MeatPig Pairing

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Laurel

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I'd say something nice and hoppy to cut the grease. Maybe and ESB or American Red?
 

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Probably a doctor on standby while you eat the thing.

I'll agree with Laurel's suggestion.
 

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I would have a basic Pale ALe on hand for my guests who will need somethign to quaff with all that salt; and probably a stout, like an export stout, something with some raisin and complexity to go with for the real trenchermen at the table.

And water, pitchers and pitchers of water.

Looks good, I have a cousing graduating college next month...
 

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I like the DIY sausage aspect of that.

You could buy beef and lamb and make the sausage out of those meats and then you have a...


"belamork"

Say it with a slight French accent and confuse your friends and enemies.



:D
 

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I suddenly feel so much better about making 10lb of sausage this weekend.
 
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