Crown of rye straw adorned with external knots that serves or served as a seat for boilers of copper with round base in the alistanas kitchens of my land. In these boilers which hung the llares baked food for pigs, warming water, will melt the butter, the pudding is cooked and my uncle Thomas melted honey to remove the wax with a slotted spoon. There is no paizos in alistanas kitchens. My neighbor Aurora has taught me to make this summer. There to rye straw soak overnight.
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