Sure, bacon’s good, but have you ever tried the rest of the pig? Well now’s your chance. The Pickled Heron is hosting an “Everything but the Oink” Dinner on Sunday, November 16th, with 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. seatings. The four-course dinner is $55 per person and will showcase everything from the head to the toes.
Since it’s an Eagles bye-week and your Sunday afternoon is probably free, Farm and Fisherman Tavern’s Beer and Sausage Fest may be just what you’re looking for. The Tavern, in Cherry Hill is hosting the big event this Sunday, October 19th from 4:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.: Beer and Pig. The event will include a cocktail hour with passed pig h’orderves before the four-course meal.
Dishes will be created from two Rettland Farm heritage pigs that will be paired with local beers. At least four of the six beers that will be served (Kane, Cape May, and Forgotten Boardwalk) aren’t distributed in Pennsylvania. They will also be serving a punch containing rum distilled by Cooper River Distillers in Camden.
Cochon 555 is coming to Philadelphia on Sunday, May 25th of Memorial Day weekend. The tour touts the flavor and benefits of heritage breed pigs. The event features a lineup of five chefs who will compete to win a chance to move on to compete in the Grand Cochon at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen in June.
This Sunday, Fairmount is challenging you to eat a whole pig. Or more precisely, thirteen different cuts from the pig at 13 different restaurants. The bites range from $2-$4 and many of the restaurants will also be offering drink deals. The food crawl runs from 3 to 7 p.m.
If you’re going to throw a big pig dinner that’s being presided over by female chefs, I guess it makes sense to advertise said pig dinner with a photo of one of those chefs posing with a bunch of dead pigs while wearing a human anatomy leotard. Read more »
It’s not every day that a family of Jews hosts a pig roast, but that is exactly what my sister did at her suburban Washington home Sunday.
Not just any pig roast, mind you, but a whole pig roast, complete with Porky’s head, ears, snout, mouth and teeth. All festively festooned with a red ribbon. It was the centerpiece of the feast, which I had dubbed pigapalooza. Read more »
We don’t have any details yet but a little birdie tells us that Cochon 555 will be coming to Philadelphia on
Sunday, January 26th, 2014 Sunday, March 16th, 2014.
Cochon 555 is a culinary competition featuring five chefs, five pigs and five winemakers. The winner of the Philadelphia event will move on to compete in the national Grand Cochon cook-off.
This past July, Cochon Epic, a pork-centric party came to the Ritz Carlton. It was a blast.
No word yet on tickets or location.
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CANCELLED: The Pop-up meat market has been cancelled due to illness.
Maybe Victor Fiorillo will want to check out Philadelphia CowShare next time he needs to go meat shopping. You can check out the CowShare this afternoon at Williams-Sonoma in the Bellevue at Broad and Walnut.
From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. you’ll be able to pick up grass-fed beef and pastured pork for your Labor Day needs and wants.
Cochon Epic is coming to Philadelphia on Sunday, July 28th. The event, which is slated for 10 Arts, promises to be a “once in a lifetime epic ‘heritage pork’ experience and features more than two dozen local and nationally known chefs.
As part of the build-up, the Mike Santoro and the Mildred are showcasing a pork-inspired menu now through the end of August. The heritage pork tasting menu is $45 per person and requires the whole table to take part. The tasting menu will change often but look for items like:
- Ratatouille stuffed Squid with Tomato Escabeche and Black Pudding
- Fried Head Cheese with Bread and Butter Pickles
- Porchetta stuffed with Mortadella and Pistachio