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post #21 of 30

That one might take me a bit to get my head around. I love pork, and beef, but a 2-3 month old piglet? Humm... Looks tasty but kinda creepy at the same time. Good job none the less.

post #22 of 30

Bet it was tasty...

I an a bit squemich... I like my meat to look like parts... not the whole thing...

post #23 of 30

I'd hit that! drool.gificon14.gif

post #24 of 30



You said exactly what I was thinking.  Wifey says if you trap one of those things don't be calling me to shoot it or help you pull it out of the pen or skin or anything.  I can only imagine the look on her face when she opens the smoker and sees the baby pig on the grill.  I'd have to cut it up, wrap in in saran wrap and put a butcher's label on it.   For some reason if it comes in plastic wrap it doesn't have a personality.  Only reason I don't raise cattle on my spare property.  Those big baby eyes.


Does look delicious

post #25 of 30

Talk about Baby Back Ribs.............................439.gif Get me two of them, one for each plate. icon14.gif

post #26 of 30

That looks good man I am gonna have to try that some day.

post #27 of 30

If anybody out there doesn't want a piglet or a baby lamb, please PM me.  LOL


Good luck and good smoking.

post #28 of 30

YUMMY!!!!!     banana_smiley.gif

post #29 of 30
Looks interestingly good! Thanks for the pics! icon14.gif
post #30 of 30

Wow ive shot turkeys bigger than that.icon_lol.gif Looks good bet it was tender.Did it still have a milk mustach? 

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