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oh and im no longer gung ho about living in the third world, but maybe one day
well im going with the cook thing, i will finish my anthropology degree and do some directed independent studies with my favorite professors, just to see how it goes, in the meantime i will b e training my knife and wok skills with the chinese folks i used to work with, they are in agreement that they can provide me training do u think thats a good idea. i hate to feel like im giving up on a phd in religious or philosophical/psychological...
thanks Colin that is great advice. and what do you know, peace corps goes to guyana. but i have no leadership skills. i spend my free time reading and playing the congas and african drums (djembe). i will have to look into the volunteer stuff
Thank you for the advice.
well i hope someone finds these recipes as interesting as i did. the good news is the anthropology dept hired a cultural anthropologist who specializes in haiti. he may end up teaching haitian creole. so that is one mystery solved. i also connected with an old caribbean literature professor of mine. he says he remembers me, he knows all the authors i am into, we clicked rather well, he was very friendly and he said he remembered i was intelligent and said to keep in touch....
I used to have a best friend from guyana in highschool and undergraduate years.  We cooked together guyanese and caribbean food.  Guyana is a south american country but part of the caribbean culturaly, at least on the coast.  I am now 33 years old and something of an african and caribbean literature, religious scholarship, polemic, history, critical theory (post colonial studies) and anthropology buff.  I am in school for anthropology and hope to get into grad school,...
it evokes thoughts of fried pork marinated in sour orange juice similar to haitian griot i believe, flan di pina, moros y christianos and ropa vieja the delicious beef stew, and lechon with yams and coffee that is fuerte, and a chance to learn some rumba or do some bata drumming, maybe. there is a lot i want to learn about the secrets of cuban cooking. do you have to speak spanish though, im guessing you probably do. if i was a chef i would be down.
maybe a loo or lu sauce?
I used to have a best friend from guyana in highschool and undergraduate years.  We cooked together guyanese and caribbean food.  Guyana is a south american country but part of the caribbean culturaly, at least on the coast.  I am now 33 years old and something of an african and caribbean literature, religious scholarship, polemic, history, critical theory (post colonial studies) and anthropology buff.  I am in school for anthropology and hope to get into grad school,...
there is a chinese restarAUNT here run by indonesians, but the indonesian menu is the best. tripe and tongue soup, fried duck leg, spicy tofu etc. i cant remember. its a sizeable indonesian menu and it is the bomb. i remember there being some sort of vietnamese cow foot soup with rice noodles, and dont forget the roast chicken ga ro ti!
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