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Presents the 4th
BOOKS ‘n BOIL
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Doctors Bruce and Lee Foundation Library
Chef judging by acclaimed Cookbook Author and First Lady of the
University of South Carolina
6:00 to 7:00 PM Sponsors VIP Champagne Reception
to be held in the Doctor N. Lee Morris Gallery.
Cocktail Party & Auction 7:00 to 9:00 PM.
Patricia Moore-Pastides is the First Lady of the University of South Carolina, where she teaches healthy Mediterranean cooking classes at USC. She has a master’s in public health from Yale University and teaches adults and children through Columbia’s Cooking!, a community program offered by USC’s Cancer Prevention and Control Program. An active participant in Healthy Carolina’s farmers’ market, she cultivates an organic vegetable garden at the President’s House. She works to support sustainability initiatives on campus and lectures on wellness, specifically the health benefits of the traditional Mediterranean diet and lifestyle. She is the author of Greek Revival: Cooking for Life and Greek Revival from the Garden: Growing and Cooking for Life which will be available for purchase at the event.
Come join us for great food, beverages, auction, and of course boiled peanuts courtesy of McCall Farms
Vote for your favorite caterer for the “Peoples Choice Award”!
|John Holt—1720 Burger Bar||Peggy Brown—Clay Pot|
|Justen Banks—Table 118||Jim Lyles—Jimmy Johns|
|Cooper Thomas—Victor’s||Peggy Wininger—McLeod Fitness Café|
|Bill Travis—Wholly Smokin’ Barbecue||Lezlie Bowen—Sodexo at FMC|
|Block and Vino||Helen Doulaveris—Venus Restaurant|
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