National Geographic : 1964 May
Hard-won honey sweetens a big kettle of corn mush. To prepare the mixture, women crush corn ker nels with mortar and pestle, sieve the mash into a clay pot, add wa ter, and boil. Cooking done, the Indians add honey. Palm-leaf strainer traps bee larvae and wax. Bamboo Trumpets Sound the Planting Season's Start Simple instruments are fitted with slender pipes adjusted to vary the tone. A rectangle of logs marks off the men's club within the commu nity house. Here the males eat, make bows and arrows, and spend hours in talk. Clay pot holds honey thinned with water.