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Singlespeed & Fixed Gear "I still feel that variable gears are only for people over forty-five. Isn't it better to triumph by the strength of your muscles than by the artifice of a derailer? We are getting soft...As for me, give me a fixed gear!"-- Henri Desgrange (31 January 1865 - 16 August 1940)

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Old 06-01-09, 10:44 AM   #1
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Porcine Pedaler1.0 Fixed gear BBQ spit

Anything worth consuming is worth sweating for.

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Fixed gear 52cm hand polished aluminum Raleigh Bar-B-Que spit mechanism. 41 x 200 gearing for a 0.4 ratio. 8' chain. Spit spins on 700c forks.

16# suckling pig. Deboned and stuffed with cashews, carambola (starfruit) and tropical spices (nutmeg, mace, allspice, star anise). Basted with fresh coconut water and rosemary. Cashew and tamarind satay sauce. Labor Day 2.0 version will focus on stability and a stronger spit-rod, something which slightly compromised the beta version.









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Old 06-01-09, 10:46 AM   #2
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Insert vegan rage in 5.4.3.2.....
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looks scrumpdidlyumptious.

Did you debone it yourself?
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Shoulda stuffed it with bacon.
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Old 06-01-09, 10:49 AM   #5
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Old 06-01-09, 11:01 AM   #6
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Did you debone it yourself?
Yep. Built a few bikes too.



Done a few things with those creatures.




Stuffed with cherries and pistachios. Red Bull is not mine.


Shoulder stuffed with pickled apples.


Suckling ham in aspic with carrots, leeks and truffle.
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reminds me of when i was in high school and we had to dissect a pig fetus in biology
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I'm not even vegan or vegatarian and that **** grosses me out.
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Old 06-01-09, 11:43 AM   #9
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that is one of those most labor intensive meals i've ever seen.
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You are amazing.
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Red Bull is not mine.
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The food looks amazing!
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Are those clipless pedals? (Shimano M324's or similar) If not, that setup is totally jackass without brakes or foot retention.

J/K, very cool.
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Freakin' awesome. My uncle has an actual pig cooker that we use for our pig roasts, but your idea is much more unique! A few friends and I are planning a pig roast at some point this summer (probably won't happen). I noted a few of your ideas to try out though. Looks delicious.
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Old 06-01-09, 01:19 PM   #15
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Best post I've seen on here in a long time.
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pretty ingenious. bravo. what's in the pig? a starfruit?
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pretty ingenious. bravo. what's in the pig? a starfruit?
He only mentions it in the first post.
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I'm not even vegan or vegatarian and that **** grosses me out.
Why?
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As a big fan cooking and meat in general, I'm very impressed. I'm also surprised at the positive responses on a forum that has debates on if a Brooks saddle is murder or not.
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Most people these days don't like seeing where their food comes from let alone that food still having a face while eating it. Blame Charlotte's Web.
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I'm with you.
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I have a 12 year old potbellied pig sleeping at my feet as i write this.
I feel like I am going to throw up.



For me, seeing those photos is like seeing a child all cut up.
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Most people these days don't like seeing where their food comes from let alone that food still having a face while eating it. Blame Charlotte's Web.
if you think a cleaned, refrigerated and tied pig on a counter top comes remotely close to "seeing where their food comes from", you are grossly misinformed.
try spending an afternoon with that pig a day or two prior to its slaughter.
if more people did, the livestock industry wouldn't be run by the mega-corporations they are today, mainly because not nearly as many people would touch meat (let alone consume it) as they did today. That, or reform of the slaughter industry would be a huge political priority to mainstream voters and would prevent the ethical disregard that farms and slaughterhouses employ as standard protocol from allowing them to be as profitable as they are today.
simply stated, your average american would never stand for the abuse livestock endures on a daily basis if they witnessed it firsthand.
charlotte's web would be light years of improvement in comparison.

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I have a 12 year old potbellied pig sleeping at my feet as i write this.
I feel like I am going to throw up.



For me, seeing those photos is like seeing a child all cut up.
i guess i can understand this

but i mean i love my dog like no other and don't mind when people post pics of dog jerkey or whatever. hell, if offered the chance i'd eat dog.


though i dunno if i'm feeling the starfruit in pork. OP does some strange flavor combos...
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i guess i can understand this

but i mean i love my dog like no other and don't mind when people post pics of dog jerkey or whatever. hell, if offered the chance i'd eat dog. though i dunno if i'm feeling the starfruit in pork. OP does some strange flavor combos...
Wow. I really feel like an alien.
You would eat dog if someone...? ....forget it. I just dont understand.
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