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10 February 2014


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No thanks. I think I will stick with the ladies, peeling bananas and grating coconut....

JP, you'd fit in well with some of the old Italians down here in Oz.

They love their annual ritual of "Kilim Pik."

Tho for them it is more of harvesting the PIG to provide the spicy preserved meats prepared and cured to grace their tables at times of celebration and other occasions.

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