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Recently got an email announcing that Heritage Meats is hosting a fundraising tasting of their products cooked by a very appealing lineup of chefs. Thought Mouthfullers might be interested. Apparently there's plenty of room at the event and it's not going to be sold out.

 

Here's the info from the email:

 

You are cordially invited to a Heritage Foods USA fundraiser!

 

Join

Colin Alverez of the Tasting Room

David Chang of Momofuko

Shane Coffey of Alias Restaurant

Steve Connaughton of Lupa Restaurant

Wiley Dufresne of WD-50

 

For a tasting of heritage meats prepared in ways you can only imagine

 

Proceeds from the event will support a 40-day and 40-night tour across

the country to put a face on the people who care deeply about America's

food history including famous chefs, farmers, butchers, sausage-makers,

truckers, pit-stop waitresses, movie actors, authors and unusual

personalities that make up the Heritage Foods world.

 

Monday May 22nd

7-9pm

Gavin Brown's enterprise

620 Greenwich Street (not Avenue!) on the corner of Leroy

Tel 212-627-5258

 

Suggested Donation: $125

 

Please RSVP to 212-980-6603

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What can I say? You fucked up, buddy. And they say wisdom comes with years.

 

:(

 

Nah, I'm just kidding. The food was tasty and the company even better, but it was a pretty primitive event for $125. Best dishes were the pork buns from Momofuku and roast pork loin sandwiches from Lupa. Gramercy Tavern had some nice apple tarts with an all-lard crust.

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What can I say? You fucked up, buddy. And they say wisdom comes with years.

 

:(

 

Nah, I'm just kidding. The food was tasty and the company even better, but it was a pretty primitive event for $125. Best dishes were the pork buns from Momofuku and roast pork loin sandwiches from Lupa. Gramercy Tavern had some nice apple tarts with an all-lard crust.

 

Been there, ate them. Except for GT tarts.

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What Steven said. I also liked the Tasting Room's wagyu brisket slices rolled round snappy baby dandelion greens. Lupa's peppery house-cured coppa was pretty tasty as well. And what was the cheese served with the tarts? That was excellent.

 

The white wines served were pretty wretched. The pinot noir wasn't so bad, though.

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