RSD

Revival Social Dinner

 
 William Burke, founder and dubbed "godfather" of Revival Social Dinner, is a man in love with his deep Southern roots. His culinary desire was planted as a child in his grandmother's kitchen and was nourished through the years in the kitchens of Georgia and North Carolina. His culinary style, "hillbilly haute," relies heavily in the past: understanding the value of storing up the seasons bounty, the desire to maximize the whole animal, and the growth of the soil as a direct reflection of the crops it will grow.   Revival Social Dinner is, at its core, a desire to create a movement in his beloved second city that helps the local groups--those who need more assistance and notoriety to sustain their efforts of change--receive funding and awareness. With a philosophical view that good food, good drink and a calm setting will foster conversations that can lead to a solid plan to help society, he set out, with his wife, Joy, and extremely talented friends to create this revival. 

William Burke, founder and dubbed "godfather" of Revival Social Dinner, is a man in love with his deep Southern roots. His culinary desire was planted as a child in his grandmother's kitchen and was nourished through the years in the kitchens of Georgia and North Carolina. His culinary style, "hillbilly haute," relies heavily in the past: understanding the value of storing up the seasons bounty, the desire to maximize the whole animal, and the growth of the soil as a direct reflection of the crops it will grow. 

Revival Social Dinner is, at its core, a desire to create a movement in his beloved second city that helps the local groups--those who need more assistance and notoriety to sustain their efforts of change--receive funding and awareness. With a philosophical view that good food, good drink and a calm setting will foster conversations that can lead to a solid plan to help society, he set out, with his wife, Joy, and extremely talented friends to create this revival.