Charles Young checks on the chicken as he mans the cooker at the A Taste of Gullah event on Saturday at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. "I'm gonna throw some ribs on there next," he said. The event -- featuring rib, chicken, fish and shrimp dinners -- is part of the opening weekend of the month-long, 18th Annual Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration.
Charles Young checks on the chicken as he mans the cooker at the A Taste of Gullah event on Saturday at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. "I'm gonna throw some ribs on there next," he said. The event -- featuring rib, chicken, fish and shrimp dinners -- is part of the opening weekend of the month-long, 18th Annual Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration. Jay Karr
Charles Young checks on the chicken as he mans the cooker at the A Taste of Gullah event on Saturday at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. "I'm gonna throw some ribs on there next," he said. The event -- featuring rib, chicken, fish and shrimp dinners -- is part of the opening weekend of the month-long, 18th Annual Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration. Jay Karr

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