HoneyBaked Ham serves up succulent slices of meat, lovingly roasted, smoked, and otherwise coaxed into deliciousness. Its classic sandwiches pile poultry, beef, and more between bread bookends for a quick and quality meal. Barnyard-based sandwiches include the HoneyBaked Ham Classic, featuring the meat magnate’s signature honey-crusted ham and a creamy honey-mustard sauce. The Turkey Bacon Blitz matches the Thanksgiving mascot with cheddar cheese and savory sauce atop a fresh Ciabatta roll. Chicken salad and veggie sandwiches are also available for farmers attempting to turn over a new leaf. Choose a side item to accompany the classic sandwich on its digestive journey—options include potato salad, pasta salad or a fruit cup—and write an edible epilogue to your tale with one of HoneyBaked Ham’s fresh-baked cookies.
Wes Rhoten, owner of Rhoten's Country Sausage, has been making sausage his whole life; he learned the trade from his father, who inherited the recipe from his mother. For more than 67 years, the family has sold their sausages out of the same shop. Their products have spawned enthusiasts, including one former governor who, according to the Rhotens, declared their onion sausage the "best sausage in South Carolina."
In order to make that sausage, the Rhotens procure whole natural boston butts—a cut of pork from high on a pig's shoulder—and trim them of excess fat, yielding a lean, flavorful product. Patrons can buy the sausage in links, plain, laced with onions and garlic, or loose to use in dishes such as chili or meatloaf. The company's butchers also take custom orders for sausages made sodium-free or with chicken, turkey, or beef.
Since 1980, the team at My Friend's Place has been whipping up deli classics with homespun touches. That means that the signature chicken, egg, and tuna salads are made from scratch, and funky touches are added to hot sandwiches. Reubens, for instance, can be transformed into Southern-style creations by substituting sauerkraut for coleslaw, while a roast-beef and cheddar sandwich comes with jalape?o and tangy horseradish rather than the least flavorful sandwich add-on, croutons. To round out the menu, the staff crafts even healthier options, like avocado-topped salads and veggie-filled wraps.
The Swank Company stocks their boutique with an eclectic array of accessories, home décor, household products, and gifts. Peruse glamorous garment garnishments like jewelry, handbags, wallets, belt buckles, and scarves that can be mixed and matched to complete any costume change. Eco-friendly Caldrea home cleaning products ($7.65–$35.70) help maintain a sparkly home, while a multitude of bath products ($2.55–$49.30) can turn bodies into aromatically pleasant living spaces for tattoos depicting the original cast of The Young and the Restless.
The maritime chefs at Crab King of Augusta populate their savory menu with fresh seafood and a celebrated garlic dipping sauce. Start off with 1- or 2-pounds of shrimp bathed in steam and seasoning blends, recalling a jacuzzi party hosted by Mrs. Dash. Toothsome morsels of bacon-wrapped scallops and fried oysters infiltrate muzzles after increasing their allure with a bath in Crab King's signature garlic dipping sauce. Tea and soft drinks add refreshment throughout the meal, while a pair or quartet of Sara Lee strawberry shortcake cups provides a better finale than eating a The Cosby Show season eight boxed set.