Resource List: Pastured Pork and Loving Lard

Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast Present
Pastured Pork and Loving Lard With Peter Burrows of Brown Boar Farm
May 21, 2015

Books in the Old Colony Library Network

Estabrook, Barry. Pig Tales: An Omnivore’s Quest for Sustainable Meat. 2015.

Essig, Mark. Lesser beasts: a snout-to-tail history of the humble pig. 2015.

Editors of Grit Magazine. Lard: the lost art of cooking with your grandmother’s secret ingredient. 2012.

Rea, Tom. How To Roast A Pig: from oven-roasted tenderloin to slow roasted pulled-pork shoulder to the spit roasted whole hog. 2013.

Summers, Libbie. The Whole Hog Cookbook. 2011.

Kaminsky, Peter. Pig Perfect: encounters with remarkable swine and some great ways to cook them. 2005.

Aidells, Bruce. Bruce Aidells’s Complete Book of Pork. 2004.

Websites

brownboarfarm.com   Family owned, naturally raised food.

motherearthnews.com/Cooking with lard.

Articles

Baillieul, Rachel Tayse. “Loving Lard-how to make and use rendered pork fat.” Harmonious Homestead.com, February 2013. harmonioushomestead.com/2013/02/24/loving-lard/

Shute, Nancy. “Lard is back in the larder-but hold the health claims.” NPR: The Salt, May 2, 2012. tinyurl.com/mg5khux

Thomson, Julie R. “10 reasons You Should Be Cooking with Lard.” Huffington Post, April 28, 2014. tinyurl.com/kmuowsz

Wells, Pete. “Lard: The New Health Food?” Food & Wine, December 2005. foodandwine.com/articles/lard-the-new-health-food

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