Smorgasburg – Pigs in a blanket


September 2, 2012 by Emily Pergament

Yesterday, we rang in September by going to Smorgasburg with our friends, Mark and Claire. It was their first time there (and our fourth time this summer, fifth time overall).

We started off our day at Smorgasburg with Brooklyn Piggies. We bought 5 piggies for $8 – four spicy and one chicken (I assume the “spicy” ones, below, were made of pork). We chose the homemade BBQ sauce, which was very sweet, and the REALLY spicy mustard. The blankets were buttery and flaky. Our fingers were greasy after these ones.

I would get this again.



3 thoughts on “Smorgasburg – Pigs in a blanket

  1. Mark says:

    I WILL get this again. Many times.

  2. Jillian says:

    There is a very randomly large German population in and around Austin, and it’s because of this that I’ve always called pigs in a blanket by their German name, Kolaches. Kolaches are more like croissants though because the “pig” is entirely encapsulated in the pastry. Go hunt for them. They are far superior to the pig in the blanket.


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