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1st pic is applying rub 2nd pic is after 2.5 hours 3rd pic is finish product I already cut off one ham and tenderloin before I took the pic

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Fresh pork skins way better than store bought, saved some for cracklin corn bread to go with  tonight's dinner.

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That's a great looking porker there , buddy. I went to a pig roast last year and it was some great eating... And a really cool day of cooking.
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Thanks Hambone day well spent by the cooker and played plenty of horse shoes. what little bit was left I'm making Brunswick stew tomorrow .

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Tasty looking Smoke!
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Nice looking smoke. What size was the piggy?

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 Thanks .piggy was 100lb dressed out

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Nice porker going to be putting a 150 lb one on the spit July 12 . Plan on posting pics.
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Originally Posted by GEOFORD View Post

Nice porker going to be putting a 150 lb one on the spit July 12 . Plan on posting pics.

Good deal , always a great day cooking a whole hog

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Good deal , always a great day cooking a whole hog

Oh you bet. I'm hoping I get invited back this year if my buddy does it again. What a great time. So unique.

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Nice looking pig Hambone , I have never cooked one like that on a spit. I guess the finally product is the same except my way I have more bark . either way its a great da:drool:

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