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We stopped to look on our way to Charleston for the day. Great idea. We picked up a couple of cook books, some great snacks, cold sodas and some pickled okra and green beans. We had a picnic in the car on the way to...More
I love stopping here when I am driving to Florida or back up North. The staff is always friendly and the food is delicious. I love the grits, pies and jams. It is a little off the beaten path but worth the detour.
Take time to get off the interstate for this charming and delicious little place! White wooden shelves house jars of jams, preserves, fruits, and vegetables. Lots of samples of ciders and jellies. I purchased the peach cider and sweet potato butter, in addition to bags...More
Saw the billboard on I95 today. Got off exit 33 today and drove about 2 miles to this building that was either a store or gas station in the 1930s. It was so darn cute and filled with all kinds of South Carolinian goodies. Sampling...More
This place is a hidden treasure; in fact, I was going through old pictures and thought how could we forget this place, it was awesome! They have many local and regional goodies that will tempt your tastebuds! This is a must stop on a road...More
There's a lot to love about this middle of nowhere roadside gem on Hwy. 17, including its appearance, pies, jams, and sauces. But my family stops here every year without fail for one main reason - they've got great boiled peanuts done to perfection. A...More