Local chefs will serve up mushroom-focused dishes and local brews during the event. Guests can listen to local farmers and foragers sharing their stories and experiences while sipping on some mushroom-infused Cannonborough craft soda. Live music and Artist & Craftsman will also be on site.
The following are expected to participate:
- Tradd Cotter, a local professional mycologists and microbiologist will be in attendance, interacting and conversing with guests about all things fungi and food
- Tres Jackson and Christian Hunter – Sorghum & Salt
- Bob Cook – Edmund’s Oast
- James London – Chubby Fish
- Analisa LaPietra and Greg Garrison – Prohibition
- and more to be announced
That same day, you can attend a lecture featuring Cotter at the Culinary Institute of Charleston by Cotter at 4:30pm. You can learn more here.
GrowFood Carolina requests that all attendees park in the lots across the street from their 990 Morrison address. There will be a uniformed officer to guide you across the street.
Tickets for the gathering may be purchased here.
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