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Columbia - The StateApril 3, 2013 

Slow Food at Indie Grits

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Slow Food and the Nickelodeon are again partnering for the Slow Food at Indie Grits Sustainable Chefs Showcase, 4-7 p.m. April 14 at 711 Whaley.

The Slow Food community celebrates local, sustainable and seasonal foods and the act of actually slowing down in your daily life and coming together at the dinner table. The Sustainable Chefs Showcase will feature some of Columbia’s best farm-to-table restaurants in what promises to be an evening of fun and one-upmanship between the chefs. Each chef has been asked to prepare a dish with at least one locally, sustainably produced major ingredient.

Attendees also have the option of participating in a potluck dinner, at a reduced ticket price. Potluck participants are asked to prepare 20 tasting-size portions of a dish made with at least one locally, sustainably produced major ingredient.

Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 for Slow Food or Nick members, $10 for potluck bringers and are available at www.indiegrits.com

Participating chefs include: Mike Davis, Terra; Tim Peters, Motor Supply Company Bistro; Krisitan Niemi, Rosso Trattoria Italia; Benoit St. Jacques, Rosewood Deli and Market; Alex Suaudom du Monde, Baan Sawan; Blake Faries, Saluda’s; Jessica Shillato, Spotted Salamander Catering; Brian Dukes, Blue Marlin; Joseph Jacobson, The Oak Table; Sean McCrossin, Drip Coffee and Drip on Main; Andrew White, Tombo Grille; Scott Hall, Bone-In Artisan BBQ; and Whole Foods Market.

This event sold out in 2011 and 2012.

 

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