"Stomach of goat, crushed sheep balls, soft full pearls of pig eyes, snout gristle, fresh earth, worn iron of trotter, slate of Zaragoza, dried cat heart, cock claws. She grinds them with one hand and with other fists mountain thyme, basil, paprika, and knobs of garlic. And if a tooth of stink thistle pulls blood from the round blue marbled hand all the better for this ruby of Pamplona, this bright jewel of Vich, this stained crown of Solsona, this salami."
From "Salami" by Philip Levine, poet
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