Now’s your chance to really go hog wild as the area’s top five chefs take part in a fierce, whole animal cooking competition at Cochon555. Best of all, you’ll get to pig out on the results and vote for the winner. Come for the farm-to-table treats and stay for that full-and-ready-for-bed feeling. Cochon555, the epic annual food, wine and spirits celebration and competition, will be returning to Minneapolis on Sunday, March 29. The all-inclusive feast, benefitting the Land Stewardship Project, brings together +100 industry-leading chefs, farmers, sommeliers, distillers, brewers and barkeeps across the country to create unforgettable culinary experiences that educate and entertain in the name of sustainable, honest and delicious food. Five of the top chefs, who specialize in whole animal cooking paired with farmers responsibly raising delicious heritage breed pigs, who will compete for the title of Prince or Princess of Pork. Competing chefs in this year’s event include Chef Chandra Walbolt of Union Hmong Kitchen, Chef Tommy Begnaud of Butcher and the Boar, Chef Michael Shaughnessy of Mill Valley Kitchen, Chef Dewey Ikeda of Lake & Irving, and Chef Carrie McCabe-Johnston of Nightingale. Guests will also enjoy bites from a number of local purveyors from the Twin Cities.
601 North 1st Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403