Carolina Hash Celebration

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Meet The Author Book Signing 

Mccaslan's Book Store (208 Main Street)

Friday, July 7

3 - 4 PM 

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Robert F. Moss (www.robertfmoss.com) is a food and drinks writer and culinary historian living in Charleston, South Carolina. He is the Contributing Barbecue Editor for Southern Living, the Southern Food Correspondent for Serious Eats, and frequent contributor to publications including Saveur, the Charleston City Paper, Garden & Gun, the Columbia Free Times, and Early American Life.

Robert's latest book is Southern Spirits: Four Hundred Years of Drinking in the American South, With Recipes, which was published by Ten Speed Press on April 12, 2016. Robert is also the author of Barbecue: The History of an American Institution (2010), the first full-length history of barbecue in the United States; Going Lardcore: Adventures in New Southern Dining (2012), a collection of essays about dining in the modern South; and, The Barbecue Lover's Carolinas (2015), a guide to the restaurants, recipes, and traditions of barbecue in North and South Carolina.

 

"Meet the Filmmaker" DVD-signing"

The Museum (106 Main Street)

Friday, July 7, 2017

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4:30 - 5 PM

Stan Woodward (www.thewoodwardstudio.com) is an award winning filmmaker whose life's work has been devoted to the capture of last-generation practitioners of folk life traditions and their communities in the South.

Woodward's body of work has produced a diverse portfolio of Southern culture and folk life documentaries that capture the unique fabric of Southern folk culture.  His films thread through folk heritage foodways traditions deeply rooted in the agrarian South and threatened by massive shifts and changes in today's society, and by the passing of the tradition-bearers, people who honor their roots and keep them alive and well through a language we all speak: the sensory experience of food. 

His works include "Carolina Hash," the award winning film that explores how hash is unique to South Carolina. There are numerous segments of "Carolina Hash" filmed in Greenwood County.

 

Hash Panel Discussion 

The Museum (106 Main Street)

Friday, July 7, 2017

5 – 6 PM 

Featuring Robert Moss and Stan Woodward 


 

 

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