Giveaway: Greenhouse Tavern's Prophets of Smoked Meat

I usually don’t run 2 giveaways at the same time. However, when you read about the Greenhouse Tavern Prophets of Smoked Meat giveaway, you’ll understand why I couldn’t pass it up.

Because this week’s a little crazy, Scott stepped in to blog about it. With his love of meat, I think it was the perfect match! Remember to also enter my Dishcrawl’s Neighborfood giveaway.

Greenhouse Tavern pig roast

Scott at a Greenhouse Tavern patio party and pig roast

Oh, Cleveland, how much do I love meat?  That’s not a rhetorical question, start guessing!

See, I’ve always been a fan of meat. But if you’ve ever had the “privilege” of dining with me (quotation marks added by Amanda for sake of accuracy), you’ll know my past preference for carnivorous cuts was far from adventurous.

My orders of steaks, burgers, ribs, fillets, and others were always safe, straightforward, and plain.

Cleveland, you’ve shown me the better path.

It wasn’t until moving out to the wonderful North Coast that I began trying – and enjoying – a larger variety of styles and preparations of meat.

“It’s just ground up and raw beef with an egg in the middle? Sure, I mean, it must be – oh my! This is good!”

“This is a bowl of sliced and fried pig ear, you say? Sure, I mean, it wouldn’t be served if it wasn’t – wow! Where has this been all my life?”

Greenhouse Tavern's BBQ Half Pigface

Greenhouse Tavern’s BBQ Half Pigface

During my time here one of my personal prophets for “Food I Should Have Been Eating” has been Chef Jonathon Sawyer and the sanctuary that is The Greenhouse Tavern.

You don’t think just anyone could get me to eat part of a pig’s face, do you?

From that first nibble on their rooftop patio to splitting an entire order with Amanda for her birthday, I now daydream about the next time I will be able to enjoy their BBQ Half Pigface. It’s a divine treat far beyond what I would have ever tried eating a decade ago.

Because of this you’ll understand I was quite excited when I learned one of my own food prophets would be hosting The Prophets of Smoked Meat Dinner & Book Signing on June 18.

Author Daniel Vaughn’s book – The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue – has me salivating from the cover alone.

The debut title in the Anthony Bourdain Books line, it’s a comprehensive guide to all styles of Texas BBQ including recipes, photos and tales from the road.

 The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue by Daniel Vaughn

The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue    by Daniel Vaughn

Chef Brian Goodman from Team GHT and Noodlecat will also be at the dinner, and since the menu already features The Greenhouse Tavern’s BBQ Half Pigface along with a Whole Roasted Ohio CAB’s Head, I can’t wait!

The dinner goes from 6pm to 9pm and tickets are $85: eventbrite.com/event/6869311295. Your ticket purchase not only includes dinner with Daniel Vaughn, but you also get a signed copy of his book.

And here’s your chance to win 2 tickets to
The Prophet of Smoked Meat Dinner & Book Signing!

How to enter: Do one, some, or all five of the entries. A separate comment is needed for each.

5 Easy Ways to Enter the Giveaway
**You must leave a separate comment on this post for each entry**

1) Mandatory Entry: Check out Greenhouse Tavern’s menu and leave a comment with the item you love or want to try most.

2) Follow @thegreenhouse and @ADHicken on Twitter and leave a comment on this post telling me you did.

3) If you’re a fan of Clue Into Cleveland on Facebook, leave a comment on this blog post letting me know. If you’re not yet a fan, you can become one here.

4) Tweet the following and leave a comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to meat and eat @TheGreenhouse’s Prophets of Smoked Meat Dinner. Enter @ADHicken’s giveaway to win 2 tickets: http://wp.me/p2Ukr0-258

You can tweet once per day for additional entries. Just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

5) Subscribe to Clue Into Cleveland via a feed tracker like Bloglovin’ or Feedly and leave a comment letting me know you did. This can also include signing up to receive email notifications in the top-right “Subscribe” section of this page.

You have until June 13 at 11:59PM to enter. On June 14, we will select a winner using Random.org and will announce the winner’s name on Clue Into Cleveland. Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry – good luck!

**You can also enter Poise in Parma’s giveaway for more chances to win!**

Disclosure: I was invited to attend this event and give away 2 tickets on my blog. My opinions and the choice to post about this event are my own. Book cover photo from facebook.com/thegreenhousetavern.
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66 Comments

  1. The roasted pig head is what I would most like to try! I love pork and it would remind me of our wedding dinner as we had a potluck and pig roast reception – yum!

  2. Already a fan of yours and the Greenhouse Tavern’s fabulosity on Twitter! @charityherb

  3. I tweeted about this amazing contest! (but hope I win LoL) mmmmmmm meat! https://twitter.com/CharityHerb/status/344085698183327745

  4. You are on my feedly list of CLE bloggers!

  5. Can you say Fred Flinstone Beef Shortrib? I know you can! I would love to sink my teeth into that one!

  6. I’m following both of those twitter accounts. @tammigirl

  7. I am a fan of Clue in to Cleveland on Facebook

  8. I signed up for emails.

  9. How do you choose? Probably the Fred flinstone short ribs!

  10. While I love a LOT of things on Greenhouse Tavern’s menu, something I’ve always wanted to try and haven’t is their Crispy Hominy in the Firsts section. It sounds amazing!

  11. Animal frites, for sure!

  12. Already follow both on Twitter!

  13. Fred Flintstone Beef Shortrib or the Roasted Pig’s Head. They both sound delicious.

  14. I follow both on Twitter. @jesspatz

  15. I’ve had my eye on the pig face for a while now!

  16. Thinking the Fred Flintstone Short Ribs are a good place to start.

  17. I follow both. @fmayse

  18. I am a fan on facebook

  19. I tweeted.

  20. I subscribe.

  21. I am a fan on facebook

  22. I signed up for the emails

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  24. I tweeted an entry, today 6/11/13 at 12:50pm. Thanks!

  25. I follow both the Greenhouse and the wonderful ADHicken on twitter. Thanks!

  26. The item I would most like to try at Greenhouse Tavern is the Jean Louis Chave Mushroom & Ox Tail Risotto w/ porcini mushroom, parmesan, wood ear mushroom, red wine braised farm onion & poached egg. I’ve never had Ox Tail but would love to try it, especially at a restaurant of this standing.

  27. My favorite menu item is the 40 day dry aged steak! I also always like to try the fifth quarter

  28. I follow both @thegreenhouse and @ADHicken on twitter

  29. Liked on facebook

  30. I follow this blog in google reader

  31. Love their Lamb Burger and Wings!

  32. Following both on Twitter.

  33. Fan on Facebook!

  34. I’m subscribed on WordPress as well :)

  35. Most excited to try the Mushroom & Ox Tail Risotto

  36. I am following both on twitter

  37. I am a fan on facebook

  38. I subscribe via Bloglovin’

  39. Tweeted today!

  40. One today on facebook!

  41. and another on twitter!

  42. I’d like to try the Chef’s Tasting Menu most! Also the Rib Steak

  43. I follow you both on Twitter too

  44. I’m a fan of CIC on Facebook too

  45. Everything at Greenhouse is amazing…but I love CHICKEN WINGS!!! Pick me! Pick me!

  46. Following on twitter

  47. I tweeted! I want to meat and eat @TheGreenhouse’s Prophets of Smoked Meat Dinner. Enter @ADHicken’s giveaway to win 2 tickets: http://wp.me/p2Ukr0-258

  48. and one facebook post! I love the Greenhouse – will be going there for anniversary dinner in July!

  49. Follow you both on Twitter!

  50. Already like Clue into Cleveland on Facebook

  51. And subscribe by email!

  52. I always order the chicken wings at GHT – LOVE THEM!

  53. FB fan of Clue Into Cleveland

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