Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampa - Chapters 7-10, Meat, Maté, Music, What the Mayordomo Didn't Know Was Not Worth Knowing, The Red Kerchief—a Mystery, Something Is Brewing Again Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7-10, Meat, Maté, Music, What the Mayordomo Didn't Know Was Not Worth Knowing, The Red Kerchief—a Mystery, Something Is Brewing Again Summary

Chapter seven describes one of the typical past times of the gaucho. They often get together to make dinner and talk. They eat few vegetables, but instead make stews and eat meat, often sausage and beefsteak. The men mostly eat meat and are satisfied with some meat, a fire and a spit. The gauchos love company and talking and telling stories. They drink their favored drink, maté, and relax after dinner. Juan, however, is different. He rarely went to village dances like many other men; instead, he tended to stick around his own camp and sing old...

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