Archive for January, 2007
…just in case you thought we were lying. Note him avoiding the perfectly good (and tasty) chili awaiting him on the stove.
We wouldn’t want you to get the impression that we’re, you know, up and at ‘em during Baconfest.
Meanwhile, out in the garage, a feeding frenzy is taking place. We pulled out pieces of deliciousness with both hands.
I reached into Philip and came up with a half rack of ribs. Delightful. He truly tasted like Pig Candy.
Philip, we thank you for your sacrifice.
Philip is carved into small pieces for a civilized dinner. Tender and juicy, he feeds an entire Baconfest.
Philip heads to the cooker. He is inside the box, with the coals on top. This method can cook a 70 pound pig in about 4 hours. In freezing temperatures.
Philip is inoculated against insipidity, a common problem with young pigs of his age.
His vaccine is the liquid parts of Mojo Criollo, strained to fit in the syringe. We will massage the solids into him before introducing him to the cooker.