Local Lime goes whole hog for Hog Roast | Rock Candy

Friday, May 3, 2013

Local Lime goes whole hog for Hog Roast

Posted By on Fri, May 3, 2013 at 4:16 PM

Local Lime t-shirt Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast

I asked earlier for folks to speculate on who'll win tomorrow's Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast. One thing is certain, Local Lime's team, The Porkshank Redemption, is winning in the prepping category. Or at least they're winning at plugging their prepping on social media. They just showed off their slick team T-shirt, design courtesy, I'm sure, by their design and style guru Amber Brewer. And check out, below, pics of their step-by-step plan for their hog from their Facebook page. They had a trial run last week.

Step 1: Big fire.
  • Step 1: Big fire.

Step 3: (I skipped Skipped 2 for those with weak stomachs; it involved gutting the pig) Admire your handiwork.
  • Step 3: (I skipped Skipped 2 for those with weak stomachs; it involved gutting the pig) Admire your handiwork.

Step 4: Roast, rotate, move coals around, repeat for 10 hours.
  • Step 4: Roast, rotate, move coals around, repeat for 10 hours.

Step 5: Turn that bad boy into porchetta tacos with pickled red onion and salsa verde.
  • Step 5: Turn that bad boy into porchetta tacos with pickled red onion and salsa verde.

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