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Tongue-Tied Dinner; Frank Lee Tribute

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

EVENTWIRE—A few friends got together to host a "Tongue-Tied" dinner and all are invited. The Cocktail Club's Jeremiah Schenzel and Kevin Getzewich from The Macintosh will be cooking, while neck accessory purveyor Spit Shine Man Goods will be on hand to offer last minute gifts. The theme of tongues and ties will be reflected in the cuisine. Think, mache salads, cured lamb's tongue or bow tie pasta. The small plates will be "pay what you see fit" and adult beverages will be offered. The evening starts on Thursday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m., at High Wire Distilling Co., and ends at 9:30 p.m. [Facebook]

DINNERWIRE—If you don't want to cook your own traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes, Mount Pleasant staple Bacco Italian Restaurant is hosting a multi-course holiday dinner complete with seven plates of cod, crustaceans and other creatures of the sea. Seatings start at 6:00 p.m. and should be reserved for December 22 or 23 at $75 a person. Call for a spot at 843.884.6969. [EaterWire]

LEE TRIBUTE—Chef Frank Lee is said to have started farm-to-table cooking in Charleston far before farmers even sold to restaurants. Lee has worked at downtown bistro Slightly North of Broad for twenty years. To celebrate the Lowcountry legend, BB&T Charleston Wine and Food Festival brought together various chefs trained under Lee to talk about his influence. Watch the video to see his contribution to Holy City cuisine. [YouTube]

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