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1 May 2012—La Pensée Cyclique: Mulan Granet (d)
1 May 2011—Hurtin Country: Lonesome Doves
|[a] Pacific RF|
If the tweet is "informational" (as today), it is "true." The recipe is "real." The haiku is just, well, odd.
|[b] Classic RF|
I would tell you more...if I had more than 140 characters with which to work (+ spld thngs fny).
I'm "reading" sixty ethnographies (in sixty days) about Oceania as I prep for my lecture series on Pacific mythology—"classic" to "present."
Wet sand, conch shell, yam
And after a long day of reading Pacific Ocean island (and large landmass) ethnography, it's time for yams and pork. Here's a delectable recipe that might a cookbook that channels the classic ethnography Pigs for the Ancestors...except that it has been "transferred" north and slightly west to southeastern China. This is actually a Hakka recipe.