ride for youth under the age of 10, and an adult ride through historic downtown Hardeeville.

Newberry’s finest cuisines, wine tasting and live music. Friday, June 14th at Memorial Square from 5:00PM-7:30PM. For more information contact (803) 276-6264.

Beaufort Vendor Blender Women’s Business and Craft Expo June 1 2013 come out to the Hilton Garden Inn for a muli-vendor event. Enjoy hand made items from local crafters. Taste delicious treats from Beaufort’s bakers. Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival Celebrates Gullah Geechee cultural heritageJune 1st. Saturday, June 1st 2013: 12:00PM8:00PM Waterfront Memorial Park. Visit www. for more info or call 843856-9732 Simply Grand Band June 1,14,15,22,29 @ Ruby Lees Hilton Head Island. 46 Old Wild Horse Road. Luther’s Rare and Well Done. Karaoke every Tuesday, live entertainment every Thursday, Friday & Saturday. 910 Bay Street, Beaufort A Taste of Newberry SC-This event will feature

Rubys Lee’s Sports, Blues & Soul Food46 Old Wild Horse Road. Hilton Head Island. Entertainment every Wednesday and Saturday 7-11 for the month of June. Hardeeville Parks & Recreation-Fireworks & Fun Saturday, June 29th at 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at The Hardeeville Recreation park. Free Food, Music, Kids Activities. Firework show at 9:00 pm . For more info call City Hall 843.784.2231 Farmers Market of Bluffton (EVERY THURSDAY) for the month of June. Bluffton Hampton County Watermelon Festival Starting June 22nd. 9-day event includes contests, music, parades, rides, mud run, pageants, pet show South Carolina Peach Festival 2013 July 11th-13th, July19th-20th. 5-day event includes family fun fest, parade, BBQ cookoff, road race, car show. Downtown Gaffney SC. Visit http://www. for more information.


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GETTING AROUND THE LOWCOUNTRY It’s easy to get to beautiful Beaufort County - just a short drive from I-95 or US 17. Both roads run north-south along the east coast of the United States and connect to other interstates and major highways. Driving south on US 17, exit onto US 21 at Gardens Corner and enjoy the scenic marsh views going approximately 20 miles east into the downtown Beaufort area. Driving south on I-95, take Exit 33 at Point South and connect to US 21 for a direct route into the center of Beaufort. Driving north on I-95, take Exit 8 onto US 278 toward Hilton Head Island and directly into the Bluffton area and the southern part of Beaufort County. This route connects to SC 170, across the Broad River into the city of Beaufort in the northern part of the county.

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At Edibles we bring a new look and feel to the dining, food and entertainment experience.