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  • Meet SC Chef Ambassador Ramone Dickerson

    Four SC chefs will be bringing to life the culinary history of the state – and the South – while preparing lunch and dinner this month at New York City’s James Beard House.

Four SC chefs will be bringing to life the culinary history of the state – and the South – while preparing lunch and dinner this month at New York City’s James Beard House.
Four SC chefs will be bringing to life the culinary history of the state – and the South – while preparing lunch and dinner this month at New York City’s James Beard House.

Meet four SC chefs who will bring state’s culinary history to life

August 02, 2016 11:54 AM