Cochon 555

This past weekend I was lucky enough to compete with Sean and Travis in Cochon 555. It is a cooking competition with 5 chefs 5 winemakers, and 5 pigs. There are 10 different locations throughout the country with the winners competing in Aspen at the Food and Wine Classic (check out the website I’ll start off by saying it was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. They give you a whole  pig  and one week to prepare as many dishes as you would like to present at the competition. Needless to say we did not get a lot of sleep during the week preparing the 13 dishes that chef decided to do. However, it was well worth all of the effort because we won! I had such a great time and it was an honor to work next to chefs like Sean and Travis in a competition. I would love to put up a lot of pictures but I was a little busy during the event so I didn’t get a chance to take that many photos and the ones I do have will be posted at a later date once I get some rest. I dont really know when that will be since we are now starting to prepare for Aspen which will be a challenge to say the least. Were all very excited and can’t wait to do it again.


2 Responses

  1. We’re with you! Sleep would be a fine thing 🙂
    Keep us posted and try to keep in contact! Loved to


  2. Oh i had no doubt that you would crush competition one more time , and what a great opportunity to do an event like that with Travis and Sean …
    You are lucky and blessed and now you need to post some pictures…
    BTW I got some coffee and burn you some beautiful info so expect package next week sometime …. Email inbound sometime tom….

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