Wisconsin chefs go head to head in a whole hog competition. Each Chef will be given a whole heritage breed hog sustainably raised on pasture in beautiful Southern Wisconsin. The Chef will be given a pig 3 weeks in advance and prepare 5 to 7 small dishes to be judged by YOU and a…
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There are a lot of fantastic food events that take place around the country each year, including some amazing pork-based events!
However, we at SloPig wanted to do things a bit differently. What better way to celebrate fine swine and robust spirits than by throwing a party (with a little competition thrown in)! SloPig is designed to be a giant cocktail party with lots of nibbling, lots of roaming around and plenty of punch sampling. The evening involves three primary components, a chef competition, a bartender competition and the Tasting Hall.
All of the food and all of the beverages at SloPig are offered up as a testament to what happens when a little more time and attention is paid to growth, preparation and production processes. We hope that you slow down and take some time out of your schedule to attend one of the main SloPig competition events or one of our SloPig & Friends pop-up events.
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