Sunday, 14 June 2009

The Whole Hog

I don't know the history behind the phrase Going the Whole Hog but I'm quite happy to help eat the whole hog.

This hog made lots and lots of pork sandwiches which were served to all the guests in the evening at Suz and Phil's wedding (the one with the excloosive toilets).

If you actually want photos of the bride and groom rather than the food then Bryony has done a long post with lots of photos over on her blog.
15 June 2009 at 04:48 , Scriptor Senex said...

Shouldn't they have had a veggie 'pig' roasting as well? Now that would be a challenge.

How come you and Bryony go to a wedding and we get food on both blogs? Not without cause are you called Son-in-law-who-cooks. If Bryony hadn't already pinched the title it would be Son-in-law-who-loves-food.

15 June 2009 at 09:33 , Mark said...

I think part of the reason we both mentioned the food was that it was different to what we expected at a wedding.

You usually (and we did at our wedding) have a sit down hot meal not long after the service and then a buffet in the evening when there are more guests.

But they kind of switched things around with a high-tea in the afternoon and then hot sandwiches in the evening.

On the subject of a vegetarian option I really don't know what they did -- I certainly didn't go looking I was too busy eating roast pig!

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