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Josh Keeler Returns to the Kitchen With Summer Corn and Truffles

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UPPER KING — Following a brief vacation after the shuttering of Two Boroughs Larder, chef Josh Keeler steps back behind the line to co-create a dinner with Prohibition’s chef Greg Garrison. On Wednesday, August 24, the pair will present a five-course dinner featuring summer corn (truffles are also promised). Prohibition beverage director Jim McCourt will even serve corn-inspired cocktails. The dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. with cocktails, followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m. Cost is $75 per person for the dinner and $95 for the dinner and beverage pairing. Tickets are available here. [EaterWire]

NOMO — Pitmaster Wyatt Dickson from barbecue restaurant Picnic in Durham will be in Charleston for a pig pickin’ at Lewis Barbecue on Sunday, August 21. From 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., hog lovers will be able to pick up a plate of pulled pork, cole slaw, and hushpuppies for $11. Cider expert Mattie Beason of Black Twig Cider House will also be there pouring glasses of txotx (Spanish cider). [EaterWire]

HUBWIDE — Local beer/wine/cocktail convention BevCon starts Sunday, August 21, and if you didn’t grab a pass, you can still participate in the bar takeovers. BevCon has paired local establishments with big-name guest bartenders, distillers, brewers and wine professionals for takeovers. On Sunday night, the pros take over East Bay Street and on Monday, August 22, they take over King Street. [EaterWire]

CANNONBOROUGH/ELLIOTBOROUGH — Cannon Green launches its monthly wine-inspired dinner series this week. Chef Amalia Scatena and beverage director Justin Edgar team up to create multiple courses of unique wine and food pairings for the evenings. The first in the series is scheduled for Saturday, August 13 and features German-inspired dishes paired with one of Edgar’s favorite German reislings. Ticket cost is $100. Online reservations are required. [EaterWire]

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