This is the time of year that people traditionally begin to gather in groups to celebrate. Whether it's for fall weddings, reunions, football games, pep rally's, turkey shoots, hunting trips, and many, many more; nothing feeds a hungry group of people quite like a bbq whole hog.
I'm certainly no expert on whole hog cooking, but I've definitely eaten my fair share of it cooked by a Tennesseean that knew all the in's and out's of doing it right.
The scald, the scrape, the cook, the pull, and the eat! If you set out to cook a whole hog, set aside about 24 hours for the entire process. It helps to have lots of extra hands and moral support available if you're a first timer.
A quick Google search yielded the following results:
Going Whole Hog
Tools for Whole Hog Cooking
The Lexington Collection
The Other White Meat
Copy Cat Recipes!