Wild Boar Pigout

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This past Saturday, was our Wild Boar Pigout Party…a small gathering of devoted fans coming together to eat, drink and be merry. And, boy did we sure have fun! Wine club members came from as far away as Florida, Virginia and Arizona to dine on succulent roast pig and southern style side dishes. We had a taste off of sorts to see which pig was preferred, the wild one that The Husband had hunted down earlier this year or the domestic cousin purchased at the local meat market. While no consensus was achieved, it was wholeheartedly agreed that both paired particularly well with an abundance of Zinfandels! Nobody seemed to notice the havoc our newest family member has created around here (our 10 week old yellow lab named Holly) and a good time was had by all.

Who says wine dinners need to be stuffy and boring?! Not I, said the pig.

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VSC_Girl Author Profile Page said:
July 25, 2008 9:19 AM

What a great event! I had so much fun even though I was working!

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