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  • Over behind the barns there was always another barbecue pit, where the house servants and the coachmen and maids of the guests had their own feast of hoecakes and yams and chitterlings, that dish of hog entrails so dear to negro hearts, and, in season, watermelons enough to satiate.

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  • The mummification process included removal of the heart and entrails immediately upon death.
  • The oracles read the entrails to foretell the future.

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