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Redbones Pig Fest

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I went to the Redbones pig fest last night and had one of the best meals I've had there in a long time. Robert was carving up the pigs out on the street. $25 (which went to charity) got you all you could eat plus one drink. The pulled pork was delicious, the sliced pork was unbelievable but ran out quickly, even the mac n cheese was delicious.

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  1. Missed it last night but been to many of their past pig pickin's, and it's always a stone groove. Nitpickers can find specifics to worry over, but as a charity event that's a fairly cheap night, overall it's great food, music, vibe.

    1. I enjoyed the event too, and am glad to raise money for the Somerville Homeless Coalition.

      I really liked my pork skin - but had never seen it before (and had wondered why). Does one scrape the meat off the skin to eat, or chew on bites of skin for minutes at a time (as I did, and enjoyed, but felt a little Fletcheristic while doing)?

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      1. re: enhF94

        In NC, we chop up the skin with the meat and call it "cracklin". DELICIOUS!