Each year, instead of buying my friend and her husband Birthday presents (their birthdays are on the same day) I make them dinner at their home for them. their kids and usually a few friends. This year I've decided to make Ad Hoc's Buttermilk Fried Chicken. What else should I make to go with it?
In just a few hours this little piggy will be stuffed with caramelized onion, figs and sage, then cooked to perfection and devoured by me and my friends.
My friend and I are cooking a suckling pig this Saturday. It arrived from the farm with its eyes intact. Can anyone tell me if the eyes need to be removed before it goes in the oven, and if so, is there any particular technique that I should be aware of?
A friend and I have got the crazy idea in our noggins to try to cook a suckling pig. Now we just need to find a source. We are in the Seattle metro area, but are willing to mail-order in need be. Any suggestions?
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