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Meaty, Beer-Drenched Snapshots from Pig Island 2010

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Team Porchetta
Team Porchetta

On Saturday, the meat hungry masses flooded Governors Island for the first annual Pig Island, an event organized by Jimmy Carbone of Jimmy’s No. 43, where 20 chefs — including Porchetta's Sara Jenkins, Double Crown's Chris Rendell and Print's Heather Carlucci — were given a few pigs and asked to make whatever they wanted out of them for this massive, outdoor BBQ and beer garden. Most of the teams offered some version of pulled pork — the longest, most impressive line was the one for Palo Santo’s carnitas. But the highlights of the fest were two of the stranger dishes: Nuela chef Adam Schop’s pork terrine with concord grape jelly, essentially a grape taco with a meat tortilla, and, Patty Jackson of I Trulli’s creamy, crispy testa square and cotechino sausage, with a fava bean salad as a side.
· All Pig Island Coverage on Eater [~ENY~]

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