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“Here at home I’m often like the feel of the barro from the Patzcuaro area on the table as well as any, if not better.”
“This strange practice was not limited to eating cacao, but also included eating "barro" or "tierra," that is, clay or earth, usually in the form of "earthenware, as pots or pieces of lime walls.”
“We bought our floor tiles at Cortes, beautiful barro which is like the saltillo tile we used in LA for a patio.”
“We noticed that no matter what level of restaurant, from street-side dining to white table cloth establishments, all moquecas and feijoadas in Salvador are served in panela de barro - rustic, hand-thrown clay dishes.”
“En el monumento de barro, capital de la civilización Chimú, hoy Patrimonio Mundial de la Humanidad, existen alrededor de sesenta mujeres, antes dedicadas a los quehaceres del hogar, ahora convertidas en potenciales conservadoras, especialistas en monumentos de tierra.”
“De ti nací y a ti vuelvo arcilla vaso de barro con mi muerte vuelvo a ti”
“In the Ceramics chapter, for example, the divisions are Terra Cotta, Green Glazed, Multi-Color Glazed, Black (barro negro) and Painted Red.”
“We don't have one, and some folks say that they aren't as rico as when cooked in a cazuela de barro.”
“Most structures originally had a layer of barro (earthenware) and vegetable fibre "plaster", and were finished with a wash of cal (lime).”
“When it was almost dry, he said, he would dip it into a tub of barro and kaolin to give it a particular hue.”
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