Today was the fourth episode of Georgetown Foodland's "Sunday Brunch Sessions" and the March finale was an epic one.
All four episodes have drawn the interest of people in Georgetown's culinary industry and outward. Filmed live at Root, located at 919 Front Street, folks have been able to enjoy show from a booth inside the restaurant while enjoying brunch themselves.
Chef Jesse Goguen has been treating both host Jamie Sanderson and guests to surprise dishes. The one from today, Crab Cake Benedict, tasted marvelous and impressed Chef Jamie Daskalis of Johnny D's Waffles and Benedicts. Owner Jimmy Hildebrandt's smile has never left his face since WPDE's Amanda Kinseth came and interviewed him before the first show.
If you haven't seen any of the episodes, don't worry. They are in the video section of Georgetown Foodland's Facebook page, and we have them embedded in this story for you to catch up.
The live shows have been the talk of the culinary scene in this area, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and as far as Greenville, S.C.
Sanderson says these shows are meant for chefs, restaurant owners and others involved in the culinary industry to have a medium where they can feel comfortable talking about issues, their food, their business, and enjoy being spoiled by a chef.
"The show is for chefs and restaurant owners of Georgetown and elsewhere to come and unwind, speak about their businesses, their culinary offerings, and whatever else. The goal is to have our area be a come-to area for chefs and restaurant owners outside Georgetown, and say, hey, I like the scene here, the vibe."
Tune in live at 10 a.m. on Georgetown Foodland's Facebook page each Sunday as Sanderson will feature a different guest, treated to a dish by Chef Goguen.