Adrian Hulet’s backyard super-grill –– a cooking station built with a hodgepodge of kitchen parts he’s found, purchased, or restored over the years –– has become popular for pop-up events lately. He calls it FrankenKitchen. And his newly established BirdieBop chicken fusion restaurant inside The Moon is also getting buzz. Adrian and chef Joshua Harmon are the brains and brawn behind BirdieBop and are collaborating at this Saturday’s Cowtown Chili Cook-Off at The Moon, 2000 W Berry St, 817-386-0724. For a $20 admission, visitors roam from noon to 5pm and sample endless chili from the 15 teams competing. Fort Worth Weekly has sponsored the event for years, and it’s always a blast with plenty of live music, liquid refreshments, games, T-shirts, and fun in the sun. Adrian is Mr. Food Guy these days but drew attention originally as frontman of Oso Closo and other bands in North Texas. Now he’s focused on being a husband, father, and food entrepreneur while still playing the occasional gig. For today’s episode, Adrian chooses a song I was unfamiliar with by an artist I’d never heard of — always a fun challenge. Thanks for singing your heart out, Adrian, and for introducing me to a great new song. Good luck at the chili cook-off and hope to see everyone there! — Jeff Prince