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Posted by / Friday, May 28, 2010

Mangalitsa

Many reasons I am proud to be Hungarian. This hog is one of them! Find out why here (OINK) I feel lucky as I am in New York next week and might just have to root around for some of this.

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6 comments:

  1. OMG it is so so cute. I want one!!

    Twila
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  2. You might try calling the restaurant "Craft" to see if they have pig necks.

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  3. Twila I am sure you could get one for the backyard! Heath I will check Craft as I know Craft well. You also mentioned two other places on your webpage. Would they have some?

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  4. I don't think I could eat him, but if they are grass feed, my "back 40" could use him!

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  5. The mangalista I have eaten is by far and away the best pork ever to pass my lips. It blows Berkshire hogs out of the water and is a sublime experience. I keep trying to convince someone to raise them in my region!

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