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Corresponsal: Juan Escalona - Bolivar

 
   El Pabellon Criollo, es una exquisites    30/01/2006 9:58:00
 
Cultural
   
El pabellón criollo es uno de los platos más representativo de nuestra cocina.

El pabellón es un plato que nos ha acompañado a lo largo de nuestra historia, ha crecido con nosotros, con pequeñas variaciones en las diferentes regiones de Venezuela, pero manteniendo siempre la esencia única y pura del plato nacional por excelencia, es representativo de la dieta criolla urbana principalmente, es difícil precisar el origen del plato, pero ya a finales del siglo XIX era reconocido en Caracas.
Esta Compuesto de: Arroz Blanco, Carne Mechada, Caraotas Negras y Tajadas de Plátano Frito, dispuestos todos de forma ornamental destacando al máximo su color, aroma y sabor. En este plato se crea un equilibrio entre todos sus componentes, tanto en color como en sabor, cada uno es parte importante de la culinaria venezolana.


El arroz también se servía diariamente, preparado ligeramente aromatizado de ají dulce, ajo y cebolla, suelto y blanco, muy blanco, de esta misma forma se sirve en el pabellón. Las Caraotas deben ser negrísimas.


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IDNcc2m6ySj ha escrito:
07/12/2014, de BoRXVZuxt

It was a fascinating exepcienre to read these two works side by side. As Kronman described the moments we ask ourselves about the meaning of life and the process of answering the question for ourselves, Plato is showing how Socrates is living in search of the answer. This is something that Kronman even acknowledged on page seventeen saying only Socrates and Jesus were able to dedicate their full focus on the question. These two works complimented each other greatly with one side showing the process while the other the application of the same question. In Plato’s Apology I especially found it interesting in the journey Socrates describes in his search for wisdom. It reminded me greatly of Gilgamesh and his journey to Utnapishtim. Socrates seeks artists and poets, craftsmen, sophists, and those considered wise. Throughout his life Socrates’ only crime was his endless journey for knowledge and meaning. Even facing death did not deter him from his mission. Socrates looked forward to continuing his quest with the possibility of talking with those who had already past; “the man who led the great expedition against Troy, or Odysseus, or Sisyphus, and innumerable other men and women…” My personal feelings are very similar so I felt strongly impressed in this section of his speech. Kronmann describes the question, “What is the meaning of life?”, only coming up every now and again. The question passes through our lives when we allow our minds to wander towards it. Much like we are letting it now as we attempt to answer our own questions regarding education. It was even more intriguing to me when Kronman brought out the idea that the answer to the meaning of life is something we all have to answer for ourselves (pg. 14). Though many of his ideas were intriguing, these were those that made a particular impression on me. As I reflected these readings something arose out of the pages and sparked an idea. I have been trying to answer the questions of education, the question of meaning, the question of life, as an absolute answer. Even as I have attempted to formulate a response to this blog, I have gotten entangled in thoughts wondering if I wasn’t writing what the group was looking for. Perhaps we suffer a similar entrapment in education. I know that I can easily get wrapped in memorizing the answers for a test, trying to agree with the educator for a good grade, and always seeking the “right” answer. The meaning of education however, may be very similar to the meaning of life. As Kronman describes, seeking this absolute right answer to such a question is absurd (pg. 15). The answer to the question we are seeking may be something we all have to find for ourselves.


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