Wild hogs

I continue to be amazed at the problems I didn’t know would be a problem. First the fruit flies in the kitchen.  Now we have wild hogs in the back yard.  Well not exactly in the backyard but apparently our land is infested with them. They are destructive, potentially dangerous, and an all around nuisance.

However they are also edible (or so we have been told). The hunt club here on our land has been trapping them and has gotten more than they know what to do with. If we want to pay the processing fees, then the next hog is ours.  As a girl who grew up on boneless skinless chicken breasts and bologna, this is really exotic.  So if anyone has any clue how you cook wild boar definitely pass the information along!


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