Taste Tested: Six Thirty Nine’s Pulled Pork Croquettes

Stumped on what to make to impress your food loving friends this holiday season? Well, look no further. We’ve managed to convince Chef Eric Boyar of SixThirtyNine — the only Feast ON certified restaurant in Oxford County — to share his (amazing!) recipe for Pulled Pork Croquettes!


Established in 2005 SixThirtyNine is an award-winning restaurant located in the heart of Oxford County. Chef Eric Boyar’s menus bring a unique combination of artistry and skill to bear on the finest locally-sourced ingredients. Our suggestion? Book a spot at the Chefs Table for a behind the scenes look into Chefs kitchen. Apprentices work silently, with giant smiles on their faces — it’s like watching a ballet, but more delicious!


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Need a recipe for pulled pork?
Here’s one of our favorites!

3 Responses to Taste Tested: Six Thirty Nine’s Pulled Pork Croquettes

  1. […] class of showcasing cheese on the table.  That included his legendary pulled pork croquettes (find the recipe here!), duck confit soup and leek ash gnocchi made with Oxford Harvest cheese from Gunn’s Hill, […]

  2. […] or call ahead and book the chef’s table which seats four. While you’re there try the pulled pork croquettes, they’re a signature […]

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