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Smithfield: Ham Capital of the World (VA) (Images of America) Paperback – December 13, 2004


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Patrick Evans-Hylton, a local Tidewater resident, is an editor for Hampton Roads Magazine and an avid history enthusiast, as well as the author of Images of America: The Suffolk Peanut Festival.

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Patrick Evans-Hylton is a banker-turned-Johnson & Wales trained chef. He has been a food writer since 1995, and is currently senior editor for food and wine at Hampton Roads Magazine. He is also executive editor for Virginia Wine Lover Magazine, and contributing editor for Edible Chesapeake Magazine.

Evans-Hylton appears monthly on a food news/issues-themed episode of HearSay with Cathy Lewis on 89.5 FM, public radio on Hampton Roads. He has written a number of books, including three food history books.

He maintains a food blog at - www.patrickevanshylton.com

A food educator and historian, Evans-Hylton teaches a variety of classes with a local twist through the Casual Gourmet program at Culinary Institute of Virginia.

He is a board member with Culinary Institute of Virginia, Tidewater Community College's culinary arts program, Careers through Culinary Arts - Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads March of Dimes Signature Chef Auction, Samaritan House Chow! Hampton Roads and Slow Food Hampton Roads.

Evans-Hylton, a native of Atlanta, Ga., has lived in Virginia since 1991.

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