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Black Puddin’ on the Grill


Visited with Peter Whelan at his “Whole Hog” farm this afternoon, where he raises and sells the ancient and rare Irish Grazers pig (aka the Tamworth pig).
An artisan butcher, Peter is passionate about keeping the Irish traditions of butchering and meat products alive and available to his community. After the visit, we stopped into The Boyles Pub and lit up the beer garden grill and shared Peter’s generous gift of black and white puddings and the most delicious cold smoked rashers (BACON Irish style!!!)

3 comments on “Black Puddin’ on the Grill

  1. Petra Haynes
    November 19, 2012

    Wow, that looks yummy! And the Stout in the foreground looks just right!

  2. Bryan
    November 20, 2012

    Man! I’m ready to come on over. Pig is delicious the world over! And local irish artisan butcher sounds like hog heaven!

  3. Bill & Viv
    November 20, 2012

    Looks good to us!

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