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Camacho’s Wedding Feast Quotes

"The first thing that met Sancho's eyes was a whole ox spitted on the trunk of an elm and, in the hearth over which it was to roast, there was a fair mountain of wood burning.  Six earthen pots were arranged around this blaze.... Whole sheep disappeared within them as if they were pigeons.  Innumerable skinned hares and fully plucked chickens, hanging on the trees, were soon to be swallowed up in these pots.  Birds and game too, of all kinds. were also hanging from the branches so that they were kept cool in the air.  There were piles of white loaves, like heaps of wheat in barns.  Cheeses, built up like bricks, formed walls and two cauldrons of oil, bigger than dyer’s vats, were used for frying pastries, which were lifted out with two sturdy shovels and then plunged into another cauldron of honey standing nearby."

Description of the wedding feast of a farmer named Camacho, from ‘Don Quixote’ by Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616)



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