Fire and Rain
When Zak Pelaccio gets an idea it’s usually a good bet he’ll follow through with said notion.
Cooking over open fire was the order of the day and Kris Perry’s massive cooking structures made food and art (almost literally) come together.
This rainy August day did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of the people meandering, drinks in hand. From one delicious cook station to the next, partygoers sampled everything from slow cooked pig to pane griglia to paella and on to grilled peaches (among many delicious others).
Every plate served was full of smokey goodness, cocktails were mixed with a secret ingredient – creativity. All was delicious.
When Club d’Elf, the Moroccan-dosed psychedelic dub jazz collective from Cambridge, Massachusetts fired things up, the atmosphere was complete.
Here’s an interesting interview with Zak Pelaccio about playing with fire. (with photographs by Slowfilms.com – uncredited!)
Tents dotted the meadow.