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March 11, 2009 at 7:00 AM

Porkfest: who won at Seattle’s Cochon 555?

Inquiring Eaters want to know: Who was crowned “Prince of Porc” after going whole-hog at Sunday’s fundraising porkfest, Cochon 555? I missed the fun (mistake!) so I can’t give you the lowdown, but you can read judge (and “Gastronaut”) Jay Friedman’s take on it right here. And the winner? That would be Chow Foods executive chef Anthony Hubbard.

That’s the “Prince of Porc” with the beard, smiling with Lon Chaney, Jr. and friends (photo/Michelle Garrard)

Anthony beat out friendly competitors Tamara Murphy (Brasa), John Sundstrom (Lark), Jason Wilson (Crush) and Matt Dillon (The Corson Building). Way to go, bro! Here’s his winning head-to-tail menu:

1) Pork belly consomme with brain mousse

2) Pork maki with four layers: smoked pork tenderloin, pork rillettes,

braised pork belly fat and roasted shank meat

3) Terrine de tete

4) Liver and heart skewers with ras el hanout and celeriac-cucumber salad

5) Sea Breeze Farm milk-poached pork leg with dolce gorgonzola mousse

6) Hard cider-braised pork belly with Guinness-molasses glaze

7) Bourbon-bacon ice cream in a bacon cone (which looks great):

(photo Michelle Garrard)

Post updated: 11 a.m. 3/12/09

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