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Cudaco, which recently opened on James Island, is dealing in surf but selling it like turf. The name is a reference to barracudas, which are typically dismissed as trash fish.

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Handmade with fresh fruit, the juice-based paletas include lime pops, bright as safety vests; mango pops streaked with chamoy and coconut pops with sliced kiwi and strawberries suspended within them.

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Marcela Ochoa, a Venezuelan immigrant, was disappointed by the dearth of empanadas and perico she last year encountered after moving to the Charleston area. She and her husband, Armando Garcia, recently launched RikiQuito is make up for what was missing.

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The West Ashley market’s menu features all of the classic dishes which rattle around eaters’ minds when asked to think about which global cuisine they love most, including khachapuri (the melty-and-eggy stuffed cheese bread from Georgia), borscht, plov and herring using a fur coat (the Russian layered salad of beets and pickled fish).


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