With the power and blessing of the good Lord behind her, Regina Saunders hosted the first ever Lowcountry Soul Food Expo and brought together a mouth-watering lineup of mac and cheese, collards, fried chicken, and much much more. Saunders told us that each dish on the menu had been chosen to tell the story of heritage cooking in the Lowcountry. We learned a valuable lesson about heritage on that December day: it sure is tasty. The $5 entry fee made it one of the best food deals of the year, too. We pray to God that she does it again next year.
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