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Luau Pig


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Luau pig is a bit labor
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intensive, but outstanding!!! Round up some large male friends and neighbors. Tell them to bring shovels. You go and buy
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about 6 cases of beer and some ice to keep it cold. (About a half a case per male friend
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or neighbor with shovel - no shovel, no beer). Prior to getting your friends and neighbors together, look around
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and find a source for very old, round river rocks, that have not
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been in or around water in a long, long, geologic time. What you're trying to find is good
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cooking rocks, that won't explode when you heat them. You'll need about 15 to 30 the size of your head,
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depending on the size of the pig. Wood, a big hunk of chicken wire fencing to
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go around and lift the pig, small spool of stainless steel wire, lots of burlap bags, and banana
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leaves if you can find them. (leaves of "Elephant Ear" plants will also
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work, as these are a form of upland Taro) You'll also need one
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or two pieces of sheet metal big enough to cover the pit completely, and two pieces of plywood
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to go over the sheet metal. Heavy gloves for everyone. Once you've got the rocks, the

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neighbors, the beer, the small to medium pig, and a big pickup
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load supply of hardwood, (preferably mesquite, but any good cooking hardwood or fruitwood will do.), assemble your friends and
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neighbors with shovels in your backyard and dig a hole. About 4 or 5 feet deep, and about 10 to
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12 inches bigger than the pig all around. Drink beer about 3 times during the digging
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if its a hot day. Now, at about 3pm, build a medium size fire in the bottom of
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the pit. When its burning well, put in a bunch of your rocks around the fire,
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then start sliding pieces of your hardwood vertically into the bottom of the pit, all around
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the sides of the pit. Get it?? Keep loading in wood, fairly fast, as it burns to coals, until you
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have a bed of red-hot coals about 1 to 1.5 feet deep. Meanwhile, some of your other friends
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and neighbors have cleaned up the pig, (it has been gutted, right??), it is laying
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on layers of: 1) wet burlap, 2) banana leaves, 3) wet burlap, 4) chicken wire, 5) pig, on its
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back, legs in the air. Season the pig with about a cup of
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rock salt, and black pepper. Next step is to fish 3, 4, or 5 hot rocks, (whatever
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will fit), out of the fire pit, and place inside the stomach cavity of the
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pig. (before putting in the rocks, punch some holes in the belly
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skin, on both sides so you can wire the belly skin together
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over the rocks.) Working quickly now, fish the rest of the rocks
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out of the fire pit, make a shallow depression in the coals
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with shovels or garden rakes, heaping some of the coals up the sides of the pit; wrap the chicken
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wire, burlap, leaves and all around the pig, wrap and hold with wire. Leave the two edges
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of the chicken wire sticking up out of the burlap and leaves on top. These will be the

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handles you use to lower and raise the pig into and out of the pit. It should now
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be late afternoon, early evening. Lower the pig into the bed of coals. Place the hot
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rocks around and pile on top of the pig. Rake coals over the sides. (The
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plywood is there to supply strength for the next step. If your sheet
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metal is fairly thick and heavy, {strong}, you can forget the plywood.) Now shovel dirt from the
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hole all around the pit to seal the edges of the sheet metal, shovel about a half inch
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of dirt or more on top of the sheet metal for insulation. Drink more beer. All but
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3 or 4 of your friends can go home now. Get out some
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lawn chairs, set up a table, bring the TV out to the backyard, layout a couple sleeping bags,

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and take turns making sure nothing catches fire, (the plywood), and not too much smoke and
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heat escapes. Depending on the size of the pig, anytime from about 10am next

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morning and 2pm next afternoon, have all your friends, and their families show up with their part
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of the potluck. Drinks, potato salad, poi if you like that sort of thing, fish dishes, Jell-O and dessert.
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Carefully rake away and sweep away the dirt from the top of the pit. Remove the plywood
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and sheet metal. With rakes or shovels, gently pull away the coals and hot rocks from around the pig.
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With rakes, or hooks made out of rebar, about four guys grab both
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sides of the chicken wire and carefully heave the pig out of the pit. A wooden table is best
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at this point, and lots 'n lots of pots, bowls, and large containers; plus
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a garbage can to discard the bones. Open the chicken wire and
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pull away from the pig. (It is traditional in Hawaii that the guys who have done the hot,
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heavy work of cooking this pig, gets first choice of the crackly skin and meat that clings
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to the chicken wire. Using big cooking forks and the biggest knives in your
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arsenal, carve and rake the meat from the bones and put into
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the pots, bowls and containers. (The meat should be so tender at this point, that it nearly
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falls from the bone.) During the carving, someone should take *all* the rocks out of
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the pit and then be watering and putting out the fire that remains. (The
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rocks will shatter and explode if you water *them*). The rocks need to be taken out of the
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pit and set aside safely so no one gets burnt on them, and
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saved for the next luau. Even watering the pit, the hole will be quite
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hot, so a couple guys should start filling it in with the dirt they took out yesterday! You've
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worked hard. Drink more beer. Eat. Life is good!!!! Preparation Time: 0:00
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