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hawg·wash BBQ (hôgwôsh, -wsh, hg-) KEY


1. Worthless, false, or ridiculous speech or writing; nonsense.

2. Garbage fed to hogs; swill.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Smoque BBQ is at U.S. Cellular Field

These baby backs from Smoque won't be available at U.S. Cellular Field, but its brisket and pulled pork will.Posted by Kevin PangThe White Sox might not be having the most spectacular season (and neither are their North Side brethren), but there's a new reason to visit U.S. Cellular Field this summer. Smoque, the BBQ joint that has reached an echelon of must-visits among 'Cue aficianados, will be operating a stall at the stadium starting this Tuesday, June 1. Bad news: most ticker-holders won't be able to sample Barry Sorkin's brisket and pulled pork sandwiches at the stadium, because the stand will be in section 318 on the LG Skyline Club Level in right field. So unless you're holding Skybox or premium tickets, you're out of luck, but you can still visit the restaurant's main Old Irving Park location. "It's incredibly exciting for us," Sorkin told The Stew Thursday afternoon. "Hopefully a North Side restaurant on the South Side won't anger people. At the end of the day, we're all Chicagoans."For now, the Cell will only offer a greatest hits of Smoque's BBQ: the 14-hour smoked brisket (ask for end pieces), pulled pork shoulder, barbecue beans and his tangy coleslaw. Sweet tea and Blue Moon wheat beer will also be offered. The food will be made at the restaurant's kitchen and transported to the stadium daily."We're slicing the brisket and pulling the pork on site, so the product doesn't suffer at all." Sorkin said Levy Restaurants approached him about the opportunity of a partnership several months ago.

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