Brady Lowe of Taste Network and COCHON 555 hosted the first-annual COCHON Heritage BBQ event, crowning Atlanta-based Local Three Chef Todd Mussman, Chef Jay Swift of 4th & Swift, Chef Nick Melvin, and Farmer Tommy Searcy of Gum Creek Farms the winners of the BBQ cooking competition. To celebrate the victory, Atlanta chefs Mussman and Swift will host exclusive pop-up dinner events featuring the winning BBQ menu at their respective restaurants on Monday, October 15 at Muss & Turners and on Sunday, October 28 at 4th & Swift.
|Brady Lowe of Taste Network|
Chile Relleño Pie
Pig Head Gumbo with Dirty Rice Calas
Master Chang Broth
Tennessee State Fair Slider
Esquites, Pork Fat Mayo, Hominy Corn Nuts
Pork and Cranberry Beans, Belly, Ham Pastrami, Mustard Molasses Glaze
Taste Network Founder Brady Lowe will be attendance at both dinners to talk about the importance of preserving the heritage breed pig and supporting local farms. As a special thanks to guests, Lowe will pour an exclusive tasting of bourbon from his private cellar.
The cocktail reception will feature a welcome cocktail with Templeton Rye whiskey, a spirit that is new to the Atlanta market. Dinner will follow, where guests will enjoy a tasting of the entire heritage menu. Priced at $35, tickets include the welcome cocktail and dinner, with optional cash bar for additional imbibing. Reservations are required and can be made by visiting Brown Paper Bag tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/283343.
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