Old Town Clovis- Pollasky between Fourth & Fifth Streets
Pollasky Clovis, CA
If there is a piece of cookware that is symbolic of the old west, it's the black pot. The old cast iron pot was used on cattle drives, in bunk houses and by pioneer mothers and grandmothers to smother steak and chicken and make sauce piquante, fricasse and goulash for generations. Some cast iron pots have passed down from one generation to the next generation of cooks in a family. Of course, the cattle drive cook-out was always accompanied by a few tall tales, traditional music and cowboy poetry, also passed down from one generation to the next. The annual Black Pot Cook-Off and Cowboy Poetry celebration carries on this grand tradition and honors Clovis' Western heritage. Free admission for spectators with tickets available for food sampling.
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