A whole pig in a blanket?

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cheech

Master of the Pit
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Dec 19, 2005
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Beautiful Grand Rapids Michigan
I person from work told me about a pig roast they were at where the pig was cooked in a bed sheet and said it was sooooo moist.

Have you heard of this?

How why ?????
 
If it was, how did they keep the bed sheet from catching on fire? I guess someone was keeping it moist/damp, which in turn would sorta "steam" the
pig.

I just don't know...................

































I dunno, never heard of this.
 
I guess there was no cracklin' then.
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Makes you wonder why someone came up with that idea in the first place.
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The only reason I can see for this is to do anything to keep it moist. I was at a pig roast the other day and the only pieces that were moist is where the guy carving it stood over top and had drips of sweat drop on the meat
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