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This week on Native, host Briana Kurtz is talking the Lowcountry - South Carolina. Welcoming Courtney Hampson, Regional Marketing Director at Palmetto Bluff, and Jay Walea, Director of the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy. Palmetto Bluff is a community unlike any that has come before it: a vibrant residential and recreational preserve enriched by wilderness and wildlife, unspoiled rivers and salt marshes, and the sounds and smells of nature. Jay goes on to explain that his extraordinary land is the platform for Palmetto Bluff’s higher purpose: to allow people to experience the magic of the Lowcountry in its ultimate form. Courtney and Jay share that the Lowcountry is known for its easygoing, laid back lifestyle, but one that is also intensely passionate. It is defined by a life dictated by the water, marsh, land, and forest, and a great deal of environmental research occurs here as well. The Lowcountry’s rich history, its flavorful food, its vibrant music and its remarkable people all contribute to the foundation from which this special destination has grown in the last decade. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"Palmetto Bluffs has always been blessed with good management and stewards of the land." [6:45]

--Jay Walea on Native

"We tossed around the idea of starting a food and wine event, and we did. We started really small... and we thought wow this is really successful!" [20:25]

--Courtney Hampson on Native


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This week on a brand new Food Talk with Michael Colameco, host Mike Colameco is talking with Chef Craig Deihl, author Karen Page, and NYC meat purveyor Marc Sarazin. Kicking off the show with Craig who is the chef at the Charleston, SC restaurant Cypress. Since 2011, he has also led Slow Food Charleston’s Chefs-in-Schools program, which places local chefs in schools and educates students on healthy food choices through classroom demonstrations, after-school programs, tastings and professional development. His work with the Artisan Meat Share (AMS) from 2009-2013, allowed participants to receive local charcuterie while local farmers, in turn, received support from the increased product demand in what Deihl describes as a win-win scenario for both. Next up, Mike switches gears to speak with Karen Page, who is the author of "The Vegetarian Flavor Bible," talking all about eating vegetarian. With the popularity of cutting out meat in the past decade, Karen brings some great dishes to light in the new book. Notably, Karen and her author/photographer husband, Andrew Dornenburg, became vegetarians in 2012. In the last segment of the show, Mike welcomes Marc Sarazin, Partner and President of DeBragga and Spitler, an NYC meat purveyor. Marc's family has a long history in the food and hospitality industry and it was this and his passion for food and his commitment to the food service and hospitality industries, coupled with beliefs he had internalized at a very young age - quality products, superior service and integrity - that have guided him successfully throughout his career. Tune in for a fun meat, veggie, meat episode!

"I think chefs are falling in love with vegetables because they understand that's where the heart and soul of the flavor lies." [40:23]

--Karen Page on Food Talk

"It's not only just about the rib, strip, and tenderloin." [55:45]

"It's an exciting time to be back in the food business." [62:40]

--Marc Sarazin on Food Talk


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Today on Chef's Story Michelle Weaver comes to us from Charleston Grill in Charleston, South Carolina to talk with us about her chef's story! A native from the south and growing up in Alabama, Chef Michelle Weaver was raised with a passion for cooking, from learning at an early age the importance of farm-to-table, to growing up cooking with the freshest ingredients from her mother’s extensive garden and farm, and experiencing the true taste of the soil. Upon receiving her formal training from the New England Culinary Institute which taught her the intimate, hands on approach, Chef Weaver first began her journey as an intern in the French-style kitchen of Chef Daniel Bonnot. Following school, Chef Weaver began cooking in the kitchen of Chef Bob Waggoner at The Wild Boar restaurant in Nashville and subsequently moved with him in 1997 when he took over at Charleston Grill. Working as the Executive Sous Chef, Chef Weaver eventually stepped into the spotlight as the hotel's Executive Chef, part of the Charleston Place Hotel, an Orient-Express property. Tune-in to truly learn and understand the passion needed to becoming a chef, and how Chef Weaver was able to get to her position today. This program has been sponsored by White Oak Pastures.

"At first I wanted to be a marketing director, but I kept coming back to food and beverages." [13:20]

"Charleston was a port city, all of these influences influence the cuisine, and create change." [39:10]

-- Michelle Weaver on Chef's Story


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