Phickles Pickles and bacon from Pine Street Market. I headed over to the silent auction area to place a few bids to help farmers in need. While bidding I could check out the vendors nearby. I tried a bit of High Road Craft Ice Cream and smelled the delicious Jittery Joe's coffee while friends bought caramels from Sugar-Coated Radical.
The aromas emanating from the tasting tent was too much and I made my way in. Restaurant areas were well spaced and I never had much a of a wait for a bite.
|Delicious house-made lamb sausage with blueberry pickled onions|
from Duane Nutter of One Flew South
from Leon's Full Service
|From Brickstore Pub-I could have eaten 10|
|One Midtown Kitchen goodness from Drew Van Leuvan|
|#246 African squash soup with pumpkin seeds|
|Pork pate from Parish|
Ryan Smith from Empire State South--deviled ham roulade with pickled veggies and radish on bacon-mustardd crackers.
|Robert Phalen from Holy Taco/One Eared Stag|
made this trotter terrine. (I may have had more than my fair share)
|Nick Melvin of Rosebud serving up some comfort (chicken and biscuits)|
|Muss and Turner's/Local Three meatballs. ( I had seconds)|
|Food 101's pork belly slider with kimchee|
|Chef Justin Burdett preparing house-made pork sausage, stewed greens, shaved radish |
over chestnut puree. I thought he said he drizzled something with thyme over the top. It was
|Huitlacoche Quesadilla with poblano from Taqeuria del Sol|
Huitlacoche is a fungus that grows on corn. It is expensive
|My favorite dish, Tennessee Hot Chicken from Linton Hopkins|
of Holeman and Finch and Restaurant Eugene.
So hot, so tender, so wonderful. Do you know about Price's Hot Chicken in Tennesee? Watch this