Friday, July 1, 2011

Cochon de Lait

This is pretty slick, maybe a little too much so. But It's also a pretty good look at something you may have never seen before.





To Live and Die in Avoyelles Parish from UM Media Documentary Projects on Vimeo.

5 comments:

big T said...

this is a cocoon de lait, you would also love la boucherie. Thats the large pig harvest.

Tags said...

If I could figure out a way to collect on this bet, I'd wager that the souls of the dispatched piglets hang around and wait for the joviality and high spirits that accompany the funeral rites of their reunited brothers and sisters.

BTW, remind me to never let anybody see me drink milk in Avoyelles Parish.

Bob del Grosso said...

Tags, Ever the metaphysician ;-)

Leah the Nosher said...

I needed to see that. Folks that can't see their meat as once alive have no business eating it. Thanks for this.

Annapet Santos said...

Always good to see other way it's done. We roast suckling pic (lechon de leche) whole in the Philippines/Spain.

Thanks for sharing!