Anyone know a source of suckling pig? (Ideally in Cambridge/Arlington, but could go further for pig). We're planning a pig roast for May, and want to buy a young or suckling pig to roast.
You might try Brambly Farms.http://www.bramblyfarms.com
Savenors gets whole pigs (free range, grass fed I think) for Posto's pig roasts--they could probably get you one.
pigs are not herbivores and do not eat grass.
You might want to fact check that one.
Pigs do eat grass, but a grass fed pig would be horribly unnatural. Wild pigs are omnivores.
Pigs are omnivores who are often pasture raised in humane environments. They eat leaves, grass, roots, fruits, actually just about anything. They forage. However, they are not at all like grass-fed cows, who eat only grass.
they're omnivores and while they do forage in pastures, they are NOT grass-fed. sorry if i phrased that badly.
This brings to mind a very graphic movie scene with Anthony Hopkins.
I won't post the link.
For those inclined, google "pig eating man movie."
Warning.. R rated for violence
MF Dulock in Somerville can likely get you a suckling pig
We ordered one from McKinnon's meats in Davis sq. a few years ago. It was a bit on a larger side, maybe 15 to 20 pounds. But was extremely yummy, I would call them.
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