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This particular atápakua is made with chicken broth, fresh epazote, cilantro, chile perón, and a bit of masa to thicken it.
Quote This particular atápakua is made with chicken broth, fresh epazote, cilantro, chile perón, and a bit of masa to thicken it.
Note 104: CS 1426 and 1427; Savanna-Bantu * - pakud - "to take out (from container of some kind); to castrate"; this root is seen in both Swahili - bakua/- bakwa "to take away by force" and - pakua "to take off, unload, dish up food, remove honey from hive," etc.
Maybe they should put up a giant pakua instead to reflect away bad vibes .. (wink) '
His opponent, a pakua master played by Simmon Xu (aka Xu Xiangdong, Hsu Hsiang-dong, Chui Heung-tung), appears to be modeled on the real-life founder of pakua, Dong Haichuan.
For the three battles between Yang and Dong, and working in the devilishly difficult idioms of tai chi and pakua, Yuen Wo-ping created some of the finest fight choreography ever seen.