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9th Annual Lowcountry Field Feast

On Sunday, November 12, G&G readers and friends took part in the ninth annual farm-to-table field experience benefiting Lowcountry Local First. This year, the James Beard Award–winning team of FIG and The Ordinary came together with Limehouse Produce and Edmund’s Oast to create an exceptional food and drink experience, enhanced by the presence of the Lowcountry Street Grocery bus, plus the musical talent of Gaslight Street.

Special Thanks to:

Byrdhouse Public Relations

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Beautiful place settings for the evening’s dinner prepared by the renowned culinary team of FIG and The Ordinary.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

The field dinner tables are set under the live oaks on the Kiawah River.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

From left: Matt and Annie Hamnett of Byrdhouse Public Relations with Nell and Rusty Byrd.

photo: Brennan Wesley

Guests relax in the Lowcountry scene with cocktails before dinner.

photo: Brennan Wesley

The evening’s feast kicks off with passed appetizers, including Fire-Roasted Baby Leeks with Romesco Sauce.

photo: Brennan Wesley

Guests are entertained with creative wine samplings presented by Grassroots Wine.

photo: Brennan Wesley

From left: Lisa Joyce, Cat Taylor, Lindsay Fleege, Clay Dunnan, and Carter Boardman.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

FIG and The Ordinary chefs Mike Lata and Jason Stanhope, respectively, create the family-style meal from their pop-up outdoor kitchen.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Chefs prepare various dishes by way of smoker, adding to the outdoor field feast atmosphere.

photo: Brennan Wesley

Never a dull moment as Vandy Vanderwarker of The Ordinary preps the standout meal.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Perfectly golden biscuits—a Southern staple—serve as a comforting side to the meal.

photo: Brennan Wesley

String lights at dusk create an enchanting atmosphere for the dinner benefiting Lowcountry Local First.

photo: Maggie Armstrong