Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Porky Pig

The least kosher event of the year returns to town


Just like Forrest Gump's army buddy can rattle off a million ways to eat shrimp, we feel the same way about good ol’ pork.

Which is why we’re stoked that traveling cooking competition
Cochon 555 is returning to Miami.

The recipe is glorious: five pigs, five chefs, five wineries. And zero reasons to miss out.

In its sixth year, five chefs from
Pubbelly, The Dutch, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, EDGE Steak & Bar, and MC Kitchen will prepare dishes from a whole heritage pig each. Then, 13 local Miami judges have the hard work of deciding which chef will take the crown. 

Last year, EDGE Chef
Aaron Brooks took the Magic City’s title.

Not only do guests indulge on delicious pork but there’s a live butchering demonstration and enough booze to fill a feed trough.

Out of the million ways to eat pork, yeah, this just might top the list.

Miami Cochon 555
Sunday, February 9
4p VIP, 5p general admission
1435 Brickell Ave., Brickell

Price: General admission $125, $20 more for VIP here
15th & Vine; Batch Gastropub; OTC

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