Salty Dawgs Lecture Series: Cooking Hatteras-Style Seafood, Sharon Peele Kennedy
By Outer Banks Voice on July 6, 2022
July 12, 11 a.m. | Cemetery of the Museum of the Atlantic
Every Tuesday in the summer, a guest speaker will come and talk about his subject relating to the Outer Banks. Whether it’s local families, food, lifestyles, shipwrecks, pirates or lost colonies, you’re bound to find these discussions fascinating!
Sharon Peele Kennedy will prepare a seafood chowder for your tasting and will sign copies of her cookbook What’s for Supper? Kennedy is an advocate for local fishing, whether commercial, recreational or local seafood markets. What’s for dinner? radio show and cookbook focusing on recipes using locally caught seafood. Kennedy’s family roots run deep on Hatteras Island. Not only is she a great seafood cook, but she can tell stories about growing up in the Outer Banks and what was for supper!
The Cemetery of the Museum of the Atlantic, is a maritime museum dedicated to the maritime history and shipwrecks of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The museum is located at 59200 Museum Dr, in the village of Hatteras. Visit them on their Facebook page of the cemetery of the Museum of the Atlantic.