Roaster Pigs Flying Home in July


Sugar Mountain Farm Roaster Pig Ready To Cook

We have several fresh and frozen roasters available ranging from 33 to 88 lbs. A fresh pig can can be picked up this week or for a $100 deposit we can put it in the freezer to hold it for you for a coming event within the next two weeks. Other roaster sizes are also available to order ahead with a three week lead time.

See the Roaster Page for more details.

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2 Responses to Roaster Pigs Flying Home in July

  1. Jami says:

    Hello Water,

    I am curious about the process for preparing a BBQ roaster pig?
    I mean how do you get it so clean with the feet on and all…. I’m sure there is a process beyond just slater and peel :-) Your roaster look sooooo good, I wish I lived closer.

    • The process for preparing a pig for roasting is called scald & scrape. This is what we do with all our pigs. The other two methods are burning off the hair which gives poor results and skinning the pig which loses the nice skin and some fat. Skinning also loses the head, tail and feet. Scald & scrape removes the hair from the pig but leaves the skin and fat on as well as keeping the head, tail and feet on. Although scald & scrape can be done by hand, a far faster method is a machine line this combination scalder dehairer.

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