'But what about the rest of the pig?' I hear you ask. Good thought, I answer... and here it is. From the inside - bones & offal, to the very outside, as in spit roasting a pig, this is where you find out what to do with the other yummy parts of your pig...
Pork bones make a wonderful stock, simply bring to the boil for 5 minutes, drain to remove scum, return to the pot with your desired seasonings and simmer for 3 hours or until meat falls from the bones. Drain and freeze into conveniently sized containers. Simple, and adds a delicious boost to any meal.
For a fresh Summer meal, or a warm vitamin shot mid winter, prepare some Pho broth, then freeze it. Next time you need a quick and easy dinner, simply heat, and eat!
There doesn't seem to be any in between, with Offal, either you do, or you don't. For those who do, or those who haven't tried it yet, these recipes are 'offal-ly' good....
Spit roasting a pig can seem like a big job, but once you organise the basics, the end result is well worth the wait. If you need some pointers, this is the place to find them...