"My parties always involve pig's ears," says Colin Fassnidge. "They're worth a try at least once in your life. They're a talking point and your party will be remembered. Embrace the pig, nose to tail."
Note At 4Fourteen, the pig's ears are pressed flat in a single layer on a tray lined with baking paper, topped with more baking paper and another tray, then refrigerated, weighted with food cans, overnight.
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