If you asked me what my last meal on earth would be it would this. Crispy Lechon
that brings back memories of my Dad. Visiting him at his home where his mom would pick the biggest pig to feed the whole neighborhood and celebrate his homecoming. Lechon is a celebration dish that is traditionally made by grilling a whole pig on a spit for nearly a whole day. The meat gets extra juicy and the skin gets extra crispy over the course of a few hours. In my rendition we use pork belly instead and it’s first boiled, dried and then baked in the oven to get the same level of crispiness.