Posts Tagged ‘Pork’

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo the time to celebrate the May 5th Victory! Eat some tacos, enchiladas and salsa. Put together a feast of your own with one or all of the five recipes below. Street Tacos Goose Tacos Rabbit Enchiladas Wild Pig Enchiladas Salsa

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Boar Loin and Pumpkin Stew

Do your part to help reduce the populations of feral swine. They’re tearing up the countryside across the sunbelt of America. Pumpkin is not just for carving and pies. It’s a savory addition to a hearty stew that adds flavor, body and color. If fresh pumpkin is not handy, canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling)…

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The Perfect Pulled Pork (Feral or Domestic Hog)

First, you’ll need one pork shoulder (butt) or hindquarter roast. If you use feral hog, take into consideration the age, sex and relative fat content of the feral hog, it can be very close in taste and texture to domestic swine or much drier and stringier. In general, younger sows are better table fare than old…

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Hoppin’ Juan

Hoppin' Juan

Hoppin’ John is a traditional southern dish with black eyed peas and bacon or ham hock – I’m taking it up a notch by grinding pork shoulder with my Weston grinder and adding spices from Hi Mountain Seasonings, then serving over rice for a more southwest taste. Don’t have black eyed peas in season? You…

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