Its seventh heaven for pork lovers

The previous Pigs on Fire event has been an occasion to behold for pork lovers PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
The previous Pigs on Fire event has been an occasion to behold for pork lovers PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Pork lovers will once again be treated to paradise during this year’s edition of the Pigs on Fire event. The event, which is slated for May 25 at Riversands near Glen Valley will be another opportunity for the patrons to feast on bottomless meat prepared in different styles.

Event organiser, Kaelo Sabone, said this year’s edition is also meant to showcase new pork cooking methods to patrons besides being a moment of unlimited feast. “As the event grows, we have realised that people want to enjoy their meat and learn more about how it is cooked and if they can do some of the cooking with basic domestic equipment.

We will be showcasing some of those basic methods as well. But out of all, the patrons should expect a flowing supply of meat till 7pm bottomless closing time,” Sabone said. Sabone said the event is designed for two key reasons, which include changing the stereotypes and connotations about pork and growing the pig farming industry in Botswana.

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