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Where you think is the most tastiest LECHON (roast pig)

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Where or which part pf the Philippines produces the best or the most tasties LECHON (roast pig) in the Philippines and why?

 

is it Cebu's Lechon or Luzon's Lechon or any part of the Philippines...

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Interesting. Both the opening post and the link bob made refer to Lechon as Roast Pig. I thought Lechon was "roast' as in Lechon Manok was roast chicken and Lechon Baboy was roast pig. What's the true story on that?

 

Is Lechon, by itself, automatically considered to be pig?

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Interesting. Both the opening post and the link bob made refer to Lechon as Roast Pig. I thought Lechon was "roast' as in Lechon Manok was roast chicken and Lechon Baboy was roast pig. What's the true story on that?

 

Is Lechon, by itself, automatically considered to be pig?

 

Growing up in the states, we always referred lechon as roasted pig. It wasn't till i got here that lechon referred to manok or baboy. lechon being how it's cooked.

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ah and to answer te OP's question, according to anthony bourdain, cebu has the best lechon in the world, and he tried it at Zubuchon in Banilad.

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Interesting. Both the opening post and the link bob made refer to Lechon as Roast Pig. I thought Lechon was "roast' as in Lechon Manok was roast chicken and Lechon Baboy was roast pig. What's the true story on that?

 

Is Lechon, by itself, automatically considered to be pig?

 

Yes! Lechon used by itself generally refers to baboy! If you are speaking of other roast items like manok, you should specify.

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The Best CEBU Lechon baboy is Alejos Lechon in Labangon is a local's secret!

 

See...I let the cat out of the bag now! Try it and you will understand why most locals prefer that place.

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I am still looking all over the Philippines for lechon baboy that looks and tastes like this:

 

(Of course, ot has to have that nice smokey taste too)

 

 

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You want to know what the local Filipino's would think when they see those images?

 

They wonder what happened to the rest of the pig and consider it to be a waste. Have you seen the remains of a Lechon Baboy after a party?

Not even the bones are left...they use it for stew the next day.

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