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Local BBQ Catering Joint Being Featured On The Cooking Channel's "Big Bad BBQ Brawl"; Watch Party Announced
Phoenix, AZ, [5.23.2017] Pork on a Fork, a restaurant & caterer offering the highest quality BBQ & catering in the area, will be featured in the upcoming episode on May 23rd at 7:00pm of the show entitled “Big Bad BBQ Brawl”. It is a show in its 2nd season on the Cooking Channel where Shannon Ambrosio travels around the country to learn different aspects of BBQ around the nation and challenges them and puts his Brooklyn spin on the agreed upon item. And with the fact that the Pork on a Fork BBQ & Catering would be featured in it only goes to show that they indeed offer some of the best BBQ in Arizona.
The Cooking Channel is a national TV station dedicated to food lovers. It offers shows wherein the chefs share the best recipes that they have, demonstrate and cooking skills and different cooking techniques that the viewers at home can also try out. It also has shows that features the best restaurants in the country including Pork on a Fork whom would be showcasing the things that makes their BBQ different from other BBQs out there.
In order to celebrate the great news of the restaurant being featured on one of the show’s episode, Pork on a Fork BBQ & Catering have decided to hold a huge watch party on May 23rd with activities throughout the day at one of their three locations, 1949 E Camelback Phoenix, AZ 85016. They will be giving out free bbq and various local celebrities are expected to attend the event. Apart from watching the show together, other fun activities have also been prepared for the guests to participate in; for example a smoked wing eating contest. One can expect that it would be pure fun. Come and join in the fun! For more information about the event, just visit www.PorkonaForkCatering.com
Host: Shannon Ambrosio
ABOUT PORK ON A FORK BBQ & CATERING
Pork on a Fork is a restaurant that offers the best BBQ & Catering services in Phoenix, AZ. They have been known for offering competition style barbecue. As a matter of fact, their meats are smoked daily low and slow. As a result, their meats achieve to be the most tender and flavorful. In addition to that, they also have the best spices that are handmade and rubs that only they have. The way they cook their meat is quite delicate as well. They smoke the big meats, like pork shoulders and beef briskets for fifteen hours and no less than that. Hence, perfection is attained in every piece of meat that they offer. Watch out for happy hour specials and nightly specials when they offer off the menu items that include smoked tri-tip, smoked pork loin, and smoked prime rib.