‘Tis the season! The season for mulled wine, roasted turkey, decorations, Santa and suckling pig. For those of you who jump with joy at the mention of succulent meat and crackling skin, hit up these places to get your fix of the piglet this Christmas.

Jordan D’Souza, Borivali

Photo source: Alexis Lamster via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Photo source: Alexis Lamster via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Operating out of his home kitchen in Borivali, Jordan D’Souza has been doing Christmas delicacies for the past 20 years. They have stuffed and unstuffed suckling pig on sale. With each suckling measuring no less than six kilos, a stuffed roast can go up to eight kilos and can serve up to 15 people.

You can choose from a blend of beef, pork and chicken {any or all three} for stuffing along with raisins, dryfruits, cold cuts or shredded shredded and spares. They do a traditional roast with plum and cranberry but will also do a spicy roast with black bean if traditional is too sweet for you. Their unstuffed suckling is for INR 1,250 per kg. Their suckling will come with a complimentary roast gravy. You can also choose from sides such as mashed potatoes, sauteed veggies, exotic salad, pulao and garlic bread. You can call him on +919819913114.

Farm Products, Colaba

Photo source: Bernt Rostad via Flickr

Photo source: Bernt Rostad via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Baked with yummy stuffing inside, Farm Products in Colaba sell it according to the weight of the pig. They also do cooked stuffed turkey, stuffed chicken, sorpotel, vindaloo and ox tongue, if you’re daring.

They haven’t set a price yet, and will disclose them when you order – it will be by the kilo.

A Saluti, Bandra

Photo: Aman Deshmukh/LBB

Photo: Aman Deshmukh/LBB

They can get you an uncooked suckling on order. Call them for exotic meats and if you’re cooking it yourself, do check out their sauces and other ingredients. They don’t have it in-house, and will order it specially if you request them for it. The cost is INR 1,600 for a kilo.

Featured photo source: Alexis Lamster via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)