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February 2018

Rock The Block Fundraiser for Hogs For The Cause

February 24 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Home Team BBQ Downtown, 126 Williman St
Charleston, SC 29403 United States
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Home Team BBQ is proud to present its inaugural Hogs For The Causefundraising block party, ‘ROCK THE BLOCK,’ at our Downtown location Feb. 24th from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Admission is FREE, and food and beverages can be purchased from the various chefs’ tables and satellite bars throughout. Local and regional guest chefs from various culinary backgrounds will come together to prepare 2-3 menu items with the use of Big Green Egg grills, thanks to the company’s donation. The partnering chefs and restaurants donating their time and talent include: • Home Team BBQ • Shuai Wang of Short Grain • Bob Cook of Edmund's Oast • Sam Jones of Sam Jones BBQ • Jonathan and Justin Fox of Fox Bros Bar-B-Q • Eddie Hernandez and Mike Klank of Taqueria del Sol • goat.sheep.cow. Home Team BBQ Beverage Director, Adam Rothstein, and Jayce McConnel of Edmund’s Oast will team up to create several unique cocktails for the party, using spirits provided by Virgil Kaine and other partners. Additionally, Home Team and Edmund's Oast Brewing Co.(EOBC) will collaborate on a limited-edition beer to be released at the event and henceforth sold at all Home Team and Edmund’s Oast locations while supplies last. During the event, guests can look forward to…

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Chefs Tres Jackson and Nate Whiting Collaboration Dinner

February 26 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sorghum and Salt, 186 Coming Street
Charleston, SC 29403 United States
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Bike riding with friends is one of the greatest joys of childhood, but it’s not one that every child gets to experience. As a first-grade teacher at Pepperhill Elementary, a Title 1 school, Katie Blomquist learned that students in her class did not have the means to own bicycles, so she immediately took action. She started a GoFundMe that would raise $80,000 to purchase bikes, locks and helmets for all 650 students in her school. The campaign was not only a success, but garnered national media attention from sources like The Steve Harvey Show, The NBC New York Nightly News, ABC World News, Time Magazine, USA Today, Inside Edition and the Today Show to name a few. All of this lead to Katie’s tough decision to leave her teaching career to work full time founding and expanding Going Places, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing to disadvantaged kids and those who care for them, the most basic childhood right; a right to joy. Upon learning about the organization, Tres Jackson, chef and owner of Sorghum & Salt and Chef Nate Whiting of Juliet jumped at the chance to help. Together they are hosting a collaboration dinner on February 26, 2018 at Sorghum & Salt with a portion…

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