A Pork Story


November 20, 2012 by Emily Pergament

An urban grocery store. No more than 5,000 square feet. Still, I am precise in my tastes. I am a man who knows what he wants.

A thought enters my mind. Nay, a taste. A specific taste.


But not just any pork. Pork with a refined taste. A taste that lingers. A taste that only can be described as…



How do you like your pork?



2 thoughts on “A Pork Story

  1. Richard Turek says:

    Like Rachel Maddow, I prefer that my pork lean forward. But who can argue with the bold stance taken by this nearly full-pound bundle of joy? Give it your all dear pork – go on and lean juicy. Lean juicy indeed.

  2. Claire says:

    Personally, when I see “appetizing” on my pork, it makes me feel like it’s coming on a little too strong. Let ME be the one to make that judgment.


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