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Discussion in 'Events' started by c farmer, Feb 7, 2017.
With all of this interest maybe we should do a hog roast! 🔥🐷
A pig has been on my bucket list. Thumbs Up
Hmmmm... I have no pig cooker.
Hey Farmer you got a pen to raise us a pig in?
Not really. I have 3 in my stock trailer until I can make room in the barn.
I could fit 120lB maybe 140 on my offset. So you have that as an option.
I have a pig cooker.
Let me know witch one to bring.
Nice Thumbs Up
That would be awesome. You won't need to bring anything but yourself and your knowledge.
Here pig, pig, pig, sooo weee.
If needed I have a local butcher I could probably got a pig from not sure how I could bring it and keep it cool I do have a large cooler.
I can see this is going to be awesome time. Love the way its being talked up. I more or less started a thread know as possible gathering in Pa, Md, De. and NJ almost a year ago.
And thanks to C Farmer its going to fly.
Oh man, a pig roast!!! Now you guys are talking. I wouldn't even bring my smoker, I'd just make the beans and bring them, a couple of sauces, and money to chip in on everything.
Not looking burst any bubbles as pig roasts are spectacular to see and attend...But how many folks planning to come have had a pig roast??? I did 110 pound Hog for my oldest girls 1st Bday. 50 people stuffed themselves and there was A LOT of leftover pork. We are up to maybe 14-16 people and currently looking at multiple meats at each meal. We would have to do just a pig on Saturday, or try to get a tiny 20lb Suckling Pig, can be a challenge in the fall, and make only a few other meats, or skip the pig to get hands and mouths on more of a variety. Whole hog is a once or twice in a lifetime cook for most. But sausage, bacon, brisket, fatties and the like are made monthly. If between now and September, this turns into a much larger group, a pig roast becomes a great option to feed a crowd. Just something to consider this early on...JJ
Too late! LOL
No seriously, that's a good point.
Yea, I would rather do multiple meats and it looks like we are only at 6 people so far oh, counting spouses and kids?
For sure a pig would be a lot of meat for the small group we have at this time even including Adams neighbors ( that's how you have a successful party you invite the neighbors)
It would be fun to see how different ones prepare what the do and for sure if CB comes we are going to have to make some kind of sausage.
Having done many pigs. IMO its is better to cook individual cuts of meat seperatley. When you cook whole hog your just getting pork cooked the same way...... Ribs will be mush and everything will taste the same.
Dont get me wrong, its fun to do and people like it, but its not the best way to go
My 2 cents
Yup have to agree it just basically taste like pork not the flavor you get when you rub and smoke single pieces.
Follow the NC gathering this weekend for some ideas. Being held at alelovers in NC.
OK C Farmer do I add your mac & cheese to the menu?
Yes, add me for the mac n cheese.