Robert F. Moss writes about food, drink, and travel. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, he is the Contributing Barbecue Editor for Southern Living, Restaurant Critic for the Post & Courier, and the author of five books on food and beverage history.Read More About Robert

The Lost Southern Chefs: A History of Commercial Dining in the Nineteenth-Century South

Recent News / Media

Hello, Central!

The 2nd Tuesday of each month I am a regular guest on the BBQ Central Show. In the most recent episode, host Greg Rempe and I talked about pulled pork vs. chopped pork and why it matters.

Book Signing at Buxton Books

On Sunday, April 10 I'll be signing copies of The Lost Southern Chefs at Buxton Books on King Street in Charleston. Come out and say hi!

Cue the Reviews!

It's finally official: I've signed on with the Post & Courier here in Charleston as the paper's new Restaurant Critic.

The Lost Southern Chefs Arrive!

Today is the official publication date of The Lost Southern Chefs: A History of Commercial Dining in the 19th Century South.
loading features . . .