Lechon, Manok, Isda and Baka
Pig, Chicken, Fish and Beef
If you've never tasted Pancit, you're missing what is rapidly becoming my one of my favorite "go to" comfort dishes. Filipine Adobo is a treat not to be missed. It's a pork dish with a fantastic mixture of herbs and spices. Now, if you like Hawaii's Kalua Pig, you will fall in love with Lechon Baboy. Kalua Pig is cooked underground in an Emu whereas Lechon Baboy is cooked above ground on a spit. The skin of the Filipino Lechon is sweet, crispy and unbelievable. Both are cooked for 8 to 12 hours depending on the coals/fire.