Whole Pit-Roasted Pig
By Teresa Malkemus Cake_Nonny
Pig roast have been a centerpiece for many parties and gatherings. I thought is might be a good idea to post this how to for those who might like to give it a try. The food is different and satisfies even the heartiest outdoor appetites.
My friends shared with me how it is done.
Their annual Spring Pig Roast are wonderful. They usually serve Butter buns, barbecue sauce, baked apples, corn on the cob and baked sweet potatoes. Yum, Yum!
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About this Recipe
Sandy Mika mikasldy - Jun 11, 2012
I usually have a pig roast every year, but I just rent a large roater, usually put it to roast about 15hours or longer basting every hr or so.one year the motor burned out and we had to hurry to finish on the grills and in the oven. Thanks for sharing this method :]
Connie Cunningham Connie_Cunningham - Jun 11, 2012
you are too funny! Have you tried roasted armadillo?
Teresa Malkemus Cake_Nonny - Jun 27, 2012
Nope I haven't, but then gain they don't live in my area. Some people down in the Southwest do, but it is suggested that people not eat them because they can carry Hansen's disease.
Sandy Mika mikasldy - Jun 27, 2012
yes I heard they carry diseases too. I had read just a few years back that they had found leprosy in an armadillo.