An Lechón (hale sa leche "gatas" + -ón) sarong pagkakan na karne sa iba-ibang rehiyon sa kinaban, lalo na Espanya asin mga dating sakop kaini. An Lechón sarong tataramon na Espanyol na inihaw na aking orig (piglet) na binabahog sa gatas nin ina (a suckling pig). An Lechón sikat sa Espanya, Pilipinas, Cuba, Puerto Rico, asin Dominican Republic, pati na sa mga nagtataram nin Espanyol na mga nasyon arog nin Latin America.[1] An putahe igwang buong inihaw na orig na linuto sa oring. Ini man an sinasabing pagkakan sa Cuba, Puerto Rico, asin Espanya.[2]

Lechon na iniihaw sa Cadiz, Negros Occidental, Pilipinas

Ini popular sa Pilipinas asin iba pang rehiyon sa Austronesian regions, na kun saen an pag-ihaw nin orig sarong katutubong tradisyon sa prekolonyal na hinalian. Dawa ini hale sa tataramon na Espanyol[3] an terminong "inihaw na orig",sa mga rehiyon na ini mas sikat an mga bakong mga lechones (milk suckling pigs). Ini kinokonsiderar na bakong opisyal na pambansang pagkakan sa Pilipinas,[4] sa Cebu na sinasabi kan sarong paraluto na Amerikano na si Anthony Bourdain na pinakamasiram na orig.[5]

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An Lechón naipalabas sa Netflix TV series, Street Food (TV series) sa episodo sa Cebu sa Philippines.[6]

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  1. Jonathan Deutsch; Megan J. Elias (15 April 2014). Barbecue: A Global History. Reaktion Books. p. 90. ISBN 978-1-78023-298-0. 
  2. Maclay, Elise (1 October 2014). "Restaurant Review: Zafra Cuban Restaurant & Rum Bar". Connecticut Magazine. New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Retrieved 26 December 2019. When it comes to "authentic" dishes like lechón asado (which Spain, Puerto Rico, the Philippines and Cuba all claim as their "national dish"), ingredients, recipes and methodology differ contentiously enough to start a war. 
  3. Palanca, Clinton. "This is the Philippines' love story with pork". Smile Magazine. Cebu Pacific. Retrieved 1 October 2019. 
  4. Vicky B. Bartlet (17 December 2011). "Palmonas: Make 'buko' juice as national drink". Business Mirror. http://businessmirror.com.ph/home/science/20802-palmones-make-buko-juice-as-national-drink. "In his House Resolution 1887, Agham (Science) Party-list Rep. Angelo Palmones said the Philippines has already a number of national symbols, such as narra as national tree, sampaguita as national flower, mango as national fruit, milkfish as national fish and lechon (roast pig) as national dish." Minahan, James B. (23 December 2009). The Complete Guide to National Symbols and Emblems [2 volumes]. ABC-CLIO. p. 152. ISBN 978-0-313-34497-8. Geis, Darlene (1961). A Colorslide Tour of the Philippines: Island Democracy : Bright Garden of the Pacific. Columbia Record Club. p. 11. Chan, Bernice (31 August 2017). "The secrets to great lechon - whole roasted suckling pig that's virtually a Filipino national dish". South China Morning Post (Hong Kong). https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/food-drink/article/2108935/secrets-great-lechon-whole-roasted-suckling-pig-thats-virtually. Winn, Patrick (20 December 2012). "Philippines: New Year's Eve Lechon". Public Radio International (Minneapolis). https://www.pri.org/stories/2012-12-20/philippines-new-years-eve-lechon. Goodman, Vivian (26 December 2014). "Filipino community enjoys a taste of home in Akron". WKSU (Kent State University). http://www.wksu.org/news/feature/quickbites/41412. Gardiner, Michael A. (11 December 2017). "Pork fat rules at Porky's Lechon". San Diego City Beat (United States). http://sdcitybeat.com/food-drink/the-world-fare/pork-fat-rules-at-porky%E2%80%99s-lechon/. 
  5. Lara Day (23 April 2009). "Pork Art". Time. http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1893324_1893292_1893289,00.html. "Anthony Bourdain — whose love of all things porcine is famous — visited the Philippine island of Cebu with his show No Reservations and declared that he had found the best pig ever" 
  6. Radovan, Jill Tan. "This New Netflix Show Proves Cebu's Food Scene Isn't All Lechón". Spot. Summit Digital . Retrieved 28 February 2021. 

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