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The real Dr. Funk
bigbrotiki
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
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From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2008-07-10 11:23 am   Permalink

OK, since everybody is just so mazed by this revelation that they are struck mute, here is the earliest recipe I could come up with, from my 1947 Trader Vic's Bar Guide:



...and here are two snippets of info I gleaned from Google:

>> Information about Bernard Funk was more limited but the staff of the Apia Public Library kindly sent me a photograph and short biography from the 1907 edition of The Cyclopedia of Samoa.<<

>>R.L. Stevenson was helped into the great hall, between his wife and body-servant, Sosimo,
losing consciousness instantly, as he lay back in the arm-chair that had
once been his grandfather's. Little time was lost in bringing the
doctors, Anderson of the man-of-war, and his friend Dr. Funk. They
looked at him and shook their heads ... he had passed the bounds of
human skill....<<

I propose to restore the man's honor by creating a new Dr. Funk MUG, maybe with his likeness, and/or some visual reference to R.L. Stevenson's stories. But for that we have to find the earliest, most authentic recipe.


 
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