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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Alex Pardee and Chef Chris Cosentino Cook Pig Head

Posted By on Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 8:25 AM



Alex Pardee's Letters From Digested Children opens tomorrow at Fifty24SF, so celebrity Chef Chris Cosentino decided to mark the occassion by inviting Pardee to cook up a few pig's head dishes at Cosentino's swanky SF restaurant, Incanto. I'm guessing that pig's head is a reference to either Lord of the Flies, or to Pardee's affinity for gore and horror flicks. You may also remember Cosentino cooking with Jeremy Fish before his art show last month, so look out for more team-ups with Cosentino and other Fifty24SF artists in the near future. Check for more pig's head recipes with Cosentino and Pardee over at Upper Playground's Walrus TV. --Oscar Pascual

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