Pâté: Pork Liver Mousse Style.

This mousse style delicacy is handcrafted in our farm's butcher shop featuring only our pasture raised liver, local cream, eggs, brandy and delicate spices to round out the flavor.  Serve on a rustic cracker, thin crostini or crisp apple slice.  Also works great as the base for a tasty bahn mi sandwich!

**All from our farm group's pasture raised heritage hogs. Sustainable. Convenient. Delicious.**

Ingredients:  pork fat, pork liver, pork broth, heavy cream, egg yolks, garlic, parsley, madeira, salt, black pepper,  organic allspice, organic white pepper, organic corriander, celery powder


Rillettes: Ready to eat, rustic ham spread.

This ready to eat, traditional rustic spread is epic on an appetizer plate or perfect with a few chunks of cheese and fruit for a hearty lunch.

Smoky, rich in taste, every bit of this spread is surprising.  Handcrafted in small batches.

**All from our farm group's pasture raised heritage hogs. Sustainable. Convenient. Delicious.**


Bacon Jam

As good and sinful as it sounds!  

This savory spread is a serious delight on an appetizer platter or the perfect spread on a burger bun or warm panini sandwich.  The options are endless (and delicious!).

Ingredients: Uncured Bacon (Pork, Sea Salt, Organic Cane Sugar, Celery Powder), Onions, Water, Lard, Mustard (Distilled Vinegar, Water, Mustard Seed, Salt, Spices), Maple Syrup, Sea Salt.

the Piggery Story

The Piggery is a family-owned butcher shop featuring pork & house-made charcuterie from their Trumansburg, NY-based farm as well as pork from their farm partners. 

The Piggery is doing everything they can to create pork that is good for the people, good for the land and good for the pigs, with a focus on minimizing their carbon footprint. They raise heirloom breeds of pigs on pasture & woodland, supplemented with locally-raised GMO-free small grains (barley, wheat, triticale, peas).

Because The Piggery needs plenty of pork while still wanting to give their pigs lots of space to roam, they have partnered up with a few other local producers that also pasture their animals and stay away from antibiotics, hormones, confinement facilities, and G.M.O. feed.