These local experts are taking the Eat Local Challenge and will be sharing their experiences along the way. Follow our social media accounts and join our Facebook Eat Local Challenge support group for updated links to their stories and photos and more!


Charleston Food Writer 

Candice Herriott, aka Charleston Food Writer, is a local blogger that enjoys good food. From fine dining to home cooking, she uses her platforms to share her discoveries with other food loving people. Follow her this month as she dives into the challenge of eating locally.

Plate South

Libby Williams is a photographer, a graphic designer, a mother of one, and a huge foodie. Every day, food plays a significant role in our lives. But how do we make those decisions? How do we choose what to eat every day? Plate South searches for these answers. Join Libby on her journey during the Eat Local Challenge.

Holy City Sinner 

Holy City Sinner™, which quietly debuted in August 2011, has grown to become one of the most popular local blogs in Charleston, SC. In 20142015, and 2016 the residents of the city voted the website and its Twitter feed as the best in Charleston! Follow Christian Senger as he takes this month-long challenge to eat local.

Queen of the Food Age

Started in 2011 by Sydney Gallimore, aka the queen, Queen of the Food Age is a blog about everything food related – featuring quotes, recipes, reviews, events, pictures, musings and other random fodder. Follow Sydney as she uses her passions of food and writing throughout the month of April.

Post and Courier’s Daily Food Digest 

Follow along each week in the Food Section of the Post and Courier as Food Editor, Hanna Raskin, interviews a Challenger each week to see what they ate that day.

Jordan Amaker
Director of Marketing & Communications
Director of Marketing & Communications