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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Light show birthday cake by Art eats Bakery

Bright color marbled fondant birthday cake with multi color light topper with fondant 7 in the center and each side. The letters around the sides are the birthday boy's name ( montrez ). He is autistic and his sister works at the bakery. She said he reponds well to colors and lights.

We can create any style cake that you like. We do artistic unique cakes that are one of a kind masterpieces. Our attention to every detail can not be matched. See our website for Photos and information on ordering. http://www.arteatsbakery.com/
As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or butter rum with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter. Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ sales@arteats.com See hundreds of large easy to see images on our main website. Our pictures are not to be used or copied for any other uses. We own the copy rights to all photos on this blog and our website. Thank you for reading. Visit us at Art Eats Bakery Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina :Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg , Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Roasted garlic vinaigarette pork loin recipe

Roasted Garlic:
Ingredients
2 heads garlic
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt
Pork Loin:
1 (3 1/2 to 4 1/2-pound) boneless pork loin
Salt
Freshly ground black pepper
Vinaigrette:
Roasted garlic, recipe follows
1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley leaves
1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
3/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons water
Preheat the oven to 475 degrees F.
For the Roasted Garlic:
Cut the bulbs of garlic in half crosswise into a top and bottom. Place the garlic halves on a sheet of foil, drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Fold the foil up and around the garlic halves, making sure they stay flat. Seal the foil into an airtight package. Roast until golden and soft, about 60 minutes. Keep the garlic in the foil and let cool slightly.
For the Pork:
Place the pork loin in a medium, heavy roasting pan. Season all sides with salt and pepper. Place the pork in the oven 30 minutes after the garlic has started roasting. Roast until an instant-read thermometer registers 140 to 145 degrees F, about 30 to 40 minutes. Remove the roasting pan from the oven, tent the pork loin with foil, and let rest for 15 minutes.
For the vinaigrette:
Remove the garlic from the foil. Remove the cloves by squeezing the base of the garlic. Place the garlic, parsley, and balsamic vinegar in a blender. Pulse the machine until blended. Drizzle the oil into the blender while the machine is running. Add the sugar, salt, pepper, and water and blend until incorporated.
To serve:
Slice the pork into 3/4-inch thick slices and transfer to a serving platter. Drizzle some of the vinaigrette over the pork and pass the remaining vinaigrette alongside the pork in a small dish.

How to choose the right wedding cake and bakery



How to Choose the Right Wedding Cake & Bakery
Art Eats Bakery
Greenville, SC






The cake is such a uniquely challenging part of planning any wedding, since it has to both look wonderful and taste great. As you make your selection, learn the characteristics you should seek out (as well as the ones you need to avoid). Visit us at Art Eats Bakery





Do: Your HomeworkLook at tons of wedding cake photos so you know your options. If you have a custom style in mind, cut out pictures, snip fabric swatches, and pull from other resources. Before you start sketching out cake plans, learn about a few basic terms, such as fondant and buttercream. Bought fondant makes for a very neat, put-together design but has a taste and texture that some brides may not prefer, alternatively there is buttercream; which tastes great but can’t be molded or colored in the same way as fondant. We make our fondant fresh from natural ingredients over real buttercream, so you can get the best of both worlds. With each icing there is limitations but your baker can help you chose what is best for you design. Schedule a consultation and be sure to taste the cakes, fillings, icings and fondant. If they are separate you can mix and match each of the flavors to find which combination you prefer.








HINT: While fondant is normally draped over a cake that’s been frosted with buttercream, a high-end baker can roll out the fondant in a thin layer. That way, the fondant looks superb while buttercream dominates your taste buds.








Do: Customize Your Wedding Cake Breaking away from the traditional look for a wedding cake a couple whose wedding was beach themed chose a three tier square sandcastle wedding cake with white chocolate seashells with some blue pearl dust and sugar handcrafted sandcastle topper. The cake has butter cream covered in edible sand and the gold accents are edible. The sugar flag has their initial. If the topper is kept dry, it can be a keepsake. One of the first things guests notice when they enter the wedding reception is the cake, so make sure it fits the d├ęcor and suits your style. You can use any inspiration point to start with, from your wedding colors to your reception space – even the lace on your gown. Bring photos, ribbons, or anything that will help convey the theme and colors you are using. Now there is no standard for wedding cakes. It can be traditional or something sculpted that looks like art. One that tastes great that isn’t the traditional white cake with vanilla is a chocolate fudge cake covered with buttercream and accented with crushed peanuts or peanut butter candies.








HINT: An easy way to personalize your cake is to monogram it. Having you wedding monogram written in scroll-like royal icing on the middle tier or onto an oval piece of fondant and framed with sugar pearls on the bottom tier.








Do: Book Your Wedding Cake Bakery Early
Cake bakers should be booked four to six months before your wedding, though some reputable bakers are hired up to a year in advance. If you have someone in mind, don’t wait. Secure their services now then nail down the specifics later. They will allow a save the date deposit for this purpose. Some reception sites may require you to use their catering services, but stringent cake rules are less common.
One of our bride’s ideas was a four tier square fondant wedding cake with royal icing designs, purple ribbons, and hydrangeas. The fondant is off white and the royal icing is white, so the designs show up more.








Do: Schedule a Time to Cut the Wedding CakeTraditionally, the cake cutting signifies that the end of the reception is near (and cues the elder attendees that they can politely slip out), so couples typically wait until an hour before the party ends to cut it. If you don’t want to interrupt your dance party, entrance while everyone’s eyes are on you.








HINT: If you cut the cake toward the end of the evening, you could opt to serve an additional dessert with the cake slices. Choose something light, like sorbet for a summertime wedding or chocolate mousse in the fall or winter.








Do: Get Wedding Cake Baker ReferencesFind a cake baker who can deliver precisely what you want within your budget. Do some research. Ask recent brides whose cakes you liked for suggestions and check bakers’ websites to see if there’s a cake similar to what you’re seeking or ask if the can make a custom cake design for you. Check out their reviews.
HINT: Before you place an order, your cake contract should include contact info for the vendor; wedding date, time, and delivery location; delivery and setup fees; total amount due; cake design specifications and flavors; plus their cancellation and refund policies. Do: Eat a Piece of Your Wedding CakeCouples often don’t get a chance to eat their own wedding cake. Ask your caterer to save some for you. Share it with your new spouse as a snack that night or taste it at the post wedding brunch. You deserve to enjoy the cake you worked so hard to help create.








HINT: If you’re planning to keep your top tier for your one-year anniversary, make sure that your caterer wraps it in tin foil and packs it into a tight storage container for the freezer.
Another of our bride’s chose a three tier round fondant wedding cake with embossed diamonds and sugar pearls.








Don’t: Overdo the Wedding Cake Add-Ons








Flowers and other additions like polka dots and stripes are great, but use them in moderation. Whether you’re going for large sugar flowers like tulips or small ones like baby violets, don’t overwhelm the cake. Make sure your cake design allows for breathing room on the top or bottom tiers so your cake doesn’t look smothered. Remember that simplicity can be beautiful.








HINT: Sugar flowers can be beautiful whether molded into something small and dainty or large and lush. When it come to fresh flower, stick with the heartier blooms like roses, dahlias, and calla lilies, which are less likely to wilt and more likely to hold up during the evening.








Don’t: Choose an Inedible Wedding Cake ColorYou want your wedding cake to coordinate with your wedding day colors, but remember it’s a dessert that your guests will be eating. Instead of a bold red cake with gold accents, go for a white or chocolate cake with a few red and gold accents so it will taste better. If you’re having a blue and green wedding, for the best flavor, get a white cake with blue ribbon trim, or ask your baker for green-frosted accents or flowers. Darker colors can still be achieved by airbrush techniques that use less color.








HINT: Consider your frosting options when choosing a color. Both buttercream and fondant can be dyed just about any basic shade, but you’ll get a wider color spectrum with fondant.Don’t: Make the Wedding Cake YourselfUnless you’re a pastry chef – and even if you are – think twice about making you own cake. You’ll have enough to handle without having to worry about whether the cake is moist enough or decorated just right. Even if you want a very basic cake with simple trim or dots, it‘s best to stick with the DIY to escort cards and favors and hire an experienced baker, if only to give yourself some peace of mind. Be sure to see if they have liability insurance, a business license and a DHEC license.








HINT: A relative or friend may offer to make the cake for your wedding, but be wary. It’s better to politely decline the offer up front than to be disappointed with the cake later. Unless you’ve seen your friend’s or relative’s work and are absolutely certain that you like it, think twice before taking them up on their offer.








Don’t: Choose a Generic Wedding Cake Topper








Consider your cake a great piece of art. Just like you wouldn’t put a Picasso in a plastic frame, you should avoid completing your cake with a generic bride and groom topper. Instead, pick something that’s “you.” If you have an heirloom piece – say, an antique brooch – work with your baker to incorporate it into your top tier. You can also consider using your mom and dad’s (or even grandparents’) cake topper as your “something old.” Look to your locale as well. A cluster of white chocolate coral can look stunning for a beachside celebration, or try a fondant snowflake for a winter wedding. Some other potential ideas: having a cascade of icing ribbons or using sugar letters to reveal your new monogram. We can design an edible topper or a crystal and wire topper.








HINT: Still not into the cake topper idea? Simply don’t use one at all. Some cake designs look great without a topper. Do it this way and you won’t distract from the pattern on the cake.








Don’t: Ignore Your Wedding Cake FlavorWhat’s inside the cake counts too. Nix the standard chocolate-and-vanilla idea and have fun with your cake flavors. Some of the most popular flavors are chocolate fudge, strawberry, lemon, and fudge marble for the cake. Icings and fillings have greatly changed as well; ranging from the classic vanilla to amaretto, and a wide variety in between. A full listing of our flavors can be found at flavors. There’s a flavor to pleas virtually every couple’s taste buds. While most bakers using the expensive ingredients involved in making couture concoctions as well as alternating layers of flavors will potentially up your price per slice considerably, we don’t charge anything extra for most of these perks. Save on cost and get more flavors for large weddings. Consider adding a sheet cake(s) if you are having a rather large amount of people attending your celebration. Sheet cakes can be done in the same flavor as the main cake or can be varied depending on the couple’s preference.








Don’t: Forget About TransportationMost bakeries offer either pick-up or delivery, some offer both. When picking up a cake consider the type of vehicle used to transport the cake, SUV’s and vans work the best. We provide a non slip mat to place under your cake to prevent movement. Remember that the speed you go is not so much the issue; braking and taking turns at a high speed are the main concerns in transporting a cake.
A wedding cake can be used to reflect on moments captured in pictures throughout your courtship and/or your lives. We can transfer them to sugar paper and edible ink.







Thank you for reading. Visit us at Art Eats Bakery







Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina :Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg,Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path,North Carolina : Shellby, Charlotte, Harrisburg, Concord, Lincolnton, Hendersonville, Ashville, Weaverville, Marion, Clayton, Highlands, Frankland,Georgia : Atlanta, Gainsville, Maysville, Jefferson, Elberton, Royston, Toccoa, Clarksville

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Creative kid's fondant birthday cakes by Art Eats Bakery


Bryson's two tier white and yellow fondant 1st birthday cake with stars, starbursts, polka dots and red number one.


Jungle theme fondant 1st birthday cake with sugar sculpture tree, lion and monkey. The background was airbrushed with food color and the trees were handpainted. the grass and leaves on the sides were a combination of painting and royal icing piping.

Close up of the monkey and lion handcrafted sugar figures.


3 D fondant roller skate birthday cakes for twin boys and the sheet cake that said happy birthday. One skate has blue fondant laces and wheels and the other is neon green.


Now children can have the same quality cakes as adults.

We can create any style cake that you like. We do artistic unique cakes that are one of a kind masterpieces. Our attention to every detail can not be matched. See our website for Photos and information on ordering. http://www.arteatsbakery.com/
As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or butter rum with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter. Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ sales@arteats.com See hundreds of large easy to see images on our main website. Our pictures are not to be used or copied for any other uses. We own the copy rights to all photos on this blog and our website. Thank you for reading. Visit us at Art Eats Bakery Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina :Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg , Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path


Saturday, February 13, 2010

5 small wedding and 1 Sweethearts' ball cake



Art Eats Bakery http://www.arteatsbakery.com
We made 5 two tier fondant wedding cakes with different combinations of sugar pearls, royal icing designs and handcrafted heart toppers for WMYI 's vow renewal contest. 5 couples were chosen to renew their vows and celebrate at the Embassy Suites on Verde Blvd. in Greenville,SC. They each recived a gift package and one of the gifts was a wedding cake to share with their guests.

The Sweethearts charity ball was held later that evening and we donated a four tier fondant cake with white, pink and dark pink pearl hearts and sugar pearls.

We can create any style cake that you like. We do artistic unique cakes that are one of a kind masterpieces. Our attention to every detail can not be matched. See our website for Photos and information on ordering. http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or butter rum with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter. Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ sales@arteats.com See hundreds of large easy to see images on our main website. Our pictures are not to be used or copied for any other uses. We own the copy rights to all photos on this blog and our website. Thank you for reading. Visit us at Art Eats Bakery Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina :Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg , Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path






Saturday, February 6, 2010

3D fondant cakes based on video games

Art Eats Bakery http://www.arteatsbakery.com

3D Play Station 2 game birthday cake with stack of Final Fantasy games cake and sugar paste controller. The cakes were covered with white fondant and airbrushed with food color.


Three tier mad hatter (topsy turvy) style square fondant World of Warcraft wedding cake with red Horde banner. The top two tiers and the board are painted with brown food color to resemble wood grain and the bottom tier, distressed leather. The boarders are faux silver metal with rivets, leather lacing and teeth for spikes. the treasure chest topper is handcrafted from sugar paste. The entire cake is edible.



XBOX game system with game stacks kid's fondant birthday cake.



Two tier fondant Super Mario Brothers fondant birthday cake for twin boys. The top tier is a magic mushroom and the bottom is the scenery with bricks, coins, clouds, buildings and trees. the sugar figures are Mario, luigi, fire flower, magic mushroom, and star. The Happy birthday signs are also sugar. everything is edible except the sign posts.

Bring a video game to life for a birthday, Groom's or even a wedding cake. Art Eats bakery can make sugar figures or carve a cake to make a video game cake that will thrill the biggest gamer. They can be simple or really detailed to suit a small child or an adult.
We can create any style cake that you like. We do artistic unique cakes that are one of a kind masterpieces. Our attention to every detail can not be matched. See our website for Photos and information on ordering. http://www.arteatsbakery.com/
As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or Amaretto with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter.
Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC
See hundreds of large easy to see images on our main website. Our pictures are not to be used or copied for any other uses. We on the copy rights to all photos on this blog and our website.Thank you for reading.
Visit us at Art Eats Bakery
Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina :Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg , Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

10% off coupon for any wedding or Groom's cake

Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC
Order you wedding or groom's cake by 2/28/2010 and recive 10% off regular price. Ask about our package deal for both cakes when you mention this ad. You may copy and print the coupon.
See our website for our Valentine fondant heart cake special.
We can create any style cake that you like. We do artistic unique cakes that are one of a kind masterpieces. Our attention to every detail can not be matched. See our website for Photos and information on ordering. http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or Amaretto with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter. Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ sales@arteats.com See hundreds of large easy to see images on our main website. Our pictures are not to be used or copied for any other uses. We on the copy rights to all photos on this blog and our website. Thank you for reading. Visit us at Art Eats Bakery Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina : Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg, Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path

Art Eats Bakery webisodes

We just got a video camera for the bakery and will start posting clips of us making and decorating cakes. What kind of things would you like to see in these videos? Leave comments and let us know.
We can create any style cake that you like. We do artistic unique cakes that are one of a kind masterpieces. Our attention to every detail can not be matched. See our website for Photos and information on ordering. http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or Amaretto with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter. Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ sales@arteats.comSee hundreds of large easy to see images on our main website. Our pictures are not to be used or copied for any other uses. We on the copy rights to all photos on this blog and our website.Thank you for reading. Visit us at Art Eats Bakery Our main service area includes these cities and towns in South Carolina :Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg , Pacolet, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Belton, Clemson, Easley, Seneca, Hartwell, Donalds, Ware Shoals, Greenwood, Newberry, Prosperity, Winnsboro, Irmo, Lexington, Columbia, lugoff, Camden, Kershaw, Rock Hill,York, Gaffney, Saluda, Calhoun Falls, Williamston, Fork Shoals, Princeton, Gray Court, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Pelham, Duncun, Lyman, Welford, Taylors, Inman, Gramling, Campobello, Landrum, Travelers Rest, Tigerville, Cleveland, Caesar's Head, Slater-Marietta, Pickens, Powdersville, Conestee, Clinton, Liberty, Anderson, Pelzer, Westminster, Chapin, Honea Path