The South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) has changed the name of its Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) to “Summer Break Café.” The program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, provides free meals for youth and teens 18 and under during the summer months, June to August.
The Art of Charcuterie at Celeb Studio is the concept of healthy eating or snacking in a manner that is aesthetically pleasing and deliciously appetizing. Celeb Studio provides several size Charcuterie Boards designed to fit every need from bridal/baby showers, birthday parties, graduation or retirement celebrations, and most any occasion.
The Lexington County Public Library will kick off their adult summer reading events by hosting a virtual live conversation with New York Times Best-Selling author Chef Jeff Henderson June 1 at 6:30 pm. The creator of Food Network’s reality series, The Chef Jeff Project, host of Family Style with Chef
Two Lexington-Richland School District Five students have been selected to compete in the South Carolina Farm to School Junior Chef Competition. The competition, hosted by the University of South Carolina’s College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management, features several school districts across the state. Culinary teams consist of two to
The World Food Championships (WFC) just completed the South Carolina Super Regional Qualifier and selected numerous local chefs to make up the first-ever Team Lake Murray Country, a competitive culinary team that will now represent the Palmetto State at the 9th Annual Ultimate Food Fight, scheduled for November 5-9 in
One of South Carolina’s most anticipated food events, the Taste of Lake Murray, has been named as a Super Regional Qualifier for the world’s largest Food Sport event, World Food Championships (WFC). Through this regional gateway program, the event will qualify six local South Carolina chefs as the first-ever Team
Village Idiot Pizza is celebrating 30 years of serving NY-style pizza and good times in a comfortable, laid-back atmosphere. Under Kelly and Brian Glynn’s ownership, the Columbia classic has reached a major milestone few local restaurants achieve. The original Village Idiot Pizza location has become a fixture in Five Points.