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Wild Boar Shoulder?

John Z | Aug 20, 2005 11:24 PM

Among other strange goodies, the local Chinese supermarket (Hawaii Supermarket, San Gabriel, CA) has frozen "Wild Boar Shoulder." I believe it is boned. Packages are from about 5 to 8 pounds.

My general question is, how should I treat this differently from a normal pork shoulder?

A more specific question is using it to make chili. I've been honored with an invitation to a chili cooking contest. My inclination is to make something different. The Wild Boar may be the place to start. Any suggestions on how I would use it to make chili?

Other goodies available at Hawaii supermarket include Venison flank steak, armadillo (half of the darn thing cut nose to tail)and alligator.

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