[Sca-cooks] pig heads

Dragon dragon at crimson-dragon.com
Tue Jul 29 08:05:36 PDT 2008

Stefan li Rous wrote:
>Cailte mentioned finding in a new store:
><<< however, dear heart drew my attention to the skinned pig
>head nestled among the tripe and pigs' feet.  made sense
>here.  i certainly wouldn't expect to see one at smith's
>or albertson's.  8) >>>
>Okay, does this mean a pig's head with the skin removed, leaving just
>the meat? Or just the skin from a pig's head? Or the meat and skin,
>both removed from the skull?
>I'm not sure if this would be a help or not, but if you decide to
>take advantage of this unusual offering, there is this file in the
>FOOD-MEAT section of the Florilegium:
>pig-heads-msg     (18K)  4/14/07    Cooking, displaying or otherwise
>                                        with pig's heads. Real and
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In addition to all that, the pig head with a couple of old, stringy 
roosters can be stuck in a big stew pot and simmered for hours to 
make pozole with the addition of hominy and some chili peppers. 
Delicious stuff. Out of period but still delicious.


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