Kansas City steak chef to sizzle at SoBe
Kansas City chef Craig Adcock will make his grilling debut at the Food Network’s South Beach Food and Wine (SoBe) Festival in Miami this weekend, cooking up his signature “Tomahawk Chop,” a massive 4 ½ pound USDA Prime Bone-in Ribeye Steak from Allen Brothers.
The signature steak, which was inspired by the late Kansas City chef John McClure with whom Adcock collaborated, will be grilled over peach wood and an open flame right on South Beach. Interestingly, the young Kansas City chef is one of the few to grill Allen Brothers’ huge bone-in ribeye steak this way. Adcock will have his grilling prowess on display as part of Moët Hennessy’s “The Q” competition during the four-day SoBe Wine and Food Festival. The hugely popular cooking event, presented by Allen Brothers, home of the “great steakhouse steaks,” is sponsored by MIAMI magazine and will be hosted by celebrity chefs Emeril Lagasse and Guy Fieri.
Adcock’s appearance at the SoBe Wine and Food Festival is a first for any chef from Kansas City. Following his debut at this year’s SoBe, the chef will have served well over 200 of this very special Allen Brothers cut from coast to coast over the past year.