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The Fowler Dining Room Lunch Menu
@ The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach

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Lunches: $20.00

1 Seating at 11:45 a.m.

June 24 and June 25 - LOWCOUNTRY: POST 1900s
Charleston/Savannah/Jacksonville/Myrtle Beach
Cultures: India, Philippines, Mexico, China, Germans
Ingredients: rice, seafood, fowl, game, okra, figs, watermelon, pilau, benne, eggplant
An exploration of our backyard cuisine featuring Indigo Farms and other local purveyors. We will be cooking what you can buy at our farmers market. We are going to transform local products with cultural influences from Africa, Asia, and Mexico.

July 8 and July 9 - GULF COAST: POST 1900s
New Orleans/ Mobile/ Tallahassee/ Galveston
Cultures: Philippines, African, Polish, Slavs, Korea, Latin America
Ingredients: Shrimp, seafood, satsuma, okra, spice, rice, chayote, bananas
Gulf seafood has had an amazing effect on our local explosion of the seafood industry. We will be featuring Wicked Inlet and 7 Seas seafood fresh from the boat to the table. Cultural influences from this area include Vietnam, Baharat, Cambodia, Laos, Iran, Syria, and East Africa. We will feature produce from Millgrove Farm.

July 15 and July 16 - DEEP SOUTH: POST 1900s
Atlanta/ Birmingham/ Jackson/ Greenville
Cultures: Italians, Chinese, Greek, Lebanese, Korean
Ingredients: Catfish, Green Tomatoes, Tall layer cakes, Field Peas, and Pot Likkor
It is not just fried chicken, but we will be using Fox Farm chicken to create a full use chicken entrée that was similar to what was featured at the James Beard House Thanksgiving dinner 2019. Farm fresh produce from Third Day Farms featuring flavor profiles from the Mediterranean Basin.

July 22 and July 23 - COASTAL PLAINS: POST 1900s
Baltimore, Washington DC, Richmond, Raleigh
Ingredients: Seafood, BBQ, grapes
A turn to the North with a focus on foods from the Tidelands. A look at the amazing melting pot of cultures, Asian to Mid-East to Africa. Focusing with a look into local seafood, beef from WK Price Farm, and farm-fresh vegetables from Indigo Farm.

We support these local farms & friends
WK Price Farm, Indigo Farm, Worley Lane Farm, Millgrove Farm, Third Day Farm, Home Sweet Farm, Blue Pearl Farm, Anson Mills, Fox Farm, Wicked Inlet Seafood, 7 Seas, & the Waccamaw farmers market cooperative

Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical condition.