Five awesome culinary experiences highlight the national dish of this island country.
On his Philippine episode of “No Reservations,” celebrity TV Chef Anthony Bourdain hailed lechón, a roasted pig specialty of this island country, as the “The Best Pig Ever.”
Lechón is so popular in the Philippines that an annual festival, called Parada ng Lechon, or Parade of Lechón, is held every June 24 to commemorate the country’s patron saint, St. John, and inhabitants from all over the Philippines converge upon the municipality of Balayan in the province of Batangas to parade decorated golden-red or golden-brown pigs with their mouths stuffed with apples.
Read More: Chowzter.com | Lechón: Pigging out in the Philippines
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My gosh ,that piggy looks very tasty ,oh my ,my this is not getting good !