Pig Pickin’ 2007

June 30, 2007 at 10:39 pm 2 comments

Today, Sean, Ledman and I went to Charlie and Kathleen’s house for their annual Pig Pickin’.  Their social group is quite committed to the event– This was their 21st year!  The slow cooked pig was delicious, but for me, the baked beans featuring coffee and french onions stole the show.  I had three servings!

Some pictures:


Armed with S-hooks, four men move the pig off the fire


Charlie (left) takes a taste test


One of the many pig decorations on the property


Men laugh as they chop the pig (Yes, some are using axes)


A dog strategically waited underneath the chopping table to lick the juices that dripped off.

More pictures from Pig Pickin’ 2007 can be found on my Flickr site.

Entry filed under: Food, Kathleen, Ledman, Sean.

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