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!
Shop our deals and inspire others with your colorful collection:
Up to 50% off Stainless Steel
30% off Select Tools and Utensils
20% off Non-stick Cookware
Bundle Pricing on Cookware Sets Plus Free Shipping $99+
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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: Katy Roberts
The Sugar Plum Fairy from the Nutcracker sparks the holiday spirit as she dances her way through Charleston, South Carolina.
Featured dancer: Sara Michelle Murawski
Film dedicated to John R. Kuhn of Charleston and Janka Majerova of Slovakia
Aerial footage by @ Chad. Licensed through Adobe.
By: Robin Gibson
There can not be good living where there is not good drinking. -- Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin would be proud. Everything good about living and drinking will be on display in two weeks at BevCon. The two-year old event focused solely on the B side of F&B makes it hotly-anticipated return to Charleston one day after the city's epic eclipse. Which, is, perhaps, an appropriate opener for the best and brightest the beverage world has to offer. If you're over 21, work in the industry, and want to attend, you're in luck. Access Passes remain available and are all-inclusive for the 3-day conference. Please note, tickets to individual events and parties cannot be sold. Sip from the cup that runneth over with liquid knowledge and enlighten yourself at this year's BevCon. You'll be glad you did.
BevCon begins Tuesday, August 22nd and runs through the finale Thursday, August 23rd. The top-shelf event is a virtual Who's Who of those who make it, bottle it, sell it, drink it, mix it, promote it, and write about it. Life Out Loud is proud to be a part of 2017 Official Media.