The details about the dinner and more information on Fuller can be read in the Post and Courier article and in the original post here, but what i wanted to share is about the spirit of the dinner that has led to an interesting twist on selecting the 80 or so diners. Nat Fuller didn't sell tickets to his reconciliation banquet, and the committee organizing the commemorative feast is following suit. In order to ensure a group of attendees that mirrors the group that Fuller assembled, seats will be allocated by invitation. But six of those invitations will be extended to winners of an essay contest administered by The Post and Courier.
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Chef Kevin Mitchell
A good friend of BCH Chef Kevin Mitchell has just informed us that next April he will be heading up a dinner in Charleston, SC in the site of Nate Fuller's restaurant A Bachelor's retreat to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the civil war.
Identity is a theme i am always drawn to in the discussion of blackness in culinary arts. In order to begin to solve the issues of inclusion, representation, supplemental culinary history education, and the dozen other topics facing us in the culinary world, we first have to deal with our collective culinary identity.