Pig is big on the new gastropub's menu.
A limerick that pays tribute to the other white meat is declared the victor.
As the restaurant's regular staff vacationed, chef-owner Mike Stollenwerk enlisted a skeleton crew to prepare a roasted pig for the Southern style meal.
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Sam Adams hosts a barbecue pork-a-thon to support the Boston Public Market Association.
In city preoccupied with all things porcine, proclaiming the tastiest pork is a bold move.
The French chef's pop-up restaurant still sold at least one to basically every table.
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The mammoth pizza chain is going to purchased by Golden Gate Capital.
The sandwich spot celebrates its first year in business with free roast pork sandwiches.
Tim Goodell brought pork-fat ice cream, Lindy and Grundy held a butchering demo, and no belly left unstuffed.
Chefs from Jar, The Bazaar, Mozza, Palate, and Ford's will each compete by cooking a 175-pound heritage hog.
With his "slammers" Jordan Sauter hopes to unseat the mighty slider.
Spuds, suds, and hand-cured pork belly mark a supposed national holiday at Black Boar pub.
Plus: British airline EasyJet offers bacon and ham to passengers headed to Israel; and livestock farmers make a case for reviving the American bison, all in our morning news roundup.
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