Lechón is a pork dish that is popularly eaten in the Philippines (and other Spanish colonized countries). The word lechón originated from the Spanish term lechón; that refers to a suckling pig that is roasted.
I made this Lechon for Philippines Independence Day (June 12) Time to show my patriotism! MAUBHAY ANG PILIPINAS! (Long live Philippines!)
Made with scrap polymer clay painted in acrylics and glossed over. The banana leaf is made of paper
She is roughly 2.5 inches long