Andrew goes beyond the plantation tours to explore the food scene in Charleston. This is one trip through South Carolina you won’t want to miss. Andrew tastes the world’s greatest BBQ; takes an unforgettable ...Go to Episode
Clamming of the Coast
Andrew visits McClellanville, one of the last fishing villages in South Carolina. He goes out on the water with a clam farmer to help him with his haul, but this trip proves to be a challenge as they brave the elements of a storm over the Atlantic.
Fishing for Breakfast
Andrew's friends Matt and Ted Lee take take him out to cast net for their breakfast. The brothers created their own mail-order business selling southern food staples. Andrew eats shrimp and grits with gravy made from pork necks and shrimp heads.
Adjer’s Wharf, Charleston, SC
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