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Events

Slow Food Charleston is planning several events for the rest of the 2015 year. Be sure to visit the website for more details or like us on Facebook to be kept up to date.

Save the Date:

February 13, 2016: Slow Sips at Love Bites at Mixson Market

March 5, 2016: Slow Meat Pitmaster Roast at Home Team BBQ

March 21, 2016: Snail Awards at The American Theater

April 18, 2016: Spring Potluck

Have an event idea, or want to get your event posted on the Slow Food Charleston site? Please contact us today!

Upcoming Events

Slow Meat Pitmaster Roast at Home Team BBQ
Saturday March 5, 2016
Home Team BBQ will host a Slow Meat Pitmaster Roast at their new downtown location (126 Williman Street) on Saturday, March 5 to promote the national educational campaign—Slow Meat and to raise funds for Slow Food Charleston. Several of the South’s top pitmasters including Aaron Siegel, Taylor Garrigan, and Madison Ruckel from Home Team BBQ, Jonathan and Justin Fox from the Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q in Atlanta, Carey Bringle from Peg Leg Porker Restaurant in Nashville, and Pat Martin of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint in Nashville will participate in the event alongside Chef Michael Gallina, former chef de cuisine at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Each featured pitmaster and chef will have a station serving up a variety of dishes featuring “slow meat” (some on Cowboy Cauldrons) and there will be an assortment of snacks and sides. Specialty cocktails featuring High Wire Distilling Co. and beer by Holy City Brewing will be available. The event is from 6:00 to 9:00PM and costs $50 per person plus tax. This includes the food and three drink tickets.

After the Roast, attendees will have access to an After Show Concert featuring Big Bill Morganfield™, a multi-award winning blues artist. The son of McKinley Morganfield (a.k.a. Muddy Waters), Big Bill has played all over the world over the past fifteen years. He was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in St. Louis in 2013 as a “Master Blues Artist” and he is owner of his own recording agency Black Shuck Records.

To purchase tickets, visit http://www.citypapertickets.com/events/30643908/slow-meat-pitmaster-roast-at-home-team-bbqs-new-downtown-location 
Slow Food Charleston Organizes Inaugural Snail Awards
Monday March 21, 2016
Slow Food Charleston is organizing an inaugural Snail Awards to recognize leaders in the community that support the Slow Food movement. The event, set for Monday, March 21 from 6:00 to 9:00pm, will take place at The American Theater.

For the event, there will be an awards ceremony that will announce the winners of the following award categories—The Activist, The Provider, The Artist (food & beverage categories), The Snailblazer, and The Place. There is also an award for The Legend which will be presented to Chef Mike Lata of FIG and The Ordinary, who was one of the original founders of the Slow Food Charleston chapter and is a starch advocate of supporting local foodways. Lata will be a Master of Ceremonies for the event.

Immediately following the ceremony, there is a reception featuring dishes by chefs Kevin Mitchell of the Culinary Institute of Charleston, Nico Romo of FISH, Lauren Mitterer of WildFlour, and Jacques Larson of Wild Olive  & The Obstinate Daughter, and John Fleer of Rhubarb in Asheville, North Carolina. Entertainment will be by Gracie and Lacy. Tickets are $80 per person for members, and $90 per person for nonmember and can be purchased at www.snailawardschs.com.