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The Tasty Chronicles: There are so many ways to roast a pig in different parts of the world. But did you know that Filipinos know how to roast a pig as well?  Yes, we do. The Filipino delicacy is called Lechon. After a few hours of roasting, the pork meat is succulent from the rendered collagen and fat. It tastes even more flavorful when it’s accompanied with condiments like a sweet liver sauce or some banana ketchup. However, the best part of eating Lechon is the crispy skin. Like candy, we always fight to get a piece of it. 

So, if you have never eaten Lechon before, you’ll want to after watching this video from Food Curated via NY Times