The wild boaris the wild ancestor of most domestic pigs.
To continue with more festive dishes, here is a a picture of a piece of smoked ham that has been boiled prior to consumption.
Cabbage rolls, often stuffed with meat and other ingredients are probably among the most common food items in the world.
The Mangalitsa — also spelled Mangalitza (UK), and Mangalica (Hungarian) — is a breed of Hungarian domestic pig that was originally produced by crossing the domestic pig with the local wild boar. Mangalitsas are interesting looking woolly pigs — somewhat … Continue reading
Hungarian sausages are typically spicy and fatty. The fresh ones are eaten fried and they sort of resemble Italian sausages, but with a lot stronger flavour.
Most North Americans only eat bacon fried on a griddle or in a pan or on the BBQ. But bacon can be eaten in many ways, e.g. just smoked and dried (kind of like how one eats salami) and for … Continue reading
First of all: Happy New Year, everyone. New Year’s Day is a special celebration in most cultures where great significance is given to everything that we eat. It is quite common to attribute an almost magical power to ordinary food … Continue reading
Unlike the biscuits with pork cracklings that I have shown earlier these were made by someone who actually knows how to bake good biscuits. I just wanted to show how they really supposed to look like.
Really just my Christmas dinner.
Schnitzel — a tenderized, breaded deep fried slice of meat — is one of the most common meat dishes around the world.
A bit lean for my taste but after 5 hours in the oven it was sure melt in your mouth tender.
Today is Wednesday, so it is all you can ribs night in my local Montana’s.
Pork cracklings or pork rinds are fried pig skin and pig fat. They have a wonderful smell when they are fresh.
Another picture of a piece of Schmalzbrot this time it is lard spread on a piece of bread, then garnished with spring onions, salt and chilly powder.