- Joined Jan 8, 2008
Yep, cheek/jowl, whatever you want to call it. The drinks were great, the owner of the restaurant/bar knows his stuff when it comes to cocktails, and his bar is one of the top in the country.What a terrific party, I love the pictures of the refreshing drinks leading up to the food. The roasted pig looks like it came out just perrrfect. So you said in your blog that you ate the cheek ? I have never eaten that part.
My dad did a roast awhile back , I am hoping to do one this year to.
The barn has to be one of the nicest ones I have seen. An Irish band ? wow....love that fiddle.
Can you tell me what they call the metal brackets that encase or flatten the pig ?
Just great pictures, glad you had a great time.
It was! Turned out well. They injected it with a few things, I'm not sure of, but I believe BBQ sauce.Hey how did that pig turn out? Was the skin crispy?
Grilled peaches from the farm.Great to see you posting again. Cocktails do look tasty as does the buffet spread.
A neighbor of mine roasted a piggy in a La Caja China and called me to do the butchering. Those braces help you pull the pig out in one piece.
What is to the left of the watermelon? Simply sliced peaches, or roasted stone fruit dusted with 10X?
I don't think I ever saw Chefs in action other than on the Food Channel. Very impressive.Oh, they were working. It was a restaurant kinda sponsored party/event.
?! Lots of places have open kitchens. Enjoy the show!I don't think I ever saw Chefs in action other than on the Food Channel.
It happens.Seeing what Chef's cook at home would be an interesting topic for another thread