Re : Re(2): Marmite and other "unique" foods
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|Date:||Monday, October 4, 1999, 16:21|
Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 04/10/99 11:50:40 , Barry a =E9crit :
Anyhoo, I'm a bit
> surprised there aren't any pure Chinese restaurants (pure meaning they
> serve only Chinese food).
to get that, you need first colonize a place - say viet-nam, cambodia,
algeria, morocco, senegal, etc. - and pressure their population
for a century, educate local elites in metropolitan universities,
yet not allow them to govern locally but still appoint the brightest
of them in metropolitan administration - or in the national government
like Leopold Sedar-Sengor - so as to show them how they
can crush you within a year when they go back home.
then you're 100% sure they manage to fool then-colons as to food.
but by no means does a few years' warfare and a final defeat help in any way=
BTW : every time i go to england or the netherland i'm so grateful indians a=
indonesians brought the best of local cooking. ("local" is to be understood
the way it has to ;-).