Many couples celebrate their wedding day by organising a hog roast dinner, and this is a popular meal, especially during the spring and summer months.
A quality hog roast will often be served with rolls, seasoned vegetables and apple sauce, while the hog itself will guarantee platters and platters of succulent pork that only tastes better as the night goes on. A hog roast is a little bit different, and it’s still seen as a medieval kind of dinner, and it’s ideal if you’re planning a country theme rather than sophisticated wedding or event dinner.
It’s similar to a barbecue, but there’s something a little more special, eye-catching and quirky. Not every caterer can provide a hog roast, and it’s very much a specialist area, but there are many professionals to choose between, yet the most important aspect to consider is the quality of the meat.