Lowcountry Chef Wins Award for Crab Boil

Jul 15, 2020

After growing up in a rural Gullah community outside Charleston, SC, and finishing college in Sumter, our next guest moved to Atlanta and eventually started a catering business based on the Gullah cuisine she loved as a child.  Her business became very successful, culminating not only in winning the food category in Garden and Gun magazine’s 2019 Made in the South Awards, but also in her decision to move back home to support the preservation of the Gullah-Geechee culture in our state.

Mike Switzer interviews Pamela Jones-Mack, founder of Taste of Satira in Cross, SC.