Hog Roast Crewe
Crewe is a bustling market town with railway links all over the country so it can get very busy indeed. On the 4th of July Crewe celebrated its 175th year as a town which has grown up from the railway station which was first placed there. It’s also a great place to be a hog roaster. Here at hog roast Crewe we’ve been kept very busy: the disappointing weather hasn’t dampened the spirits of the good Cheshire people.
We had an especially nice day when we packed our hog roast oven in our van and set of to Queen’s Park. It takes around six hours to fully roast a pig to the kind of mouth watering perfection that we are renowned for, so we were up pretty early in order to arrive in time to set up the hog roast Crewe oven and get on with the serious business of hog roasting. The weather so early hadn’t looked too promising with lots of grey cloud, but by mid morning the light breeze had cleared the clouds and the sun continued to shine for the rest of the day. With the weather being so unpredictable, people were rushing down to the park to enjoy the sunshine while it lasted and we were there ready and waiting with delicious cuts of hog roasted pork in soft floury buns to cure them of their hunger pains. We also make simply the best apple sauce and stuffing, so we were more than happy to drizzle the sauce over the meat for those who couldn’t resist it. The crackling went down a treat too. One of the really great things about a hog roast is the way you can make the perfect crackling. It’s colour and texture always turn out just right and from the many, many requests we got for it, everyone else agrees with us!