Lambstock is a gathering of chefs, foodies, ranchers, farmers, musicians, bloggers, journalists and crafters of food and drink. It’s hot smoking Cowboy Cauldrons, burning logs from felled local oak split by an axe-wielding cowboy at the same time lamb and pork and peaches and summer squash cook above the coals…people hanging out, laughing, listening to live music, just having fun. It’s also a place where you will see a chef wipe the edges of a paper plate to make it look amazing. Lambstock is sharing Southern foodways and traditions and wild new culinary innovations, too. Here are some food moments that happened over those three days in August.