SBX5By http://profile.typepad.com/1237764140s22740 // May 10, 2013 in Attitude
I left you hanging yesterday, so I'll report now on how the event went.
The brisket was gorgeous, smoky and succulent. Men and women were comparing the experience of consuming the beef ribs with the choicest multiple orgasms they've ever had.
The scene? Celebrities and film crews. Food hipsters, of course.
But also regular families, including children.
Deirdre is a filmmaker and Jack her producer, so they know how to stage events. Brick walls, live music, great bar, quiet slideshow with BBQ definitions, impeccable staging and timing on the revelation of the meats, the sides and then an amazing check pastry dessert by Jack's niece.
I didn't help at all of the event, just enjoyed it. From helping out around the smoker during the day, I lifted just some of the veil of the mystery of how good BBQ is made, but, thankfully, not too much.
In fact, the way you get beef to taste that way now seems even more magical.