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Old 01-10-2012, 02:44 PM   #41
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squeals, actually. and we all know a pig's squeal is more like a scream than a whisper--more intense and demanding than say, the whisper of a coddled egg, or a milk soup....:)
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Well, now. True, perhaps, if the squeal is an indication of distress; but the oink (or grunt) would likely imply contentment, as in "This is some delicious slop we've got today." The altruistic pig would probably choose the oink.
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squeals, actually. and we all know a pig's squeal is more like a scream than a whisper--more intense and demanding than say, the whisper of a coddled egg, or a milk soup....:)
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I like to take a chunk and grate it on my box grater and make ham salad sandwiches.
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My favorite way to use leftover ham is to cube it and bake it in scalloped potatoes.
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