Tuesday, April 28, 2015

This Is How We Do It Back Home

A few of our Polynesian missionaries decided to roast a pig, "the way it's done back home." After getting all pday responsibilities finished, they slow roasted the pig, then served it for lunch the next day at their District Meeting. President Tye took some pictures of the lunch. He told me that when it was time to cut up the roasted pig, the Polynesians jumped right in and did the job like pros! I would have loved to have been there to watch. It looks delicious!
 Eating with your fingers is common here.
Elder Flitton likes pork ribs.

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