ABBEVILLE — Wines produced and bottled by eight different commercially licensed South Carolina wineries were part of the second Palmetto Wine Competition on May 7 at The Belmont Inn.
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Before David Shields became an expert on lost food ingredients and the celebrated “flavor saver” of the American South, he didn’t even like the taste of American food.
Jesse Willey had a successful construction business. His wife, Kristy, was a stay-at-home mom who was homeschooling two children.
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