Definition of Suckling pig
1. Noun. Whole young pig suitable for roasting.
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Literary usage of Suckling pig
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1. Good Things to Eat, as Suggested by Rufus: A Collection of Practical Recipes by Rufus Estes (1911)
"STUFFING FOR A suckling pig AND 'POSSUM— Put two tablespoonfuls of finely chopped onions into a saucepan with one teaspoon of oil. ..."
2. The Practical Hotel Steward by John Tellman (1913)
"... Yorkshire pudding Thanksgiving turkey, chestnut dressing, Cranberry sauce Snowdrift potatoes Roast suckling pig, Southern style Roast haunch of venison, ..."
3. European and American Cuisine by Mrs. Gesine Knubel Lemcke, Gesine Lemcke (1914)
"suckling pig with Apple Dressing.—Season the inside of a well-cleaned suckling pig with 1 even tablespoonful salt, let stand 1 hour; then fill with apple ..."
4. The Table: How to Buy Food, how to Cook It, and how to Serve it by Alexander Filippini (1889)
"Thoroughly clean the interior of a small, tender, suckling pig (reserving the liver); drain it well. Season the interior with two pinches of salt, ..."
5. The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book by Victor Hirtzler (1919)
"Add turkey, chicken or suckling pig livers cut in very small squares. Then add fresh bread crumbs, ... If for suckling pig add some sage. Chestnut dressing. ..."
6. Reprints of Papers from the Department of Anatomy of the University of by California University. Dept. of anatomy (1908)
"After birth cells of the seal-ring type are less numerous than in the pig foetus. Fig. 4, c, shows one as found in the suckling pig of two weeks. ..."