pigging out


Yes, of course. It is about time. After having always been the centerpiece of every Filipino fiesta’s gluttonous celebration, the famous Lechon should be honored with its own festival, replete with a parade and bugle band. And there ain’t no other place that can give higher courtesy to such delicacy but in La Loma (Quezon City) where every corner restaurant dishes out whole roasted suckling pig skewered usually on bamboo.

Last May 18, many of the famous brands that sell Lechon offered free servings to guests and neighbors. Politicians and even the Military partook as well, munching on the crispy golden brown skin covering that only the Lechon can offer. Such merriment of food intake is said to bode well of good life. But for those having bad cholestorol days, I say “good luck.”

3 Responses to “pigging out”

  1. save some for me

  2. Hi!

    To support the country’s tourism campaign “It’s More Fun in the Philippines”,our company is going to use beautiful tourist spots and famous festivals in the Philippines as design in our t-shirt.

    We would just like to ask if we could use your Lechon photo here for our t-shirt design?

    We are hoping for your favorable response.

    Thank you.

  3. Our company is planning to introduce a new shirt uniform design for its employees, the concept of which is a takeoff from the Department of Tourism’s “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” campaign. We intend to feature various destinations in the country specifically those attractions that are unique in localities where our branches are located.

    In this regard, we would like to seek your permission if we could use your Lechon photo here?

    Thank you.

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