Turn out the brawn from the jar and add it to a picnic box, a ploughperson's plate, a salad or spread it on croutons or crackers. So good.
Puns aside, brawn is no-brainer for the whole animal butcher and the eater intent on respecting the life given up by eating the whole animal and not wasting a skerrick. It's also one of the most delicious things you can eat, particularly when it's made from the heads of healthy, chemical-free pigs, pasture-raised on regeneratively-managed NSW farms.
The head is brined for a few days then boiled with aromatics and spices and the meat and vegetables are set in the delicious, gelatinous stock.
140 gm jar.
Ingredients: pastured pig's head, carrot, celery, onion, garlic, parsley, bay leaf, star anise, Xiang Yang vinegar.