SETH TROXLER

SECRET SAUCE ReCIPE BEHOLDER

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Seth brings the heart and soul to Smokey Tails. The menu is inspired by his childhood in Detroit and the legacy of his Mom's family's secret 'Burton BBQ sauce' recipe which has been passed down for 3 generations. Not only a world famous megastar DJ, Seth also enjoys mixing things up in the kitchen and so when his beloved Mom finally gave up the secret recipe, his passion for food grew and the idea for Smokey Tails was born. 

JONA AHEARNE

EXECUTIVE CHEF

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Also known affectionately as 'Frodo' to his friends, Jona began his career as a 'professional party animal' with the Bearded Kitten team. Not just whirlwind of experiential genius, he also happens to be an excellent chef and is the powerhouse in the kitchen that delivers everything Smokey to your table. Working together with Seth in the kitchen is an experience in itself, as you can imagine, but that's just what Smokey Tails is all about.

 

JO VIDLER

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

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As one of the founders of award-winning festival, Wilderness, Jo has a wealth of experience behind her - and a lot more to offer yet. Her unlimited creative brilliance gives Smokey Tails it's unique character of being not just a food brand. Together with the rest of the team she'll be working hard to be sure to bring you the best exclusive events across London, and beyond. 

 

 



 

THE SECRET FAMILY BBQ SAUCE RECIPE

Seth's Mom's family have a secret 120-year-old recipe for their special BBQ sauce that has been perfected by Seth's grandfather and passed down for generations. Seth had to earn his rite of passage to have the smokey secrets of the BBQ recipe were revealed to him.  

My Mom is an incredible cook and I learnt everything I know from her. She finally gave up the family secret recipe for my grandfather’s BBQ sauce a few years ago and this really ignited my passion for cooking and led me to think about starting my own food venture. That’s when Smokey Tails was born.
— Seth Troxler