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In Germany, suckling pig is seared in a hot oven and then roated in moderate heat. To do this, preheat oven to 450 degrees and after 20 minutes, reduce heat to 350 degree. Nevertheless I have found that pigs brown more evenly and shrink less is roasted at even, moderate temperature throughout. To do this, preheat oven to 350 and roast, following instructions below. Allow 25 to 30 minutes per poun for roasting. The meat should be white, without any pink in the juices. Have the pig eviscerated and cleaned by your butcher. Wash it well under running cold water an pat off excess moisture with paper towel. If you do this a day or hours ahead and pig has dried, wipe with damp cloth before seasoning so moisture holds the spices onto skin. Rub inside of pig with salt, marjoram and caraway seeds. Since this pig will not be stuffed, it will siink in slightly as it roasts, so stuff body cavity firmly with crumpled alminum foil or clean white wrapping paper. This is only necessary for appearance of pig when served. The opening along bottom of pig does not have tp be trussed closed. Tie front legs forward so feet come under the head. To tie back legs forward, bring them around under body on each side. Tie securely with kitchen string so they remain in place duri8ng roasting. Rub outside o pig with salt, marjoram and caraway seeds. Cover ears and tail with greased brown paper or double thicknesses of aluminum foil to keep from burning. Prop the mouth open with a block of wood or raw potato, so that you will be able to stuff if with an apple or lemon later. Pierce skin all over with a sharp-pronged fork, a larding needle or skewer, so fat will drain off. File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/mmkah001.zip
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