2016 Culinary Domestic Trip to Charleston
Discovering the Culinary Treasures of Charleston
May 8 – 10, 2016
Our trip was a great success! See photos on our Facebook page here.
FCP was thrilled to launch our first domestic culinary excursion. We chose the “#1 City in to Travel to in the United States” according to Conde Nast Traveler Magazine, Charleston, SC. Our tours are known for their immersion into the culture the area we are visiting and learning what influences their cuisine while earning continuing education credits along the way. As a FCP member, you can bring a foodie friend along who is not a FCP member or a dietitian.
What makes FCP tours so special is choosing a city that is known for its world renowned cuisine. Home to many James Beard nominated and award winning chefs, you will learn not just how to use an ingredient in the recipe, but where it comes directly from and the history behind many Lowcountry dishes.
Culinary Tour costs $1,599.00 for double occupancy. $252.00 single supplement.
May 8, 2016
First day activities include a Private Carriage Tour and Welcome Dinner in a historic home with a Lowcountry food introduction by Lowcountry Eats.
May 9, 2016
Day two will start with Breakfast at Barony Tavern w/ Chef Bob Carter. Then off to the plantations to learn the history and etiquette of wining and dining in Charleston. Lunch will be prepared by you as you work along beside Chef Bob Waggoner outside at the Charleston Tea Plantation. You will have some free time before heading out for a Lowcountry evening on the docks to learn about Gullah Cuisine from Chef BJ Dennis.
May 10, 2016
Your final morning will spend at your leisure as you pack and prepare for your departure. Breakfast is on your own but eat light because at 10:00 AM you will be taken on a culinary journey by the most successful restaurant group in Charleston, The Indigo Road. Go behind the scenes of Indaco, O-Ku, The Macintosh and The Cocktail Club. Meet the chefs and work with them to create one of the establishments signature dishes.
Download a program overview here.