This past Saturday, I was honored to be a judge for the Tenderloin Throwdown, in Greensburg, Indiana.
This is the 2nd year for the event, but my first year judging. Part street fair, part food competition, this event has food booths, crafts, a sidewalk art contest, live music, and more. Let me state that it was a VERY well put together (and attended) event! I enjoyed myself a LOT, and plan to go back next year, whether I’m judging or not.
I’m not going to rate the tenderloins, instead, I’ll go do a real review of them, one by one, Instead, I’m just going to post a few pictures of the event.
Greensburg is a small town in Southeast, Indiana, most well known for the tree growing out of the courthouse!
There are some lovely old Churches in town, it’s a lovely town to just go stroll in!
One of the artisans on site was a chainsaw carver. I REALLY enjoyed watching him work.
There was also a sidewalk art competition, that was fascinating to watch unfold!
Lines at every food booth having tenderloins….this is Union Jacks, who made the trip down from Indianapolis.
Hand breaded, then coming out of the fryer.
It was a VERY hot day, so folks were taking advantage of the shade.
Here’s a grandfather and grandson enjoying the live music.
And, what better treat after a tenderloin than ice cream?