Bloomfield, MI (PRWEB) September 5, 2008
Doug Schellig (http://www.pigroastrecipe.com) decided he could use his knowledge and help everyone learn how to throw a pig roast. Doug notes that many people find the idea of a pig roast charming, but they do not know how to go about the process.
The instruction helps their customers from the beginning to the end of the roast. From the selection of the pig, to picking out the proper equipment and seasonings, the document guides their customers through the process.
They are able to help their customers procure inexpensive items to prepare the pig. They help their customers avoid spending money on costly professional roasters.
Pig Roast Recipe also provides recipes for barbeque sauce and drinks of both the alcoholic and non alcoholic variety. They offer recipes that are not common in order to make the event more exciting.
They are also involved in the development of a barbeque sauce that is prepared without the use of high fructose corn syrup. They state that their customers will find the same great taste that they expect in barbeque sauce, but it will be much healthier.
Thus far, the company's instructions have been a hit with users. One satisfied customer stated, "We had a neighborhood block party and I was asked to roast a pig. Staying with a pig that was not too large but making sure there was plenty of food made a very successful party."
Doug echoed the first customer's thoughts. "My son, who is a classically trained chef and owner of 'Aunt Olive's Good Food 2 Go', was asked to do a pig roast for a tailgate party for the University of Michigan. He cooked the pig the night before on my roaster, took the roaster to the site of the tailgate party, heated up the pig and served both the pig and pulled pork for sandwiches. All was consumed and everyone had a great time."
For more information, visit them online at http://www.pigroastrecipe.com.
About Pig Roast Recipe:
Pig Roast Recipe was written by Doug and Sue Ann Schellig. The instruction set was created in order to provide a unique way for people to have fun. Doug Schellig had been a successful businessman for years before the pig roast instruction was created, and was also involved in a musical trio in Europe in the 1960s called The Castlegate Trio. He currently invoices through his commercial real estate company, Pleasantville Properties, LLC.
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Name: W. Douglas Schellig
Address: 2753 Aldgate Drive
City: Bloomfield Hills
Country: United States