Richard's Hog Head Cheese
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Q: I'm looking for a excellent Hog Head Cheese not too spicy! In other words not HOT. I'm a cancer patient who's mouth has been damaged to where I cannot handle for instance Frank's Red Hot. However I a ... I'm looking for a excellent Hog Head Cheese not too spicy! In other words not HOT. I'm a cancer patient who's mouth has been damaged to where I cannot handle for instance Frank's Red Hot. However I a really looking forward to to finding a great Headcheese. Can you please tell me what you think about my question? I look forward to hearing from you! Robert L Gilmore SR
A: Hello, Our most popular brand of Hoghead Cheese would be the Richard brand. It comes in hot and regular. I would recommend you trying the regular.
Richard's Original Hog Head Cheese
Hog head cheese made by Richards Cajun Foods is a great Cajun version of hog head cheese. The abundance of pork meat and Cajun seasoning melts in your mouth.
Based on Grandma Richard’s famous recipes, Richard's pours its passion for true Cajun flavor and ingredients into every authentically prepared, premium Cajun product they offer.
What is in hogs head cheese?
In southern Louisiana, hog's head cheese is a specialty that used to be a deli and butcher shop staple. A glistening block of quivering meat, this “cheese” is dairy-free, but emphatically not vegan. Made of boiled scraps of pig, the fat from the cooked meat provides a gelatinous binding.
What does hog head cheese taste like?
The texture of hog head cheese is very odd and gelatinous but the flavor, well the flavor is delicious. This is the good bologna, the spices remind me of spiced ham.
Is hog head cheese healthy?
The good: This food is a good source of Vitamin B12.
The bad: This food is high in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol, and very high in Sodium.
|Pork snouts, pork broth, pork, onions, celery, green pepper, salt, spice (paprika, pepper, red pepper), sodium diacetate, nisin, rosemary extract, parsley, monosodium glutamate, sodium nitrite
|Calories from fat
|Serving per container
|2 oz. (57g)