Four culinary schools will vie for prizes, including cash, in a “snout-to-tail competition,” as the farm calls it. “South Texas Heritage Pork will provide our custom-fed, peanut-finished, pastured heritage pork.”
Each team will include five students currently enrolled in a culinary program and an instructor. Among the teams will be three from San Antonio: The Art Institute of America, The Culinary Institute of America and the San Antonio Food Bank Culinary Program.
The Groove Factory will provide the music while three food trucks — DUK Truck, Say.She.Ate and Where Y’At — will be on site. There will also be a Pie Eating Contest featuring pies from Ms. Chocolatier.
General admission tickets are $35 and include entry, parking, live music, pie eating contest, tastings and spectator for the competition. Cash bar for general admission will include Alamo Beer, Guadalupe Beer and St. Arnold’s.
VIP tickets are $75 and include upgraded tastings, VIP parking and seating located near the judging table as well as Ranger Creek Beer and Pedernales Wines.
The fun begins at 2 p.m. Sunday.
For more information on South Texas Heritage Pork, click here or call (830) 534-7993. Shuttle service from the Pearl Brewery is also available.