Mulberry Street Trattoria owner Joe Sullivan shares his meatball recipe that he serves at home and in his restaurant, and then how many times he had to multiply it to make what will hopefully be the new Guinness Book of World Records' largest meatball.
One Hot Mama's chef Orchid Palmeier has come up with a brisket burnt ends slider she says is 'like meat candy." It comes with pickled onions and deviled egg schmear on top, and is One Hot Mama's offering at this year's Taste of the Season event on Friday night. Here, she shows what goes into the making of the slider, including the preparation of the brisket, which includes at least 17 hours of smoking.
Living history presenter Barbara Ingram, of Loris, S.C., was at the Heritage Days Celebration at the Penn Center on Saturday giving attendees an unvarnished look at how life was for enslaved African Americans in the South Carolina, and showcasing how far they have come since then.
Gary Schultz of Sun City was pleased and surprised when his newly restored, golf cart-sized 1958 BMW 600 won best of class in the micro car division at Sunday's Concours d'Elegance. Here, he describes his car and its appeal.
The Luxury 40, by Hummingbird TINY Housing, was on display on Saturday at the Tiny House Show on Hilton Head Island. The home is is 8.5-feet wide by 40-feet long, but it packs a lot into it's 306-square-feet. Here are just a few of its features.
Designed by Harley Earl, only one Cadillac Cyclone was ever built. The car, now part of the General Motors Heritage Collection, was on display at the Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival on Saturday. Here, Curtis Smith, of the design staff at GM's Warren Tech Center, describes some of the car's features.
One of the craft vendors at the 4th Annual OctoPRfest on Saturday in Port Royal was Railroad Remnants, which makes art out of the railroad spikes from the tracks that used to run through Port Royal. Here, Railroad Remnants' Cathy Emmert describes the company's hand-forged metal art.
An odd artifact, purchased at an antique store near Spartanburg, left archaeologist Eric Poplin scratching his head at the "What The Heck Is It?" event sponsored by the Archaeology Society of South Carolina at the Beaufort Public Library on Saturday. Here, he tries to figure out what it is for owner Beverly Hay of Beaufort.