Ever wonder how kettle corn is made? Thad Grecco, of Hilton Head's Palmetto Kettle Corn, was popping up some 200 pounds of it during the 5th annual A Taste of Bluffton food festival on April 8, 2017. He was kind enough to take time out of his busy day to show how it's done. Palmetto Kettle Corn can be found at various area festivals and is a regular every Thursday at the Bluffton Farmer's Market.
Kettle corn made easy
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Think you know all there is to know about pirates? The Coastal Discovery Museum's exhibit "Pirates, Privateers and Buccaneers" dispels a number of false notions about them, many of which come from novels and movies. Here's three things from the exhibit you may not have known about pirates.
There was a battle royal in the school gym as Cross Schools in Bluffton held its first Nerf competition on Sunday. Teams of kids and their parents went after each other in multiple three-minute battles with Nerf blasters firing soft foam balls and darts.
Here's a musical excerpt of singer-songwriter Marshall Chapman, one of the three Good Ol’ Girls, performing on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at Columbia, SC. The trio will be performing in Beaufort on Friday.
The annual Holiday Toy Ride for The Deep Well Project will be rolling out at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. If you have a motorcycle and want to share some Christmas cheer among the local youth, this is the event for you.
Farante Stewart-Ager hosted her 2nd annual GirlTrek Black Family 5K for her family members on Saturday on the Spanish Moss Trail in Beaufort. Watch to find out why it's so important for her to encourage her family to get moving.
The Italian-American Club of Hilton Head Island was trying create the world's largest meatball during the Italian Heritage Festival on Saturday. Here, adjudicator Mike Janela, of Guinness World Records, announces his findings.
The 11th annual Pedal Hilton Head Island ride was held all around Hilton Head Island on Sunday. Some 400 riders fanned out across the island to raise funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.
The Men of Menendez, from St. Augustine, Fla., were at A Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair on Saturday as Spanish colonial-era soldiers. Here, they fire matchlock guns, replicas of those used 500 years ago, as part of their demonstration.
The marsh tacky horse race was the headline event at A Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair, held on Saturday at Cotton Hall Plantation to benefit the Santa Elena Foundation. Here, is the championship race, which decided the winner of the Santa Elena Cup.
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.
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.