Handcrafted & Homegrown: Episode 6, A Scent To Remember and Flagler Tea Company
A Scent To Remember is an all natural aromatherapy bath and body boutique. Owners Jackie & Don Buckingham have extensive training in aromatherapy and cosmetics, making them experts in formulating the right combination of ingredients to meet their customers' needs. As an added bonus, Flagler Tea Company (another Jackie & Don creation) operates out of the same building and offers over 45 different varieties of herbal teas for you to sip while you shop.
Handcrafted & Homegrown: Episode 5, The Island Grille
Listen in as Gary Maresca, Chef and Owner of The Island Grille, shares how his family traditions inspired him to bring you top-notch cuisine and hometown hospitality.
Handcrafted & Homegrown: Episode 4, Flagler Fish Company
Chris Casper, Chef and Owner of Flagler Fish Company, prides himself on offering only the freshest and finest seafood and beef available. Dine-in for a deliciously prepared meal, always from scratch, from their extensive menu. Or if you're more of a DIY type, pick up the perfect cut of USDA certified prime beef or a filet of your favorite fish to take home.
Handcrafted & Homegrown: Episode 3, Flagler Surf Art & Stuff
Meet Carla Cline, Artist and Owner of Flagler Surf Art & Stuff. She's a Florida native and a Flagler Beach local. Carla expresses her passion for life through creating art, which she sells in her gift shop along with a large selection of handcrafted items made by local artists.
Handcrafted & Homegrown: Episode 2, Beach Belly Bob's Sandwich Shop
Meet Bob Gamblain, Chef and Owner of Beach Belly Bob's Sandwich Shop. Bob gave up his career in the medical field and sold off everything he owned to move to Flagler Beach and open his own restaurant. While seeing full, happy people fuels his fire, the camaraderie between he and his customers is the most rewarding part of his job.
Handcrafted & Homegrown: Episode 1, Down To Earth Pottery
Meet Heather Wales, Artist and Owner of Down To Earth Pottery. Heather has been creating with clay for over 25 years. Her work is often inspired by nature which is apparent in the colors of the earth and sea in her designs. She has owned and operated pottery studios in New Jersey and New Mexico, where she taught students of all ages how to create magic with a ball of clay and a wheel. A graduate of the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale, Heather has returned to Florida to fulfill her dream of running a “studio with a view of the sea.”