By: Robin Gibson
Editor's Note: Author is media partner of Charleston Wine + Food & Le Creuset. Sales will result in commission at no cost to you.
In terms of pots and pans, I just use the basics.
American billionaire heiress, Aerin Lauder, is certainly humble in her approach to cooking, and, I, for one, appreciate her sensibility and how relatable she is to the average person. I would be lying, however, if I didn't admit to a sudden urge to splurge on fancy cookware following this year's Charleston Wine + Food festival. Are you similarly inspired in the kitchen or wanting to engage in a little culinary creative snobbery, yourself?
Well, you're in luck. Now through the end of March we have teamed up with Le Creuset, the famed and pricey french cast-iron cookware coveted for its vast selection of brightly-colored enamel finishes, to offer deep discounts on their products to our readers.
From bakeware to stainless steal, to cooking tools and utensils, we have everything you need to look like a snob without the price tag that comes with being one. Shop away!
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Did you know? Le Creuset maintains its U.S. presence right here in the Lowcountry. The company's U.S. corporate waterfront headquarters overlooks the Charleston Harbor on the banks of the Ashley River in the West Ashley district of the City of Charleston.
By: Robin Gibson
The quality of life is in proportion, always, to the capacity for delight. The capacity for delight is the gift of paying attention.
And Park City, Utah, is more than worthy of your attention this time of year. A favorite for snow bunnies and skiers, alike, this hip, quirky, mountaintop town delights at every turn each summer. As spring bows out with the remnants of winter and summer assumes its starring role, pops of vibrant color highlight a lively downtown full of blooms, businesses, and people. Not to be outdone are the surrounding areas catering to outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy mountain biking and hiking trails, and activities such as golf, horseback riding, zip-lining, and more. Hop on a gondola and soak up the view from above or check out the sights from the ground. Head out to Utah Olympic Park for a history tour and day of fun. Dine at award-winning restaurants, shop like a local, or sample your way around the budding craft beer scene. Whatever your interests, there's something for everyone and getting around is easy (and FREE) on Park City Transit. From adventure, to food, to shopping, to interesting people, Park City dazzles all summer long.
Park City is conveniently located 35 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport. Interested in planning your trip? Begin with Visit Park City and request your Free Summer Travel Guide.
By: Robin Gibson
Water in the boat is the ruin of the boat, but water underneath is its support. -- Rumi
Philosopher Rumi clearly knew a thing or two about boats but the folks behind the North American Safe Boating Campaign know even more. National Boating Safety Week may have come and gone already but these seven boating safety tips are timeless. Follow them and you will be well on your way to promoting a safe boating experience on the water.
Life Out Loud supports the efforts of the North American Safe Boating Campaign and recommends adherence to the National Safe Boating Week protocol every day of the year. Boating isn't just a pastime in the South Carolina Lowcountry, it's a way of life. Do your part for yourself and others to maintain a safe boating environment for everyone..
People do not buy goods and services. They buy relations, stories, and magic. -- Seth Godin
And magic is exactly what M. Dumas & Sons has sold for the past 100 years. A beloved institution of Charleston's historic King Street shopping corridor celebrates its centennial birthday with a look back at the fashions that shaped each decade. Models will showcase outfits from the past along a walking tour of Society Street leading to a party inside the store. Festivities will begin at 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 20th, with Society Street shutting down to traffic. Invitation below. See you at the fashionable party of the century.