1400 E Union St Seattle, WA 98122
Photo shot by Skillet Diner
SEATTLE, WA – This weekend, Skillet is receiving a Heritage Breed Tamworth pig. The Skillet team will deliver the pig to the diner and the truck through six new menu items – using the pig in its entirety. The Diner will offer the “Heirloom Pig Tasting Menu” paired with local wines and featuring Sous Vide Coppa de Testa, Confit Loin, Roasted Coppa & House-Made Chorizo, Braised & Glazed Belly and Bacon Carmel Waffle; and Street Food will offer 5 spicerubbed braised pork banh mi with house made pickles and a fish sauce caramel.
Available until it’s not.
WHEN: Two ways to taste – Thursday March 9, 2012
WHERE: Skillet Diner – 5pm; Skillet Street Food – 11-2pm
About Skillet: In 2007, Chef Josh Henderson created Skillet Street Food in Seattle, one of the ﬁrst experiences in the national street food movement that has swept the country. Out of avintage Airstream trailer, he developed innovative lunch menus based on American-inspired food prepared with classic technique and seasonal ingredients. The receptionfrom Seattleites was immediate and passionate. Today, Skillet Street Food is still servedthroughout the community, but Skillet has become much more: a thriving cateringenterprise, a brick- and-mortar restaurant on Capitol Hill, and a food products business— distributing its signature Bacon Jam product through retailers across the US and Canada.
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