BBQ Blowout: May 18, 2011 // Recette & Frankie Roseon May 04 in Events, Food, Music by Darin
May 18th, 2011
Good Co, 10 Hope St, Brooklyn, NY
Buy Tickets: $10 in advance or at the door
We are happy to announce the return of the FOTP BBQ Blowout. Now in its 4th summer, we are excited to announce one of our biggest seasons yet. There are new chefs, partners and delicious food to be had all summer. New York magazine is returning for the second year as the exclusive media sponsor and we are very excited to be working with them again.
On site food tix will be $10 and will include a plate of food and a complimentary Reyka Vodka cocktail. Entry is free, so come and hang out and enjoy Reyka specials all night long. As always, Nicky Digital will be snapping your photos, so make sure to wipe that sauce off your face.
Our first BBQ features Jesse Schenker of Recette fame. Lauded with numerous awards (two stars from The New York Times, two stars from NY Magazine, three stars from Time Out New York, etc), we are very excited to have Jesse kick off this years series with his contemporary American focus.
On the decks will be Frankie Rose who claims to be haunted by the ghosts of Brill Building. Her ethereal, yet affectation-free vocal melodies, swirling in a sea of church-like harmonies over a bed of tambourines, bells, and propulsive drumming, recall such artists as Elizabeth Fraser and Black Tambourine.
We are doing things a little different this year. We will be selling advanced tix and are partnering up with Gilt City to sell VIP packages that will grant you a guaranteed space, early admission, a silk screened bag, great cookbooks from Wiley publishing and other great gifts. The $10 tickets are limited, so make sure to head to www.giltcity.com/FOTPBBQ to reserve your space.
Reyka Vodka is as unique as the land that inspires it. Hand crafted in small batches in Borgarnes, Iceland, made with pure Icelandic spring water and filtered through lava rocks. Only Reyka captures a crisp, clean taste with a smooth finish.
Wiley was founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has been a valued source of information and understanding for more than 200 years, helping people around the world meet their needs and fulfill their aspirations. This month’s featured book is BHG Grill It – the ultimate visual guide to grilling and smoking. Bone up on basic skills, then move on to more than 250 mouthwatering recipes and 950 photos that show you exactly what to do. More than 600 step-by-step photos guide you through techniques such as stuffing pork chops, seasoning ribs, and using a rotisserie.