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Former FIG Sous Chef Powers Up Online Cooking Classes

Plus a big party at Redux Contemporary Art Center

Pan roasted chicken grain bowl
Lauren Utvich
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

HUBWIDE — Chef Sarah Adams, co-founder of The Bad Bitches and former FIG sous chef, will launch a series of live, online cooking demonstrations geared toward interaction between her and the viewers. How it works: would-be home cooks buy a $25 ticket and receive an email with a shopping list, recipe, wine pairings, and a list of kitchen items needed. On Thursday, October 19, ticket-holders log in from a computer, iPad, or phone to cook along with Adams. “I'll be able to answer questions along the way and toggle seeing users on my side of the screen with the help of AndMe TV,” said Adams. The first dish will be a pan-roasted chicken grain bowl with mushrooms, pecans, apple, kale, and butternut squash. Sign up online to join. [EaterWire]

NOMO — To celebrate the selling of foraged mushrooms, GrowFood Carolina will host its annual Mushroom Gathering on Friday, October 20, starting at 6 p.m. Chefs from Butcher & Bee, Edmund's Oast, Husk, The Lot, The Macintosh, The Ordinary, and S.N.O.B. will be in attendance with their best funghi dishes. Tickets are available online for $45. For those wanting more mushroom action, mycologist Tradd Cotter will speak at 4:30 p.m., at the Culinary Institute of Charleston, on how to tap into the power of fungi. Tickets are $5.95 and are available online.

NORTH CENTRAL — Redux Contemporary Art Center hosts its annual art auction with a bevy of exciting food and drink purveyors. On Wednesday, November 15, paddles will rise for some of the best artists in Charleston. Fueling the evening will be goat.sheep.cow, Park Cafe, Harold's Cabin, Moe's Crosstown, Sugar Bakeshop, Home Team BBQ, Cathead Vodka, and Ship's Wheel Hard Cider. The Cocktail Bandits will host a cocktail hour from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., and there will be a "wall of wine" featuring bottles donated from local purveyors. The Faculty Lounge is creating a signature cocktail for the afterparty. Tickets start at $40 for members and are available online. [EaterWire]