Welcome to CRAVES SOUL FOOD-
CRAVES SOUL FOOD CATERING
Heritage Cookin’ at its best:
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1- (843) 926-0513
Menu Varies: A DIFFERENT Prioleau Rice every time! Baked Turkey Wings or Baked/Fried/ or BBQ Chicken, local Fish or Smothered Pork Steak, Candied Yams or Sweet Potato Soufflé’, Farm Fresh Vegetables or Lima Beans, Homemade Potato Salad or Oven Baked Mac n cheese, and much, much more to choose from.
Oysters! Crabs! Chicken Wings! And more good food!
New! CRAVES Soul Food Catering:
Delivery or Pickup available of Full Service Catering
On-site and Off-site Services.
Every Friday try a taste of CRAVES Call ahead for Take out!
We Deliver GROUPS -OFFICE/ ON-THE-JOB
Authentic cooking: Fish, Shrimp, BBQ, Fried/Baked Chicken, Soup/Stews, Rice Prioleau, Yams Fresh Vegetables, Lima Beans, Oven Baked Mac n cheese, Homemade Salads, and more…
Accepting New Catering Request.
We are licensed, bonded and insured and we are more than
happy to provide you with references upon request.
CRAVES Catering Request Forms
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We offer quality catering for all events and have menus for:
• Breakfast • Lunch • Hors d’ oeuvres • Dinner • BBQ • Boxed lunches
Receptions, Offices, Reunions, Employees, Tourist, etc…
Small & large groups are welcomed.
Whether you need catering for a wedding or boxed lunches for an office staff,
there is no job to big or too small for CRAVES Soul Food Catering.
We accept cash, checks, Visa,
MasterCard, and American Express as forms of payment.
Call CRAVES Soul Food Catering today to schedule us for your next event!
For a taste of CRAVES contact us for upcoming dates and times at our home base venue located at the SCOTT’S GRAND Grand Reception and Corporate Center, 5060 Dorchester Rd Suite 320, North Charleston, SC 29418.
We can accommodate 200 plus!
Buses/Motor-coaches are welcomed just call ahead.
Flavorful Meals for Individuals, Businesses, Families,Communities, & Special Events.
We welcome networking opportunities with others in the food service industry.
Welcome to CRAVES Soul Food Catering, LLC
The preparation of Gullah/Geechee Soul Food:
Our ancestors also planted greens on the pieces of land they lived on.
Making a “mess of greens” it was called… cooking a lot of leaves, water, and meat in a big black iron pot.
Greens were mostly served with sweet potatoes,
macaroni and cheese, corn bread, and ice tea for a real “down South” meal.
Black-eyed peas, another soul food icon, originally came from Africa and was often eaten in US on New Year Day to bring prosperity. This tradition is still carried out in many homes today. Some also believe that black-eyed peas will make you become strong.
Sweet potatoes were often parboiled, sliced and then baked, using sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and butter. This dish was, commonly called “candied yams” also boiled, then pureed and baked into pies .
“Rice”- One pot cooking, Low Country Gullah Rice, Geechee call it “Prioleau rice“
Join us at CRAVES Soul Food- Heritage Cooking at it’s best!
We had rice everyday. When you said what you were eating for dinner, you always assumed the rice was there.
That was one of my jobs too. To cook the rice.
A source of pride to me was that I cooked rice like a grown person.
I could cook it till every grain stood by itself.
Gullah slave song from the South Carolina Low Country, recorded in 1862
Among the Pines; or, South in Secession-Time (New York, 1862)
Come listen, all you darkies, come listen to my song,
It am about ole Massa, who use me bery wrong:
In de cole, frosty morning’, it an’t so bery nice,
Wid de water to de middle to de hoe among de rice -Edmund Kirke