You know that Cochon 555 heritage BBQ competition that seemingly every chef and restaurant in town has been promoting via social media recently and you really want to go to? We'll we've got a pair of free tickets to give away to one lucky winner.
To enter, you need to be both a subscriber to our newsletter and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Yes, the contest is open to current Eater Louisville newsletter subscribers. We'll pick a winner Friday, Aug. 30.
The competing chefs teams will be led by Edward Lee and Kevin Ashworth of Milkwood, Coby Lee Ming of Harvest, Tyler Morris of Rye on Market, Annie Pettry of Decca and Levon Wallace of Proof on Main.
"Each chef crew must prepare one plate showcasing the whole hog in six distinct dishes comprised of four meats and two sides," according to the press release. "The meats are bone, muscle, pull, stew and sides are mayo and mustard based - which means that there will be no less than 30 heritage pork dishes to feast."
In addition to a whole lotta hog, beverages will be available from Crispin Cider, Anchor Brewing, Antica Formula, Breckenridge Bourbon, Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare, Fernet Branca, Fidencio Mezcal, Four Roses, Illegal Mezcal, Mezcals de Leyenda, Pierde Almas.
·The contest is not open to Eater Louisville's employee.
·Or its intern.
·If the winner over consumes pork and/or bourbon, Eater Louisville cannot be held responsible but sure as hell wants to hear any of your gluttonous antics.
[Photos: Edward Lee, courtesy Bravo/Top Chef; Kevin Ashworth, Whitney Harrod Morris; Coby Lee Ming, courtesy Harvest; Annie Pettry, courtesy Decca; Tyler Morris, courtesy Rye on Market; Levon Wallace, courtesy Proof on Main ]