[lit-ideas] Re: peculiar
- From: david ritchie <profdritchie@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2018 11:40:40 -0700
On Aug 7, 2018, at 2:55 AM, adriano paolo shaul gershom palma
the peculiar natures of humans' relations with cattle undergirds the recently
revived rwanda crisis, tusti are cattle people and hutu are sedentary farmers.
I am unsure about what the question means about gastronomy, in the
neighborhood - matters of taste, to be sure --
swordfish is good in two areas of sicily, capetown deserves not a mention,
guangz-hou probably better, lyon is fat & meat is better outside of buenos
aires or the chianina valles, what remains of it
Is the reference at the end to a breed of cattle? As described here?
When we were in the Beaujolais region recently we were served Charolais beef
from a local farm. Excellent. My favorite used to be Scottish beef, but it’s
been a while. At one point I thought that my retirement plan might be to raise
Highland Cows, but I now doubt that. Of the places you mention, I’ve only
eaten in Lyon, where we managed to find both a very good restaurant and an
Now I’ve stumbled into reading Charolais website slogans, “Cross into Profit,”
“More Pounds More Profit,” and comparing that kind of thinking to the U.N.’s
attempts to support livestock diversity: http://www.fao.org/dad-is/en/
Methinks I’d better get back to drawing up syllabi.
Salt-Lick Outer Banks,
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