Ingredients

How to make it

  • Place the pigs head in a large pot and cover with water.
  • Add Spices
  • Boil until the meat and flesh falls off the bone.
  • Remove the bones and grind the meat , medium grind
  • Replace the meat and boil until thick, the natural fats and gelletin will thicken the mixture.
  • Pour into shallow containers maybe 2 or three inches deep.
  • Put into refrigerator and let set.
  • Slice and put into sandwiches or eat plain.

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    " It was excellent "
    windy1950 ate it and said...
    My Mom's family raised hogs when she was growing up, and her older sister always made hogs head cheese and pork mincemeat for pies when they butchered one of the animals, and her dad always made the best sausage. My mouth waters just thinking about it.

    Thanks for posting, and ^5
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  • familychef 4 years ago
    I can't wait to try this recipe. My aunt made this for us one year when she came to visit from New Brunswick. It was divine. We had great fun inviting all the neighbourhood kids over to see the pig's head in the freezer.
    What kinds of spices would you recommend? Thanks so much for posting this recipe.
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    Another great recipe help make this when I was a youngster it was a family thing every one helped. thanks for the memories
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  • ma7shnd2003 6 years ago
    I like this recipe sounds like my dads but with andything but salt and pepper.
    Thank you
    Mark
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  • debbie919 6 years ago
    Goodness...never thought about making head cheese from scratch...love the stuff tho! Thanks, very interesting idea!
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