How South Carolina’s own Ed Currie weaponized food and created the world’s hottest pepper.
It would probably still be up there if I hadn’t climbed back into the hayloft to get the pocketknife to cut into the hay bales for the horses below.
Apart from winding creeks, salty river edges, and live oaks dated back before our great-great-grandparents, roadside produce stands are arguably one of the oldest staples of the Lowcountry.
Good research is all about thinking outside the box: coming up with novel ways to find answers for difficult questions. But a one research program at the Bluff has the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy thinking outside the box — by thinking inside the box.