→ Lower Nazareth Township woman’s stuffed pig stomach on Cooking Channel – themorningcall.com
When presented with the idea of eating a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch dish made with a stuffed pig’s stomach most people instinctively recoil in horror. How could someone eat such a thing? Having grown up in York County, I was aware from a very young age that people ate stuffed pig’s stomach willingly. Making things worse, the dish is known locally as ‘hogmaw’, a term which, in my mind, brings forth a vision of feral swine, jowls dripping as it rummages along the buggy shores of the Susquehanna. To this day I have never sampled the dish.
However, I’m now open to the idea due to William Woys Weaver’s most excellent book: As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine, wherein he renders the dish infinitely more palatable by calling it what it really is — sausage. I love sausage. Perhaps I could love hogmaw too.
The episode of ‘My Granmother’s Ravioli’ featuring “writer, actor, satirist and food person” Mo Rocco making stuffed pigs stomach, along with other traditional Pennsylvania Dutch staples with Bonnie and Barry Boyer of Nazareth will air on Wednesday, August 6th on The Cooking Channel. In the meantime you can watch the web-only clip below where Bonnie shares some foodlore.
→ Festive post-pub noshtastic neckfiller: HEARTY HOG MAW - The Register
Hogmaw is a dish with ancient origins in southwest Germany and Alsace that was brought over with the 18th century German immigrants ...
Here's a longer clip taken from the 'Dwight Christmas' episode with Schrute's version of Belsnickel handing out gifts while passing judgement on his coworkers. Impish or admirable?
"Cheer or fear Belsnickel is ...
→ Religious groups call for an end to 'Amish Mafia' | PennLive.com
→ Pennsylvania Dutch goes gourmet with classy makeovers by high-end chefs - Morning Call
The "New Pennsylvania DutchCuisine" is on the rise, taking authentic traditional PA Dutch classics and updating them:
Shoofly pie ...
You can also view this episode by following this link.
→ "The Amish" on American Experience airs Tuesday, January 28th at 7 pm | KENW.
“Highland House” overlooking Children’s Lake in Boiling Springs has played many roles in its 200-plus year history.It has been the estate of iron barons, a focal point of community life, ...
There’s a saying that everything but the squeal was used in the early days of pig butchering.
And there is some truth to that, as frugal and careful butchers kept not ...
How to make Hogmaw (G’fillte Seimawe)
VIDEO | Dwight Schrute as Belsnickel in The Office
Religious groups call for an end to ‘Amish Mafia’
Pennsylvania Dutch goes gourmet with classy makeovers by high-end chefs
VIDEO | ‘Please Pass The Pig’s Stomach’ Episode of My Grandmother’s Ravioli
“The Amish” on American Experience airs Tuesday, January 28th at 7 pm
Highland House: Boiling Springs mansion played many roles
Hog maw: Waste not, want not