RED BANK, NJ – What brings out the boys and girls on a cool night? Bourbon and Mangalitsa pork!
The site was the Red Rock Tap + Grille, hosted by the talented and hardworking manager, Patty Rasoilo who kept things running smoothly as always.
A fun crowd gathered on the upper deck watching a beautiful sunset sipping from a variety of libations provided by selected vendors including; Iron Smoke Distillery, Three Chord, Penelope Bourbon, and the Misunderstood Whiskey Company.
Patrick Demunecas, Brand Ambassador of Mosefund Farms in Branchburg, NJ, provided plates of delicious fresh cuts of charcuterie (“shar-coo-tare-ree”).
Charcuterie is from the French for “flesh” and “cooked,” referring to prepared meat products, such as bacon, ham and sausage. Charcuterie began as a means to preserve meat before refrigeration.
“We have the largest herd of Mangalitsa pigs in North America. Mangalistas’ unique as its 50% fat, monosaturated, digests easier than butter, has less calories and cholesterol than beef,” said Demunecas.
If ever offered this delectable treat, take it.
Ahhh, such a good way to spend a Wednesday evening.
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