Sunday, December 2, 2012

SactoMoFo's Truck and Mortar Throwdown

 
SactoMoFo's Truck and Mortar Throwdown
 
 
 
This was a tasty experience and awesome opportunity to support local restaurant and food truck chefs as well as kids charities. There were five teams of two each consisting of one restaurant chef and one food truck chef, who together prepared a savory and a sweet dish using the secret ingredients of the day, PORK and HONEY! Check out their creations... 
 
Team 1- Ella & Chando's
Savory: Pozole Rojo-traditional Mexican holiday pork and hominy soup with slow-cooked pork butt, red chilis and spices, garnished with shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, avocado, sliced radishes, line and a little TLC
Sweet: bacon churros drizzled with a honey ganache
 

 
 
Team 2- Ettore's & Drewski's
Savory: Cochininita Pibil- braised pork shoulder in banana leaf with citrus and achiote on white rice, with pickled red onion, micro cilantro and crispy seasoned chicharones
Sweet: "The Last Twinkie"- honey Twinkie with bacon-bourbon mascarpone filling
 

 
 
Team 3- Grange & Coast to Coast
Savory: British banger and Scotch eggs with charred jalapeno-honey remoulade
Sweet: bacon funnel cakes with persimmon-honey compote
 

 
 
Team 4- Kru & Krush Burger
Savory: mini crunchy taco with pickled red onions, micro greens, and a fire roasted tomatillo and avocado sauce
Sweet: pork belly with barley congee, sansho pepper teriyaki and crispy pork rind
 

 
 
Team 5- The Golden Bear & Simply Southern
Savory: ten-hour smoked pulled pork shoulder slider ith homemade Southern style honey BBQ sauce
Sweet: honey-glazed pork belly with house made sweet chevre, roasted beets and grits with chocolate mint
 

 
 
And the winners are...
 
For the SAVORY category: Team 4- Kru & Krush Burger (which I voted for)
 
For the SWEET category: Team 2- Ettore's & Drewski's (although I voted for Team 5- The Golden Bear & Simply Southern who prepared, in my opinion, the most upscale dessert there, the glazed pork belly with house made sweet chevre, roasted beets and grits with chocolate mint. Go figure the majority would go for "The Last Twinkie" as Honstess recently went out of business)
 




2 comments:

  1. Looks like a fabulous day! Just wanted to say thanks for the amazing cookies you sent us in the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap. They were delicious (and are now all gone). Can't wait to see the recipe!

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