The Pitmaster Dinner Series: Amy Mills with Maker’s Mark
November 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$49.00
The Smoke Shop’s Pitmaster Dinner Series concludes its second year with Amy Mills of critically-acclaimed 17th Street BBQ. Amy, a television personality and James Beard Award nominated author, will share dishes from her award-winning Praise the Lard and share with us what makes 17th Street BBQ one of the leading BBQ restaurants in the country (in Thrillist’s top 33 BBQ restaurants in the country and Bon Appetit’s best ribs in the US). In partnership with Maker’s Mark, our last Pitmaster Dinner of the year takes place on Tuesday, November 19th. Tickets include a Maker’s Mark specialty event cocktail, passed appetizers, a three course family-style dinner, and a Q&A with Chef Amy, as well as tax and gratuity.
Tickets are limited and will sell out quickly.
– Soul Rolls with Honey Mustard Sauce
– Smoked Brisket Dumplings with Soy Dipping Sauce
– Ain’t No Thang but a Chicken Wing
– Apricot-Glazed, Pit-Smoked Pork Loin with Bitter Greens and Bourbon-Soaked Dried Fruit
– Majestic Prime Rib
– Legendary Baby Back Ribs
– Mike’s Baked Beans
– Tangy Vinegar Slaw
– The Corn Bread
– Apple City Barbecue Sauce
– Church Cookbook Peanut Rolls
About The Smoke Shop’s Pitmaster Dinner Series:
Every fall, The Smoke Shop hosts its popular Pitmaster Dinner Series where Andy invites his chef and barbecue friends (and some of the country’s best Chefs and Pitmasters) for a series of special barbecue inspired dinners. Each dinner features a different guest chef who designs the one-night only dinner menu to include appetizers and a 3-course family-style dinner. The 2019 series, in partnership with Maker’s Mark, will include dinners by Jamie Bissonnette, Leslie Scott and The BBQ Ninja, and Amy Mills and will feature a special Maker’s Mark cocktail. Past guest chefs have included Tuffy Stone, Chris Hart, Bill Gillespie, and Brian Treitman. Tickets to each dinner are limited and available on Eventbrite.
About Amy Mills:
Barbecue heiress Amy Mills, daughter of barbecue legend Mike Mills, is considered the industry’s go-to girl for all things barbecue. She is the James Beard Award-nominated author of Peace, Love and Barbecue and Praise the Lard, a television personality, and a branding, marketing and PR pro. Her company, OnCue Consulting, offers premiere barbecue industry education and she consults with restaurants and barbecuers world-wide.
Amy divides her time between Boston, Southern Illinois and barbecue destinations across the country. She always wanted to be a glamorous heiress. Little did she dream her fortune would lie in barbecue.