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Established in 2007, wholesaler of fish and seafood. Mark, a 30 some-odd year fishing veteran, specializes in keeping fresh, sustainable caught local seafood. He has a long resume of working closely with government to improve the health of the resources and the viability of the industry.
135 Acre family owned farm run by son Sam and Pete, his father, who has grown up in Charleston making a living on the earth and has been a farmer since 1976.
Anson Mills is proud to provide America's finest chefs with fresh native stone-ground organic ingredients. We cold mill all ingredients to order, chill vac pac them immediately, and ship them same day.
Bear Creek Farm, a sustainable grass-fed, grain-finished cattle and hog farm, raises all-natural Angus beef and heritage hogs in a responsible and humane way.
Hams and Bacon-dry curing process.Â Slow cured using salt, brown sugar and sodium nitrate. Typically aged 9-10 months. Business started in 1947 by the late Albert H. Hicks, a dairy farmer who began curing and selling country ham.
Family owned and operated farm since1933 that consists of two 4 acre organic fields, and one 10 acre conventional field. We strive to produce top quality organic and conventional herbs and produce with an emphasis on using as many natural farming methods possible.
They take standard condiments and age them in bourbon casks, the result:Â extra-smoky sauces and spices that add a hint of booze. A maker of gourmet food is a maker of gourmet food products.
Thereâ€™s Kentucky country ham, and then thereâ€™s Kentucky country ham from Broadbent's. The makers of award-winning Kentucky country ham, hickory smoked bacon, and smoked sausage.
Burden Creek Dairy is an artisan goat dairy specializing in the freshest Grade A milk and cheeses. Located on John's Island, SC, it is their goal to create the ultimate farm to table experience.
CHF is located in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina. They specialize in naturally raised heritage pork and southern open pollinated corn. They firmly believe that in order to save a rare heritage breed you must get them back on the table.
Counter Cheese Caves is Nora Granger and Eric Casella. They are a small-scale cheese distributor working directly with American cheesemakers to represent and sell their cheeses in the Charleston area.
Started in May 2009 â€“ raising Pastured Broilers and Turkeys, Stewing Hens and Eggs. All natural process of raising in traveling hen houses and no hormones or antibiotics used.
Geechie Boy Mill may be best known for grits (they grow their own corn, grind their grits with antique machinery but corn is far from the only thing the Edisto Island farmer harvests.
Grow Food Carolina was establish in April of 2010 with the help of Sara Clow and the Coastal Conservation League. Their mission is help link local farmers to local and regional markets.
Horsecreek Honey makes Artisanal Handcrafted Raw Honey using pure practices striving to keep their bees in the most natural way. They produce raw honey, with nothing added, nothing removed, no filtering and no heat.
Jam Beverage Co. is a small family-owned company, producing Hand-Crafted Drinking Vinegars in Charleston, South Carolina. Our vinegars are made with all natural ingredients, without the presence of additives, preservatives or artificial flavorings.
50 acre family farm, Joseph is a 3rd generation farmer.Â Jams and in-season fruits and vegetables available May-August locally grown and organic.Â Grows specialty and heirloom products for several chefs.
Seventh-generation salt-makers; one could say salt-making runs in their blood.Â They have returned to their familyâ€™s 200-year-old farm to harvest a rare salt from deep below the majestic Appalachian mountains of West Virginia.
Growers of hydroponic tomatoes, buttercrunch bib lettuce, European burpless cucumbers, basil and black cherry tomatoes from October to July. The growing season is different from outdoor farming as it begins in November and ends in July.
At Lindera Farms, we take locally and sustainably sourced agricultural products of pristine quality, and ferment them into wines which we then age into vinegar. This makes for a robust, versatile vinegar with chefs, bartenders, home cooks, and health conscious individuals in mind.
At Lowland Farms, we practice organic and sustainable farming methods.Â We do not use any synthetic chemical fertilizers or pesticides.Â We just started farming this land and hope to attain organic certification in three years.
The farm is the oldest and most respected, and largest producer of farm raised quail in the U.S. No Antibiotics or growth hormones.Â Breed of Quail are Pharaoh or Coturnix.
A community of Roman Catholic Trappist Monks established in 1949 on the site of the historic Mepkin Plantation located on the Cooper River. The fungi grows on 5 foot high columns, stuffed with recycled straw and implanted with spores.
After studying at the Ecole FranĂ§aise de Boulangerie et de Patisserie d'Aurillac in France, owner Mike Ray opened a small bakery in Charleston in 1999. Specializing in traditional French breads, Normandy Farm Artisan Bakery now provides bread to some of the best restaurants in Charleston.
The oil business came about from an idea several years ago when fuel prices soared and the American economy faltered. There was a lot of talk about alternative fuel sources. That sparked an interest in an area that I knew very little about.
This farm is a Certified Naturally Grown Farm and full service organic and natural food purveyor serving the general public, restaurants, retail and wholesale accounts.Â Many of the items that they sell grow directly on the farm or are procured from other farmers in the local area.
A Johns Island staple for over 20 years, Rosebank Farms is a 75-acre farm that grows local produce, curates a variety of local goods and bouquets of fresh flowers.
Split Creek Farm became a commercial Grade A goat dairy in 1985. A small-scale cheese operation started in 1988 in response to a growing demand for domestic goat cheeses and as a means to utilize seasonal excesses of milk.
Storey Farms features free range eggs from chickens and ducks. These are produced in the most sustainable and ethical methods possible.
Three generations of the same family strive to maintain an innovative, modern trout production while keeping that personal touch only a family can provide.
100% Pure Texas Extra Virgin Olive Oil is pressed from arbequina variety olives. The ranch grows Arbequina and Arbosana trees from Spain and Koroneiki trees from Greece.
Our farm, located between the towns of Philadelphia and Loudon, is in the heart of southeast Tennesseeâ€™s dairy-rich Sweetwater Valley. It is known for its agricultural vitality and progress. Weâ€™re proud to be a part of this rich farming region.
Founded in Charleston, SC, theyâ€™ve repurposed old shipping containers to create an indoor, fully automated, vertical farm that allows them to produce crops year round, regardless of seasonal conditions.
Staffed by undeniably good people, Videri Chocolate makes handcrafted bean-to-bar chocolate. They source beans supporting cacao farmers who are committed to high quality and sustainable farming practices.
Husk Charleston is Now Open!
Please visit Open Table to book your table. Reservations are recommended and preferred; however, we may have limited availability for walk-in diners as well.
The Neighborhood Dining Group and Husk Charleston are committed to the safety of our staff, guests and community. We will provide the highest standard of cleanliness and service. It is imperative that we offer a safe place for you to dine, and our teams to work. OUR TEAM WILL: wear face masks at all times, have their temperature and health checked upon arrival, wash their hands with frequency, disinfect surfaces after every use, and perform a nightly deep cleaning of the restaurant. OUR RESTAURANT WILL: be laid out with social distancing and directional parameters in mind, maintain a 6-foot minimum distance between tables, have a maximum of 8 guests per table, provide sanitizing areas for guest use, and provide single-use menus and products to protect all of us. OUR GUESTS are required to wear masks at this time in all public places throughout the restaurant. Once at your table, actively eating and drinking, your mask may be removed. We appreciate your consideration for others at this time.
Our team looks forward to seeing you soon!
The only thing we wonâ€™t be masking is our HOSPITALITY.