The Best Signature Dishes at Hogs For The Cause, Part 1

Hogs For The Cause, a renowned barbecue and music festival, offers a variety of unique and mouthwatering signature dishes that are definitely worth trying. Here are some of the best dishes you can find at the festival.

  1. HuPig’s Hand Pie: This dish consists of 15 hours smoked pork butt and smoked apple hand press pie, deep-fried and topped with a confectionary glaze called the Bliss, which creates a sweet heat candied shell.
  2. Sweet Swine o Mine’s Zaps Cajun Craw Tater Pulled Pork Delight: A Louisiana twist on the classic Frito pie with brisket, this dish offers a flavorful combination of zaps Cajun craw tater and pulled pork.
  3. March of the Pigs’ Nashville Hot Pork Belly Chicken: Featuring a fried pork loin with their famous hot chicken glaze, bread and butter pickles, and celery salad, all served in a Vietnamese steamed bun.
  4. Pork Belly Cartels’ Smoked Beef Cheek Boudin Quesa Taco: Made from smoked beef cheeks and Boudin tortillas dipped in brisket tallow, melted cheese, and topped with Tabasco pepper jelly.
  5. Herzeinfarhkt from Lard and In Charge: This 2018 bacon award-winning dish, Herrfart (German for heart attack), is a sweet plantain stuffed with cheese and green onions, wrapped in bacon, beer-battered, and fried to crispy perfection. It is served with a Sriracha aioli.
  6. Sweets – Bacon Pecan Pies: Although Hogs For The Cause is primarily known for its savory dishes, there are plenty of sweets available, including the delicious bacon pecan pies from That’ll Do Crew.
  7. Tachos from Chew Forks Farms: A perfect combination of pulled pork, cheese, and tater tots, tachos are a simple yet satisfying dish to try at the festival.

These are just a few of the incredible signature dishes you can find at Hogs For The Cause. With an array of flavors and innovative culinary creations, the festival offers a unique and unforgettable gastronomic experience for barbecue and music enthusiasts alike.

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