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Throw your back out carrying the bundled pig over to pit and lowering him onto the bed of leaves and coal and rocks. Cover the whole pig and pit with banana leaves a good double or triple layer…. go nuts. Cover that up with overlapping layers of the soaking wet burlap, cover it all and try and cover up any steam holes.

<p>I have a small catering business. Last week i was contacted by a man that wants me to do this with a 200lb. pig. He has 25 acres and is having big memorial weekend party with 200 people. I've never done it before, Culinary school graduate and know how to COOK!! Any tips, or things you learned when you do this that I should know? Any info would be greatly appreciated.</p><p>Thanks,</p><p>Jordan</p>
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Yay for Kalua Puua!! <br> <br>Thank you for your posting it was hilarious and yet... still very informative. Looks like we will have a great time for our event!!
yep, he's part of our christmas display, he comes out to most of our bigger parties through-out the year.
is that chef from south park
it's actually called kalua puua or kalua pig

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