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Saturday, November 1, 2008

BACON DAY

This is the way “Bacon, Sausage & Scapple Making Day” day is described on the Howell Farm website:

If you work all week to bring home the bacon, sausage and scrapple, but don't really know from whence they come, visit Howell Farm on Saturday, November 3. You will see these and other pork products made before your eyes.

Farmers will work from 10:00am until 3:00pm rendering lard, making pork products and showing visitors the origins of different cuts of pork. Cracklins' and other delicacies will be free for the asking, and pork sandwiches will be available for sale.


And here are some breaking photos of the event:





3 comments:

Daniel borgmann said...

Nice, although I dont know if I always want to know exactly how my food is made.

Dani said...

That first pic of a side of hog is surprisingly non-disgusting. It looks like plastic!

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