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Discussion in 'Pork' started by ak1, Feb 24, 2012.
i am still here
That's really awesome! I love that roaster, did you make it? I also love the name. In my misspent youth, my friends dubbed my womanizing, mischievous alter ego "Oswald". I was a pretty shy and quiet guy, but occasionally after a few adult beverages "Oswald" would make an appearance. He had no qualms talking to any girl in the place and engaging in general bad behavior. He got me into a lot of trouble, but also a whole lot of fun.
Man that is looking good - looking forward to the finish on this one.
AK, It looks like Oswald is getting a good tan going on already. This is going to turn out good I can tell already!
Very nice spit roaster! Love it! Great start to the hog, too!
i like the look of your roaster (the pig looks great too),did you build it?
cant wait to see the finished hog.
Geez, Rich, I know I'm late, but can't ya move yer butt over just a bit and make a some room for me?
Here's Oswald 3 1/2 hrs into the cook.
Apologies to all for not answering questions yet, but I'm a bit busy. I will answer everyone later with all the details.
Great job nice roasting set up.Looking forward to some details about it when youget the time.
Looks cold and awesome all at the same time AK1.
Oswald is done!
Some beautiful color on that pig - looks like it is starting to fall off the bone too. Nice job
LOVE IT! Nice work.
I'm here for the show also. Please include some details on the cooker, very interesting.
Beautiful looking pig AK....................Ohhh look at that skin... Yummy... My favorite part
It looks like Oswald turned out great!
Great job AK1!! That hog looks fantastic! The color of that excellent, crispy, scrumtious, juicy looking skin really did it for me. Man I love that stuff. No apologies needed buddy, we really enjoyed the show. We'd like to here the details when you get time. Especially about that split roaster. That is definately cool. Outstanding pig roast.