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Teresa Taylor Life Editor


About Teresa

Soon after arriving in Charleston in 1983, Teresa Taylor realized how extraordinary the food of the Lowcountry is and began a quest to enjoy it as many times and ways as possible. Fortunately, she became the newspaper's Food editor in 2003. She writes stories for Wednesday's Food section and a recipe exchange column for home cooks called "Now We're Cooking," which appears in Sunday editions. Taylor, in nearly 30 years with The Post and Courier, has been a copy editor, weekend editor, news editor of the Evening Post, and was executive business editor for more than a decade. She previously worked for Gannett's Westchester-Rockland newspaper group in White Plains, N.Y., and the Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald.

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Freezing weather, football and fresh homemade mints on tap

As I write this, temperatures are forecast to plummet to 18 degrees tonight. Visions are dancing in my head, but not of sweet and...

New year is time for a fresh start in reading and eating

My version of a tough position to be in: Caught between a cast-iron pan and a panini press. Let me explain the dilemma.

In honor of a special Harleyville woman and a friend through food

When finishing up last week's column, I felt a little flash of anxiety: I had no pending recipe requests to work with for this...

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