Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime


Since lunchtime with my kids is just a simple yet healthy kiddie meal, so I decided to make use of the photos of the lunchtime I had together with my high school batch reunion.

A simple Pilipino gathering would never be the same without the presence of Lechon Baboy (Roasted Pig). This food preparation is always a highlight in most Pilipinos sumptuous meals, because of its delectable taste when roasted and seasoned perfectly.

Here is the native Lechon Baboy, stuffed with various spices and lemon grass to give it a savory and mouth-watering aroma.

In this photo my batch mates enjoyed the crispy and delicious skin of the Lechon Baboy this part is always the yummiest to nibble.
lechon panit

And the left over is always the best part for the men’s “pulotan” ( a Tagalog term for food matched with beer drinking session.) πŸ˜‰


  1. Great photos.

    • Hi Annie! Thanks for the compliment. You have a nice blog site also. I love the views of nature. Keep up your good shots. πŸ˜‰

  2. OMG I love my lechon

    • It sure is delicious! Thanks for the visit. I like your blog site also, got interested with the cooking recipes. I love cooking too more than eating. πŸ˜‰

      • That is great! Hopefully we can share more recipes together and good food in the future πŸ™‚

      • Ecstatic to hear that gourmand chic. πŸ˜‰ by the way, is that your real name?

      • My name is Nicole. Nice to meet you!

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