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ORAL HISTORY

Michelle Weaver


Charleston Grill

Originally from Decatur, Alabama, Michelle Weaver cooked in Nashville, Tennessee under the guidance of her mentor Bob Wagner at Wild Boar. In 1997 when Wagner decided he was moving to Charleston, South Carolina, Weaver joined him as his sous chef. She is the executive chef of Charleston Grill.

Date of interview:
2015-03-05

Interviewer:
Sara Wood

Photographer:
Sara Wood

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