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Old 03-27-2005, 02:59 PM   #1
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Whole Hog Pics from LudiChris

Here are a few whole hog pics from LudiChris:

Guest of Honor... Back From the Butcher

Ready For the Pit... Fun With Piggy

Porker In and On... Git-R-Done

Getting the Slice... My Ugly Mug and My Lovely Wife

**EDIT** Corrected the "Porker In and On" picture
 
Old 03-27-2005, 03:18 PM   #2
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How many people cane you feed with a whole hog like that?
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Awwwwwwwwww that poor pig, I just don't know what to say...........How could you guys take pic's of before and after. That is just appauling to me.....................What time's dinner?????????
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Bill: Thanks for uploading the pictures for me. I'll have to buy the wings at the Anchor. (any time you want to go) That porker fed about a hundred people.Yea, I felt real bad about the poor piggy, As I jammed a Sammy in my pie hole! The other one was cut up for the deep freezer. The one we did for the cook walked right up the plank into the truck like he was going to the fair.It was only at the butcher after unloading him he went nuts.Must be the other hogs told him he was there to take the "Big sleep" I gave him a couple of dough nuts for his last meal.The neighbors are some of my best customers. Every one eats for free the 4th of July.Including the whole damn Police dept, And Fire dept. there good guys and it's a small town.Nice to have those folk on your side if you need them.
 
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Hey Ludi, that pic of the head and the parts split a part...is that how you serve? Or do you just remove all the meat and served as pulled pork?
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I'll have to buy the wings at the Anchor. (any time you want to go)
You're on! And I'll get the beer!
 
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It's how ever the customer wants it. If it's a good ole pig pickin party It gets done longer. If they want it sliced not so long.Most of the time it's a little of both just due to the fact that most folk have not a clue what pulled pork is.Most don't want the head, That's fine by me I'll eat the jowl and cheek meat.(that's the best part of the hog aside from the skin) I personally like the pig pickin parties. Yank the pig off the pit and let the customer and guests have at it. With the customer going first with who ever fallows.Other times I have to cut it up with a pan of pulled, a pan of sliced, a pan of ribs, Exc. Sauce is ALWAYS served on the side.
 
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Hey Capt, is that you in the yellow shirt with that pig? :badgrin:
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My buddy did this last year. I helped. Everybody in Carolina's know's
how they like they're pig. Some like a traditional picking, since he was serving a mixed crowd of Southerner's and yankees, he pulled it all, chopped and served in the skin.

This one was a little dry, but there weren't none left. Funny how when folks eat your cooking, they always swear it's the best they ever had!
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