Exquisite Eats: Stuffed Green Peppers


Written by: Chef Breeze

I LOVE stuffed peppers. I did my own variation of this dish when I first found my love of cooking. I made it for my parents and my boyfriend at the time who happened to LOVE how it tasted. Too bad I dumped him a few months later. There is a lot of flavor packed in a dish like this so feel free to broaden your horizons and substitute things on this list. Read more

Exquisite Eats: Loaded Potato & Chicken Casserole


Written: Chef Breeze

I’m sure we have all been there.

You and your partner dragging your bodies home after a long day of working. You pass out on the couch for a few minutes and then try to decide what to eat for dinner. Let’s not forget the challenge of figuring out whose turn it is to cook. But it has nothing on the war on what to eat. You want one thing, they want something else. You bicker for a while, maybe throw things back and forth. Eventually one of you gives in to the other and then all is well…for the moment. Read more

Exquisite Exclusive: Alexis Roberts


Written by: Kimberly Bowman

In Exquisite Exclusives, we typically highlight extraordinary people in the Charleston, or surrounding areas, who are doing awesome things in their community and have bright futures ahead of them. While there are, I’m sure, millions of people out there be “exquisite,” we sometimes forget the amazing people that we have working behind the scenes on our team! Read more

Exquisite Eats: Little Oreo Cheesecakes


Written by: Chef Breeze

Brace yourself. You are about to have food-gasm.

A delicious treat for yourself after a long day of working out, or maybe even a sweet dessert at a small dinner party. If you are on a healthy kick, I definitely recommend getting low fat oreos, and lighten up on the sugar and vanilla. Or if you want to mix and match and experiment with flavor, use some of the different flavor oreos. Read more

Internet Bullying is bad mkay?


Written by: Alexis Roberts

Remember when you would get picked on in class for wearing glasses? Or simply just not dressing like everyone else? Once the Internet started taking off, so did bullying. It went from the classrooms, to social media. Internet trolls have taken over Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. I personally believe it’s this way because people can now hide behind an online username instead of face-to-face confrontation. Read more

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