Thursday, February 14, 2013

Scenes from The Butcher & Public pig roast

Posted By on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 3:56 PM

Check out the latest from our web video series collaboration with Camp Friday Films on food and music. It's footage from Chef Travis McConnell's first Butcher & Public event. Like we've told you before, McConnell, currently sous chef at the Capital, plans on doing these semi-regularly leading up to the time when he's able to branch out and open his own brick and mortar space.

The event featured in the video happend on Jan. 20 at Dunbar Garden. Subscribe to Butcher & Public's newsletter to make sure you get the word on the next event.

And don't miss previous episodes of our series on Local Lime and Kevin Russell of The Gourds.

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