Chef Sean Brock agreed to work with the hospital I work for on a fund raising dinner for our Cancer Center. Then he went overboard and recruited three friends, each a top chef in town to do a course. I know it is expensive but it will be an incredible evening, it is a donation to an important cause and heck, I'll be there to take your picture.
Here is the info:
When you plant a seed you foster and care for it. Willing it to grow to its greatest potential. The Roper St. Francis Cancer Center is planting the seeds of hope in its patients. Hope for a cure, hope for endurable treatments, hope for more tomorrows.
Top local chefs have also been planting seeds across the Lowcountry. Seeds for fresh local foods that will nourish and satisfy. These chefs are teaming up to offer a truly unique evening of fresh, locally grown cuisine in an effort to support the Roper St. Francis Cancer Center.
$125 per person
5 p.m. Jazz Champagne Reception with The Charlton Singleton Group
6 p.m. Four-Course Dinner in the Long Room at
Join chefs Sean Brock, Craig Deihl, Anthony Gray and Jeremiah Bacon. Each will prepare and present one course.
Appetizer - Chef Jeremiah Bacon, Carolina’s
Local Fish Course - Chef Anthony Gray, High Cotton
Local Beef Course - Chef Craig Diehl, Cypress
Vegetable Dessert - Chef Sean Brock, McCrady’s
All produce for this exceptional event are from the McCrady’s Farm on Wadmalaw or Thornhill Farms. Courses will be paired with a selection of premium domestic wines.
Come if you can! Register through the link.