This weekend was the first-ever Cook It Raw on US soil, and along with it was the international chef symposium's first-ever public event. Eater Charleston was on the scene at BBQ Perspectives on Bowens Island, where pitmaster Rodney Scott smoked meat, chef Mike Lata smoked oysters, Albert Adrià served amberjack, and apparently Bill Murray showed up. Sure, why not. Below, a look at the main event from Potluck Video. Chefs including Dan Barber, April Bloomfield, Ben Shewry, Alex Stupack, and Sean Brock discuss the place of Lowcountry cuisine in the American food landscape.
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One state, two days, four burger joints, and a whole lot of griddled onions
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