There were two other lives-to-eat occasions in Charleston. One was at the legendary Hymans Seafood for lunch. I had the Carolina Delight, a lightly fried grit cake covered with a choice of seafood (I had salmon) and topped in a creamy garlic alfredo sauce. Sensational.
The other place, for dinner, was Heart, a small, plain-looking place, where I had lamb meatballs and my wife chose chicken livers. We traded bites, of course. Wonderful.
I’m back home now and eating to live.
Ray Moscowitz of Bloomington is a retired newspaper editor and former publisher of the Peru Tribune. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.