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Guests convened at beautiful Middleton Place for a feast of one-of-a-kind dishes from local chefs and farmers.
Fourteen tables were set up in the Pavillion and on the grounds, where chefs prepared dishes for attendees. Local wine, beer, and spirit companies were also serving drinks at the party. Some crowd favorites included The Ordinary’s shrimp burger and the Firefly Stinger featuring Firefly moonshine.
“We’re actually qualified to be on this tractor because we’re from Texas.”
Through ticket sales and a live auction, Lowcountry Local First raised $40,000 for their EAT LOCAL initiative at the sold-out event.