Euphoria wades into kiddie pool with new festival event (copy)

The farm-to-table Sunday Supper at Wyche Pavillion at an earlier edition of Euphoria (Lynn Seldon)

More than half a dozen Charleston chefs are scheduled to appear at Euphoria, the Upstate’s leading food-and-wine festival.

Tickets to the Sept. 21-Sept. 24 event in Greenville went on sale earlier this week. Now in its twelfth year, the festival includes the usual array of guest chef dinners; tasting parties and beverage seminars.

Among Euphoria’s hotter tickets is its seated Sunday supper, a family-style meal which this year will be overseen by Charleston Grill’s Michelle Weaver.

Other Charleston chefs slated to make the trip up Interstate 26 include Amalia Scatena of Cannon Green; Ken Vedrinski of Lucca; John Lewis of John Lewis Barbecue; Sean Mendes of Roadside Seafood and Aaron Siegel of Home Team BBQ.

New events this year include “The Big Easy Bash,” featuring Sazeracs; brass band music and classic Louisiana dishes prepared by St. Louis chef Kevin Nashan, and “Seeing Stars,” a dinner helmed by culinary superstars Dominique Crenn, Michael Mina and Curtis Duffy.

For more information, visit euphoriagreenville.com.

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Food editor and chief critic

Eating all of the chicken livers just as fast as I can.