Paddington eatery Porcine is looking to inject a hearty feast into your time in lockdown with its new collaboration with Buffalo Trace. The huge barbecue box is available for pickup or delivery to those within ten kilometres of Porcine from Friday, September 24 and comes with everything you’d need for a meat and bourbon-heavy meal.
In order to create the boxes, Porcine chef Nicholas Hill has purchased three full Berkshire pigs. He’s carved and smoked the pork cuts to pair with a prune pate en croute, both of which you’ll find in the box.
Alongside the pork, you’ll be treated to spring vegetable vinaigrette, a jar of treacle and trace barbecue glaze, cauliflower cheese pie, banoffee and bourbon trifle for dessert with a bottle of…
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