Originally Posted by Tousi
Yeah, but if I was in charge, I'd go with several pigs. I think they call the smaller ones porkers. I can't imagine getting a huge pig to feed upwards of a thousand people. There was no mention anywhere, and there was a lot of talk prior to the event and now that it is over, they are still talking about it.......no mention of how this is done, etc, etc. It was the 8th annual bash so one would think that there'd be expertise.....like pits in the ground, etc, etc.....I'll try to find out more....
Every two years we have a cousins reunion in CT. At the house where it's held, my cousin has a pit in his yard for the pig roast. He cooks it whole, from snout to curly tail, and including feet. It kinda freaks out some of the kids and vegetarians in the crowd.