Petty Officer 1st Class Trayvious Wilson, left, dishes up red rice while volunteering at the Downtown Plate Crawl on Thursday night at Old Bay Marketplace in downtown Beaufort. Voting had already ended when Donnie Daughtry, center, and Kandace Grant, right, came back for seconds.
Petty Officer 1st Class Trayvious Wilson, left, dishes up red rice while volunteering at the Downtown Plate Crawl on Thursday night at Old Bay Marketplace in downtown Beaufort. Voting had already ended when Donnie Daughtry, center, and Kandace Grant, right, came back for seconds. Staff photo
Petty Officer 1st Class Trayvious Wilson, left, dishes up red rice while volunteering at the Downtown Plate Crawl on Thursday night at Old Bay Marketplace in downtown Beaufort. Voting had already ended when Donnie Daughtry, center, and Kandace Grant, right, came back for seconds. Staff photo

And the winners of Beaufort's plate crawl are . . .

August 15, 2013 09:39 PM

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