Hog Roast Monmouth
The UK is full of quite fascinating and truly historic architecture. Travel from town to city to village in all parts of the nation and you will find some real gems. The market town of Monmouth is no exception for there is something really rather special here. It’s a Medieval stone gated bridge and, apparently it’s the last of its type in Britain. Let us hope that this fabulous construction remains for a few more hundred years.
The Medieval period has left us with many other fantastic examples of architecture in other regions of the UK, of course it also left us with some wonderful culinary creations, one of which is our own favourite, the hog roast. Monmouth and its rich history would have been host to many a Monmouth hog roast in its time, in fact the town probably saw many an important visitor pass through during the many historic upheavals in which the town figured and hog roast may well have helped feed some of these well known characters.
A Medieval hog roast Monmouth event may have been a gloriously over the top affair for its day but times changed and hog roast became a less frequent feast. Over the years, important events tended to rely more on other solutions when it came to food, with options becoming less appealing and decidedly more boring.