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   Family owned, naturally raised food. with lard.


Baillieul, Rachel Tayse. “Loving Lard-how to make and use rendered pork fat.” Harmonious, February 2013.

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

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

Wells, Pete. “Lard: The New Health Food?” Food & Wine, December 2005.

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