Pig's Stomach or Hog Maw as some refer to it is actually a PA Dutch dish, My friend Bucky makes this dish for the holidays. She made these particular ones for Thanksgiving. I think that it's fun to learn about different cultures and their customs.
The cleaned and washed stomachs are filled with a stuffing made from smoked sausage, regular sausage, slightly boiled potatoes, sauteed onions and celery in butter and parsley. You can get stomachs from a butcher and it's basically a thin casing similar to a sausage casing with a thin layer of meat on it.
I've never tried it, but it sure does smell good when she brings the leftovers in for lunch. She doesn't eat the stomach herself (just the stuffing) but her Mum and brother eat all of it.
The stuffed stomachs are sewn up, browned and then baked in the oven until the skin is brown and crispy. Cooks actually has a few different versions of the recipe here
Have you ever heard of this? If so, please share. If not, would you try it?