Indie Grits: Food highlights

otaylor@thestate.comApril 11, 2013 

Slow Food at Indie Grits

JONATHAN SHARPE — flock and rally

The third annual Slow Food at Indie Grits Sustainable Chefs Showcase, hosted by Slow Food Columbia, will be held from 4-7 p.m. Sunday at the All-Local Famer’s Market. Chefs from farm-to-table restaurants will serve signature food prepared with sustainable ingredients. The chefs: Mike Davis, Terra; Tim Peters, Motor Supply Company Bistro; Kristian Niemi, Rosso Trattoria Italia; Benoit St. Jacques, Rosewood Market; Alex Suaudom du Monde, Baan Sawan Thai Bistro; Blake Faries, Saluda’s Restaurant; Jessica Shillato, Spotted Salamander Catering; Brian Dukes, Blue Marlin; Joseph Jacobson, The Oak Table; and Sean McCrossin, Drip Coffee; Andrew White, Tombo Grille; and Scott Hall, Bone-In Artisan BBQ on Wheels and Scott Hall Catering.

Members of the Greater Columbia Society for the Preservation of Soul will play records and The Whig’s bar will feature local beers and wines distributed by AdVintage. The market is at 711 Whaley St. $20 general admission, $15 for Slow Food and Nick members or $10 if you bring a potluck dish; www.slowfood

Side dish: “Pride and Joy,” a documentary shot on behalf of the Southern Foodways Alliance, focuses on the tradition-bearers of Southern food culture, which is to say the culture is about people and places. 6 p.m. April 19 at the Nick; $10

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