At the helm March 2021

At the Helm

anuskafDear reader... 

Spring is here, and at Monthly we are full of enthusiasm and ready to enjoy the delightful season. 

As nature shows off its beauty this month, we are showcasing the allure of the outdoors. 

A guide to the top bird-watching spots in the Lowcountry offers rich opportunities to experience the area’s diverse avian life. 

Beginners can learn the basics of the burgeoning popularity of kayak fishing, and we highlight the health benefits of enjoying time outside. An expected boost in positive thinking and creativity makes us want to dash outdoors. 

Meet Roberto Rodriguez, who has spent years studying mushrooms and seeks them out wherever they grow. The “Mushroom Hunter” began foraging to start eating healthier. 

Speaking of food, we are highlighting the essential chefs who feed our community with our Top Chefs section. Read the stories behind the culinary artists who regale us with savory foods. 

There’s nothing like the traditions of Southern cuisine. If you are in the mood for a delicious meal, read about the staples of the South that are infused with history and taste. 

Renowned chef and cultural historian Sallie Ann Robinson shares her favorite family food memories. Her recollections will have you smelling the richness of the dishes. 

In our business section, we spotlight a “mom-and-pop” company that has grown to have more than 100 employees and has operations throughout the Southeast. 

Have questions about the coronavirus vaccine? Beaufort Memorial Hospital’s chief medical officer offers essential insight. 

Thank you for inviting us into your lives. Enjoy your Lowcountry spring. 

ANUSKA FREY: Publisher 
anuska@hiltonheadmonthly.com