Pig Roasting 101: How to Cook a Whole Pig
Celebrate Independence Day (and a successful hog hunt) with a backyard feast. If there’s ever a time to go whole hog—in every sense—it’s Uncle Sam’s birthday. Cooking a whole pig (in this case, a 75- to 125-pounder, butterflied and with hair removed) in a backyard pit puts the neighborhood on notice: You’re taking the party to a new level. Come hungry, y’all, and bring your friends. This D.I.Y. cooker goes up, and breaks down, in an hour tops. Check local laws about open fires in town…
How to Butcher & Process a Lamb - Part 2 - Weed 'em & Reap
And...we're back! Last week we covered How to Butcher & Process a Lamb - Part 1 where I showed you how to actually kill and break down a lamb. It was
How to Butcher & Process a Lamb: Part 1 - Weed 'em & Reap
Learn how to butcher and process a lamb. Lambs are one of the most sustainable and affordable animals to raise for meat. They thrive on a diet of 100% grass, and only need a salt block and fresh water to complete their nutrition.