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Chef Mark Gaylord started in September after working extensively in Lowcountry restaurants such as Savannah’s Olde Pink House and Charleston’s Anson.
When: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday (March 21)
Where: Shelter Cove Community Park
Cost: $5 admission. Tickets purchase wings. A roll of 10 tickets is $10.
Menu: Fifteen restaurants and amateurs slathering up wings with their special glazes, including Street Meet’s chicken and waffles, Kenny B’s jambalaya wing with creole marinade and islander Sally Kerr-Dineen’s sweet and tangy barbecue wing.
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The Omar Shrine Center is bringing one of its annual Smoke on the Beach barbecue competitions to Honey Horn Friday at Saturday (March 20-21).
The Anything Goes Event features samples of barbecued chicken, fish, beef and more from 6 to 11 p.m. Friday. Samples are $1.
Saturday is a barbecue extravaganza from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 for unlimited tastings.
Parking is $5.
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The foreboding clouds didn't hold off the legions of people who attended the Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival Saturday.
The event was beefed up this year, a combination of the best elements from the Wine and Food fests of the past. Organizers said they expected turnout on par with previous years, meaning 5,000-plus roamed the spacious Honey Horn.
The new and improved Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival public tasting is Saturday (March 14). Check out our story for more details and read on for detailed menus from the food vendors.
• BBQ Pork Sandwich served with Cole Slaw $5
• Tropical and Italian Ices $3
• Ice Cream (Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry) $3
Are you known as the grill master and make the best ribs in town? Do you have an old family recipe that has been handed down from generation to generation? We want to hear from you!
Share your recipes with Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette readers in a county-wide distributed cookbook to be published early summer. The soft-back cookbook will be inserted into subscribers' papers and will also be available to purchase from our customer service department for a nominal fee.
Captain Woody's Oyster Roast
When: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday (March 7)
Where: Outside Captain Woody's at Palmetto Bay Marina
Menu: Buckets of oysters for $9, hamburgers and hot dogs for $4, homemade soups for $4. Also, cash bar with happy hour prices.
Entertainment: White Liquor
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The Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Fest is almost upon us. The Public Tasting and Auction is March 14. But a slew of wine tastings and restaurant dinners are coming up. The first is the Wines of the World presented by the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Leadership Program.
Wines of the World
When: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday (March 6)
Where: Shipyard Beach Club
Sallie Ann Robinson grew up on Daufuskie Island picking meat from freshly captured crabs, tending the vegetable garden, slopping the hogs, hand pumping cool water from the well and cutting timber for the stove.
If she wanted to eat, she had to work. She had to learn to cook, too. The reason was different depending on who you asked.