Dutch Suckling Pig
A suckling pig is a pig that is between two and six weeks old when it is slaughtered. In that period it is still nursed by his or her mother, hence the name.
The suckling pig is usually prepared in its entirety and often serves as a main course and eye-catcher at parties and parties. The meat of a suckling pig is softer, tender and whiter than that of an adult pig. This is due to the high content of collagen. Because the skin is still young, the rind becomes crispy during preparation.