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Scott's BBQ

Whole Hog

Jun 13, 2014 By Daniel Vaughn

During the nineteenth century public barbecues in Texas, you were likely to find a whole calf, goat, or lamb roasting for the crowd. But it was more likely that you’d find a whole hog. Hogs were prevalent in the eastern part of the state, which made them easier to come by,…