Setting the stage for festival season

Charleston Wine + Food volunteers question COVID protocol

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Around the Charleston area, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) is known for two things: The outdoors extravaganza, now in its fortieth year, marks the start of the city’s festival season and hosts a dog-jumping event that’s on every serious air-craving canine’s calendar.

But folks are increasingly getting wise to a third important fact. Since Matt and Ted Lee in 2018 took over curation of the S.C. Department of Agriculture’s cooking demonstration stage, the free sessions have become a can’t-miss happening for food lovers.


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