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Friday, October 30, 2009

Please, Don't Bring Your Toddler to This Petting Zoo. Unless They Have a Thing for Butchery

Posted By on Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 4:50 PM

click to enlarge Wear something splatter-proof. - KIMO
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Another carving party led by meat superstars Ryan Farr and Taylor Boetticher will throw down when Petting Zoo hits at Bloodhound (1145 Folsom at Seventh St.) next Tuesday, Nov. 3. Forty large will get you all the (spit-roasted) food you can eat, demonstration viewing, and one free cocktail at the bar. The chefs will tag-team butcher a goat and a lamb, as well as spit-roast an entire hog over an open fire. Chicken beer sausages, pork-crack chicharrones, rabbit crepinettes, salami, and bacon brownies promise to round out the carno-riffic menu. Adding to the meaty fun is the rather mysterious bacon-flavored libation available for all takers at the bar. No need to bum rush the doors, which open at 6 p.m.: Plans call for trotting out the food in a steady fashion throughout the night. Advance tickets are required.

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