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Hog Soup: 1936

Hog Soup: 1936

October 1936. "Cooking hog soup. Garrett County, Maryland." Photo by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

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Ewww!

My guess is he might be using the entrails & making chitterlings (chitlins) soup/stew and believe me you don't want him cooking that stuff inside!

AKA Boar Soup

Googling you can find recipes for wild Boar soup.

Huh?

I've got to confess that I'm wondering what kind of food made out of the pig would be better made in the middle of the field on a snowy day. Maybe he's rendering lard? Otherwise, I'd have thought that most good things would be better done in the kitchen that time of year!

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