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By Libby Curran
October 06, 2020
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By Libby Curran
October 06, 2020
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Loaded with breaded pork jowl, chicken jus and green mustard leaf mayo, the legendary pig's head sanga from Collingwood's Congress is far from vegan. But that's not stopping the team from joining forces with the famed purveyors of plant-based goodness at Smith & Daughters for a special collaboration event.

Taking over the Peel Street wine bar from 12pm this Saturday, October 10, the pop-up will showcase an unexpected new creation — Smith & Daughters' own vegan reimagining of the much-loved pork sandwich. They've recreated the flavours using pickled fennel, some salsa verde and that all-important fluffy white bread, and they'll be slinging their edition for $12 a pop.

On the day, you'll also be able to buy Congress's original sanga ($10), as well as the venue's signature dutch spice cake ($8), Peroni Red beers ($5) and yuzu spritzes ($10). The lineup's sure to be popular, but you can pre-order from the Congress website this week to avoid missing out.

Before you head out, you can check that the wine bar is in your five-kilometre bubble using this handy app.

Congress x Smith & Daughters pop-up runs from 12–4pm.

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