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Fine Swine and Artisanal Food Fest Sunday

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If pork is what you're hankering for, find it at the Fine Swine and Artisanal Food Fest Sunday.

This coming Sunday, from 2-8 p.m., students from the Culinary Institute America- San Antonio and the Art Institute of San Antonio, will be exhibiting their skills in a heritage hog cook-off.

It’s happening at the South Texas Heritage Pork Farm, and there will be live music and a raffle with the top prize of a whole heritage roaster hog. Plus, take part in (or just watch) a pie-eating contest, tastings from local food trucks and vendors (additional items can be purchased from the vendors), cooking demos, and the showing of a food documentary, “Farmageddon.”  Sample tastings from the culinary students and watch the final judging.

Beer and wine will be available for purchase.

Tickets are $35 for general admission and $75 for VIP tickets. The address is 4268 County Road 404, in Floresville.

VIP tickets include all general admission amenities plus additional food and drink pairings, a VIP parking pass and VIP seating in the judging area located on the farms expansive patio. VIP seating while be located in the heart of all the culinary cook-off action. VIP seating is pre-sale only, limited seating available.

Tickets available on line here.

Visit South Texas Heritage Pork at


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One Response to “Fine Swine and Artisanal Food Fest Sunday”

  1. lemurleaf says:

    Those sausages are making me HUNGRY! So is the whole plate, in fact, and I love that this is heritage pork.