"Hog maw" refers to a pig's stomach. It is a staple dish in traditional African-American cuisine, commonly known as "soul food."
Hog maw is a prominent fare in the southern regions of the United States. One way of preparing this dish is to stuff the stomach with a combination of sausage and other ingredients. The hog maw is then cooked and allowed to simmer before it is roasted in the oven.
Prior to cooking, the hog maw is thoroughly cleaned by removing the inner lining of the pig's stomach. It is then washed and patted down until the stomach surface is completely dried. Hog maw can also be prepared by slicing it and cooking it with the pig's intestines.