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Destination: Nathan Williams Zydeco Music – The Lafayette Sound

Nathan Williams – Zydeco Music Nathan Williams shares the traditions and his journey to Zydeco greatness     Nathan Williams Zydeco Music starts with family legacy and continues today with his family following in his footsteps.  Nate was born on March 24, 1963 and lived in St. Martinville, Louisiana speaking Creole and hearing music all …

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A love story and wine

A Love Story and Wine A love story and wine starts with the stormy winds of hurricane Gloria, blowing into the New York area.  Little did Ken and Akiko know the winds were also bringing in love.  On September 18, 1985 they met at the home of a friend and 35 years later, their love …

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Darien and the 54th Massachusetts Regiment

Darien and the 54th Massachusetts Regiment How History Was Changed   Darien and the 54th Massachusetts Regiment are locked together in history. From the beginning, Darien, established on January 10, 1736, was favored as a settlement because of  its position to secure British interest in the area and later as a commercially successful port, shipping …

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Destination: Eastern Band Cherokee Culture, Traditions, History and Foodways – Jan. 16, 2021

Eastern Band Cherokee Culture, Traditions, History and Foodways With Nancy Plemmons   “Eastern Band Cherokee are renegades; we never left the mountains when the Cherokee were forced out!” Nancy Plemmons shared this significant distinction between the Cherokee people. The South East U.S. mountain area (Appalachian mountains) was the Cherokee home for thousands of years. It …

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Destination: Part 2 – Explore the book – Taste the State – South Carolina’s Signature Foods and Recipes

Part Two – Taste the State South Carolina’s Signature Foods and Recipes With David Shields and Chef Kevin Mitchell   We’re back with Part 2 of Taste the State – South Carolina’s Foods and Recipes.  We could not leave you with just two food items featured in part 1.  There are so many foods and …

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Destination: Explore the book – Taste the State – South Carolina Signature Foods and Recipes

Taste the State – South Carolina’s Signature Foods and Recipes With David Shields and Chef Kevin Mitchell Taste the State – South Carolina’s Foods and Recipes is a brand new book by Southern Food Historian David Shields and Culinary Instructor Chef Kevin Mitchell.  There are so many foods associated with the south and Southern Foods, …

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Destination: Gullah-Geechee Foodways with Chef BJ Dennis

Gullah-Geechee Foodways with Chef BJ Dennis Traditional Southern Foodways – the history and influence on Southern cuisine today.   Southern Food…. when you hear those words what comes to mind?  Fried chicken, Collard Greens, Mac and Cheese?  While those are foods identified with the south, there is also a long, long list of foods and …

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Destination: Sweetgrass Baskets – The traditions, culture and history – Nov. 21, 2020

Sweetgrass Baskets The culture, traditions and history With Master Basket Maker Yvonne Grovner   Sweetgrass baskets have become a favorite collector’s item and a top souvenir when visiting the Low Country along the coastal areas of Georgia and South Carolina. Their beautiful artistic designs and appreciation for the craft have made them popular with collectors and …

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Destination: Finding Gilbert – A Promise Fulfilled – November 7, 2020

Finding Gilbert – A Promise Fulfilled An Endearing Story Across The Years And Miles When I met Diane Covington-Carter we sat across the table from each other enjoying lunch and talking about the convention we were attending.  We shared all the small talk that people share when they first meet at a business conference.  Name, …

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Destination: Carolina Gold Rice – with farmer Rollen Chalmers

Carolina Gold Rice – The Golden Crop of The Antebellum Low Country   Did you know that Georgia and South Carolina Low Country areas were the home of rice during the 1700’s and 1800’s? The area was the location of many plantations growing a commercial commodity, which made the area known for rice and the …

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  2. I listen to WDUN every morning on my way to work. I am trying to remember the place you have talked about more than once where you can stay in “The Bird Houses” . Where is that?

    • Hello Shelley,
      First thank you for listening to WDUN and the morning show. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Bill Maine.

      The Birdhouses are located on Sapelo Island, a barrier island off the coast of Georgia. For more information and how to book a stay, visit http://www.sapeloislandbirdhouses.com

      You can also visit the Facebook page – Sapelo Island Birdhouses

      Thank you
      Annita

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