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Feral Hogs on the Menu at Husk?

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Citizens of the subdivisions in West Ashley no longer need to fear the feral hogs destroying their homes. Vigilante charcuterie enthusiasts Sam Sifton and Sean Brock are on the problem. Sifton, the national news editor for the The New York Times, tweeted to Husk/McCrady's chef Brock that perhaps he had a solution to the runaway swine dilemma. While Brock's predilection for pork is well documented, he probably won't be running down your street anytime soon searching for his next source. Brock raises his own heritage breeds on Wadmalaw Island. However, if you did want to see the James Beard Award-winning chef catch a pig, there's a video of that.
· Feral Hogs in Charleston Subdivisions [P&C]
· How to Cook the Whole Darn Pig [Popular Mechanics]
· Heirloom Pork is All About the Breed [CP]
· How to Catch a Pig with Sean Brock [YouTube]


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