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About Me (Kristin Walker)I am a full-time Realtor specializing in all of the neighborhoods on the Charleston Peninsula as well as a few other bike-friendly walkable areas. I love what I do! As a Lowcountry aficionado, an outdoor lover & a foodie, I also enjoy unique architecture and things that challenge and inspire me.
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Tag Archives: Lowcountry Cuisine
With the arrival of the much anticipated January restaurant week in Charleston, we can all loosen our belts once again after sticking to our New Year’s resolutions for approximately 3 days. From January 4-22 (it’s a long ‘week’), locals and … Continue reading
This past week, a new magazine in Charleston launched – The Local Palate, covering all things foodie in Charleston. I’ve been excited about this for some time as I know several people who were responsible for its creation, I love … Continue reading
Recently, I was asked to be a guest blogger for a new glossy magazine (with companion blog) launching soon called the The Local Palate, covering the food culture of Charleston. My topic of choice? Boiled Peanuts. So just for fun, … Continue reading
If you regularly read my blog or get my monthly newsletter – you know I am a bit of a foodie, so I follow everything that’s going on in Charleston’s restaurant world. So check out this video with Sean Brock … Continue reading
Yes of course, our citizens are sweet-natured, and life in our lovely Lowcountry is certainly 100% sweet, but I am talking about the real thing. Real sugary things. This past 18 months or so, Charleston has seen the opening of … Continue reading
For those of you who might be from other places and don’t know about a Lowcountry oyster roast, they are a marvelous winter tradition. Actually, you can have an oyster roast with our local abundant supply in any month that … Continue reading
First of all, this magazine of our surrounds, Charleston Magazine, is something to be proud of and look forward to. Every issue succeeds in opening my eyes and my heart anew to this town. The photography, writing and topics never … Continue reading
This article published in the Washington Post made me laugh out loud. It’s so true! We may just be a city of Bacchanalian pleasures (more on that later….) Here’s an excerpt… “Obviously, Charleston has mastered the art of being proud … Continue reading