After the pig was lowered in, I spread about 60# hickory chunks around the roll and place some heated river rocks on top of the animal. After the hardwood started to coal we began shoveling dirt back into the hole.
There aren't any pictures from the preparation process, but the pig was brined for 2 days, rinsed, injected with bourbon and covered in sea salt and peppercorns. After seasoning the pig, I wrapped it in banana leaves and baling wire.
This is roughly 15 hours after we buried the pig. We could smell it when we woke up, so we started poking around and decided to dig it up.
Digging up the hot worth was a strange experience and the smell was outrageous.
|The idea to bury the bones and refuse worked to our|
|No mess and a sweet picture.|