(1) The foie gras is thick and lusty, the wild-bass tartare tasty but cut too chunky, the suckling pig good but too oily.(2) My first dinner there is on a Monday, and the menu lists suckling pig as a plat du jour, available only on weekends.(3) The roast suckling pig is reason for those who crave this dish to hunger for Tuesdays, the only day they serve it.(4) Roast suckling pig might evoke the same lip-smacking if it wasn't such a chintzy portion.(5) roast suckling pig(6) One sow with hundreds of suckling piglets - the great mother teat for the world.(7) On Sundays both locations have lechon - the whole roasted suckling pig that's a staple at Filipino galas - with spoon-tender flesh and crisp, burnished skin.(8) The tongue of the suckling infant cleaves to its palate for thirst; young children beg for bread, no one extends it to them.(9) Saul did the same thing at Amalek: ├ö├ç├┐Do not spare them, but kill both man and woman, infant and suckling .├ö├ç├û(10) Long rows of food stalls were set up to feed the visitors, which included a variety of Thai food, roast turkey and suckling pig fresh from the grill.(11) For Freud, what is ├ö├ç├┐primitive├ö├ç├û is not savage society, however, but infantile sexuality, the instinctive and libidinal attachment of a suckling child to its mother.(12) The crackling roast suckling pig may divide your table; it's nasty to some, but to others, each bite echoes the sound of maracas.(13) Auriga is depicted by a charioteer who holds a goat in his left arm and some suckling kids in his lap.(14) And being the over-the-top Chinese parents they are, they had a whole suckling pig roasting on a spit.(15) Delightful, but time-consuming in preparation (there was no way we would have remembered to call ahead 12 hours in advance to warn them we wanted to eat the whole roast suckling , Laotian-style).(16) They come bearing gifts, a whole roasted suckling pig, delicacies like bird's nest soup and abalone and sweets.