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The Tenth Annual Lowcountry Field Feast

On November 11, 2018, Garden & Gun was the official media partner of the tenth annual Lowcountry Field Feast, hosted by Byrdhouse Public Relations to benefit Lowcountry Local First, a nonprofit that strives to build awareness of the importance of supporting local and independent businesses and farms. The afternoon began with a cocktail hour overlooking the marsh, featuring drinks from Charleston, South Carolina’s Edmund’s Oast and wine from Grassroots Wine, with the quintessential Lowcountry backdrop at Kiawah River. Four renowned Charleston chefs—Mike Lata and Jason Stanhope of FIG and the Ordinary, Kevin Johnson of the Grocery, and Michael Toscano of Le Farfalle—came together to prepare a four-course seasonal supper.

Special thanks to:

Synovus Bank

Moore & Giles

Byrdhouse Public Relations

Lowcountry Local First

Kiawah River

Gathering Events

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From left: Garden & Gun Society members Jim and Olivia Sharpton and Marie and Jeff Welna.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Artisanal flatbread with za’atar spices is prepared over an open fire by chef Kevin Johnson.

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HoneySmoke entertains during cocktail hour at Kiawah River.

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From left: Rusty and Nell Byrd with Annie and Matt Hamnett.

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The Moore & Giles mobile showroom and bar showcases the company’s premier leather goods.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Turnt Leave Punch, a custom cocktail by Edmund’s Oast.

photo: Brennan Wesley

The Moore & Giles team (from left): Leah Wiebe, Johanna and Daryl Calfee, Elizabeth Stroud, and Adam Shurr.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

Charleston-based Grassroots Wine products are served during the feast.

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For the entree, Crispy White Shimp by the Ordinary is served with Carolina Gold Rice and Gravy.

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Guests enjoy a locally sourced supper under the live oaks at Kiawah River.

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The culinary talent of the evening (from left): Michael Toscano, Kevin Johnson, Caitlin Schumacher, Mike Lata, and Jason Stanhope.

photo: Brennan Wesley

To round out the evening, Synovus Bank gifts guests a bottle of Lowcountry Olive Oil made in Charleston.

photo: Maggie Armstrong

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