Pork Alert: Galewood Cookshack TV shoot


If you know 2sb, and you know Galewood, you already know and love Grace Delcano, our scooterist friend/neighbor famous for her home-smoked BBQ pulled pork. And you probably know that her roving BBQ-mobile, the Galewood Cookshack, is gaining notoriety in Chicagoland by serving up fantastic pulled-pork sandwiches (and more recently, nachos) at local farmers’ markets and motorcycle shows, with recent writeups in the Reader, Time Out, and Chicago Magazine.

Well, Grace and Cooky will be at the Logan Square Farmer’s Market this Sunday (9/16/07) from 10am until the last BlueBEERy muffin and Mexican Coke are sold, filming a segment for the Food Network program Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, so whether you’re a Cookshack regular or a longtime vegan looking for an excuse to come to the pork side, this is the day to show up, preferably on your scooter for extra pizazzle, and maybe see yourself on national basic cable, and more importantly, help distract from Grace, Su, and Tracie’s Sparks Mouth.

2 thoughts on “Pork Alert: Galewood Cookshack TV shoot”

  1. What I learned in 7 hours in a Grace’s Pig Rig:

    NACHOS!!!! Yell this at the top of your lungs every time someone requests them – it makes them feel special.

    Mexican Coke uses real cane sugar as opposed to that over-commercialized corn syrup crap we usually drink.

    You can FORCE people to buy pork by picking them out of a crowd and calling attention to them. “Pork – it’s good for a sunburn!” “Wrestlers love pork – it give’s them a competitive edge!” “Vegan bicyclists wish they were eating PORK!”

    People will buy from you just to make you shut up for a few minutes.

    When hungover at 10AM – Pork is good.

    Helping your friends do what they love is one of the best feelings in the world.

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