Swabian Hall suckling pig

Swabian Hall suckling pig

Simon Kaiser from the restaurant "Das Esszimmer" in in the southern German state of Baden-Wurttemberg is promoting the comeback of an old breed of pig for gourmets, the Swabian Hall swine.
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