Chefs and Restaurants

It's Time to Make Room for Invasive Wild Pigs on Your Menu

Jesse Griffiths

When you see them for the first time, it’s apparent that the deep scars in the soft ground aren’t the work of armadillos—only feral hogs can excavate with such tenacity. The deep holes they bore into the woods, golf courses, and agricultural fields across much of this country aren’t ankle twisters; they’re sometimes so deep they could turn your knee.

A feral hog’s long snout and impressive jaws are specifically designed...