Hanna Raskin of the Post And Courier picked up on this incredible opportunity for Chef Mitchell, writing: "In addition to the tasting rooms and seminars, the five-day event included themed meals and academic panels. Mitchell contributed to two pop-up dinners, helping to prepare hoppin' John with Arborio rice and serving bourbon-marinated pork loin with pickled Bradford watermelon rind andFarmer's Daughter brandcollard kraut.
"As a panelist, Mitchell participated in a session about culinary migrations. He addressed African-American cuisine, and talked about long-ago African imports such as okra and watermelon. He also stressed the rice-growing heritage of Charleston."
For the complete article: http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20141119/PC0301/141119308