Monthly Archives: September 2012

Twentieth Anniversary of Hoppin’ John’s Seminal Cookbook Getting Noticed

Twenty years ago John Taylor (or Hoppin’ John) published his well-researched Hoppin’ John’s Lowcountry Cooking.  an anniversary edition has been released and many media sources are paying attention to Taylor’s accomplishment in researching Lowcountry recipes. Among the best are a … Continue reading

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Army Corps Establishes New Permit Process for Rice Fields

Rice plantation owners, managers, and consultants celebrated last week. With the advent of coastal and wetland protections in the late twentieth century –managed by the Coastal Council and the US Army Corps of Engineers among other entities– it became more … Continue reading

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