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International Cuisines

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International Cuisines
Introduction
Traditional Food
Famine Food
Celebration Food
References
Traditional Food
Famine Food
Celebration Food
Vietnam
Australia
Traditional Food
Famine Food
Celebration Food
Italy
Traditional Food
Famine Food
Celebration Food
France
The Meat Pie is an Australian Icon; a serve for one accompanied with tomato sauce. They permeate all of society and it embodies a sense of pride and nationalism. 270 million pies are consumed annually, mostly beef. A yearly competition is held to celebrate and discover the best meat pie in Australia.
In times of food scarcity, especially in the early days of Australians colonization; Damper a Soda bread was a popular staple for many Australians. Made from flour, sugar, water, milk, butter and salt; it’s simple to prepare and cooked in the ashes of an open fire or camp oven.
Since the 1920’s the BBQ is at the center of celebration. Free BBQ’s are supplied by councils in public parks to facilitate this great Australian tradition. Steaks, sausages, chops, rissoles, chicken skewers and prawns are most commonly cooked at relaxed celebrations for birthday’s, engagements, and sporting events, fundraisers and much more.
Australia
Vietnam
Italy
Greece
Traditional
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Famine
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Australia.gov.au,. (2014). austn-food-and-drink. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/austn-food-and-drink
Foodstandards.gov.au,. (2014). Meat Pies. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/generalissues/meatpie/Pages/default.aspx
Greataussiepiecomp.com.au,. (2014). About Us - Official Great Aussie Pie Competition. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://www.greataussiepiecomp.com.au/about.htm


Aussie Meat Pies. (2012). Retrieved from www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKfhcQet-6M
Australia.gov.au,. (2014). austn-food-and-drink. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/austn-food-and-drink
Australian Women's Weekly,. (2014). Damper. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://www.aww.com.au/food/recipes/1977/1/damper/
Wikipedia,. (2014). Damper (food). Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damper_(food)

Nicko's Kitchen,. (2010). How to make Damper bread. Retrieved from www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF9ngaNYHt8

Abc.net.au,. (2014). Barbeques:. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://www.abc.net.au/dimensions/dimensions_in_time/Transcripts/s847382.htm
Australia.gov.au,. (2014). austn-food-and-drink. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/austn-food-and-drink




Celebrations
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Australia.gov.au,. (2014). austn-food-and-drink. Retrieved 8 September 2014, from http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/austn-food-and-drink
Australian Products Co,. On Board Sign. Retrieved from http://www.aussieproducts.com/images/gaswing_aussieBBQ.gif
Fig & Cherry,. (2008). Sweet Chilli King prawn skewers. Retrieved from http://www.figandcherry.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/3849723086_80615890c9_o.jpg
Plarre, F. Celebrate Australia Day. Retrieved from http://www.fergusonplarre.com.au/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Australiia-Day-in-Vietnam-300x181.jpg
Repsher, K. I don't know if we have enough types of meat here.... Retrieved from http://www.bootsandabackpack.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Australia-Day-009.jpg

Traditional
Famine
Celebrations
Traditional
Famine
Celebrations
Traditional
Famine
Celebrations
Swinburne Online
COM10003
Learning and Communicating Online
Assessment 2A: Producing an online informational resource
Contributors
September 2014
Traditional Food
Famine Food
Celebration Food
Greece
France
Traditional
Famine
Celebrations
Insalata Caprese is a simple salad,
made of sliced fresh mozzarella,
tomatoes and basil, seasoned with
salt, and olive oil.It was made to
resemble the colours of the Italian
flag: red, white, and green. In Italy,
it is usually served as an antipasto
(starter), not a contorno (side dish)
unlike most salads.
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Edward Antrobus (31 October 2010). Recipes of If You Can Read, You Can Cook: Year 1. SEAM Publishing. p. 32. ISBN 978-1-301-75286-7.
Brodetto Pasquale -The rich, meaty broth
is enriched with egg yolks and enlivened
with fresh herbs and a bit of lemon juice.
The subtle sweetness of cloves tames the
gamier aspects of the lamb, the lemon
balances the egg and cheese, and the
marjoram provides a delightfully perfect
exclamation point. This dish is an easter
celebration which is very common in Rome.
Text
vNata nel 1967 dall'idea del Sindaco Lino Magnani, è la manifestazione enograstronomica più antica della Provincia di Rimini.
Dato Istat - Popolazione residente al 31 dicembre 2012.
^ Tabella dei gradi/giorno dei Comuni italiani raggruppati per Regione e Provincia (PDF) in Legge 26 agosto 1993, n. 412, allegato A,
Ente per le Nuove Tecnologie, l'Energia e l'Ambiente, 1 marzo 2011, p. 151. URL consultato il 25 aprile 2012.
Video
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Brodetto+Pasqua
During WW2, the locals of Mellow Italy
lived on home grown crops and food from
the land, Pitsockery is a pasta dish served
with only local cheese, local potato and
steamed basil. Aswell as
Antipasto which
consisted of plain bread
with oil and balsamic
vinegar, accompanied by
a local meat source.
Mellow, July 2014
"Nigel Slater's classic insalata caprese recipe", The Observer, Sunday 18 July 2010.
VIDEO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPanfcBUv
The Joy of Cooking (75th Anniversary Edition) p. 169
Text
vNata nel 1967 dall'idea del Sindaco Lino Magnani, è la manifestazione enograstronomica più antica della Provincia di Rimini.
Dato Istat - Popolazione residente al 31 dicembre 2012.
^ Tabella dei gradi/giorno dei Comuni italiani raggruppati per Regione e Provincia (PDF) in Legge 26 agosto 1993, n. 412,
Edward Antrobus (31 October 2010). Recipes of If You Can Read, You Can Cook: Year 1. SEAM Publishing. p. 32.
IMAGES
Personal images, Mellow 2014 July

Conclusion
Moussaka is one of the most recognized Greek dish. It is made with casserole, layered eggplant that has spiced meat filling on top, with a creamy béchamel sauce. It is highly consumed
throughout every season in Greece , as in summer it could be served without the topping to avoid the excessive richness.
How to Make Moussaka
(Super Food Ideas, 2013)
(Youtube, 2012)
Super Food Ideas. (2013, 05). Classic Moussaka. Retrieved September 10, 2014, from Taste:
http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/24751/classic+moussaka
Youtube. (2012, 10). How to Make Moussaka. Retrieved September 10, 2014, from Youtube
Tet is the national holiday in which the Vietnamese celebrate the Lunar New Year. Translated as "festival (or feast) of the first day, it is the only time when the whole country is relaxed and rested. Many traditions are borrowed from the Chinese such as fire crackers, lion dancers and red money envelopes however the feast is only made up of Vietnamese cuisine. Banh Chung is a square shaped rice package made up of sticky rice, mung bean paste and seasoned pork. It is wrapped in banana leaves and tied with red ribbon for good luck.
Viet World Kitchen, August 2009,
Special Foods for Tet Celebrations; http://www.vietworldkitchen.com/blog/2009/01/special-foods-for-tet-celebrations.html


A bánh mì is referred to as a Vietnamese sandwich and was typically referred to as bánh mì thit nguoi the sandwich consists of pork, chicken or tofu. Homemade mayonnaise, pâté, sweet pickled carrot, daikon radish and cucumber are added and finished off with a couple sprigs of coriander and fresh chilli. (Val, 2013) The Vietnamese sandwich has become exceptionally popular over the years with the presence of many Bánh mì sandwiches shops in Australia and all over the World.
Val. Banh Mi: “The Popular Vietnamese Sandwich”, More Than Asian. 2013
http://www.morethanasian.com/banh-mi/
Andrea Nguyen. "Master Banh Mi Sandwich Recipe", Viet World Kitchen, retrieved 2010.04.03

Pho is the national dish of the Vietnamese and has gain much popularity, particularly in the west due to it’s ‘deceptive simplicity and complex flavours. (Pho, 2009) Pho is considered as comfort food due to its hearty and refreshing nature, in Vietnam Pho is street food. (Huynh, 2014) Not much has changed to the warming broth in the last 100 years; originally pho was simply boiled beef, noodles and broth. Since then cooked developed a raw beef version (pho bo tai) that cooks in the broth making the meat deliciously tender and poached chicken (pho ga). (Nguyen, 2011) The pho is then dressed with Asian herbs such as Vietnamese mint, Parilla and bean shoots and finished with hoi sin and Sriracha hot sauce.
http://vietworldkitchen.typepad.com/blog/2008/10/the-evolution-of-pho.html
Nguyen, Andrea Q. "History of Pho Noodle Soup". San Jose Mercury News, reprinted at Viet World Kitchen. Retrieved 2011-10-22.
Cuong Huynh. The History and Evolution of Pho: A Hundred Years’ Journey. Loving Pho; May 2014.
http://www.lovingpho.com/pho-opinion-editorial/history-and-evolution-of-vietnamese-pho/

Each and every person has their own identity; this is due their own values attitudes and beliefs. Food gives us understanding of the cultural background a person has had and particularly how different one popular cuisine is from country to country. This guide will give you insight to international cuisines from Australia, Greece, Italy and Vietnam and what each nationality ate during famine, traditional cuisines and celebratory dishes.
Greece is in the high rank of having a "fusion" cuisine which is easily traced back to 350 B.C. Silignites is one of these dishes that goes a long way back. In Greek it means the whitest wheat bread. Silignites ideally should be baked under a clay dome.Once the dome was heated, the ashes were swept away, the bread was placed on the hot stone, the dome was replaced, and the flattened top was mounded with hot coals to maintain heat. Silignites was the most digestible and healthiest bread.
Avgolemono is a Greek Easter food tradition. One of the most important meals is the one that breaks the long fast: the celebratory post midnight meal on the Saturday night before Easter, Greeks traditionally eat Avgelomono. It is made with chicken, lemon, rice and egg. It can be served hot or cold as Easter falls to spring in Greece.
Cuisines from French, Italian, Greek, Vietnamese and Australian are very different due to the cultures each country have. We have researched and produced a guide for these countries and have included traditional, famine and celebration foods. This guide shows the enhancement of global diversity. These Cuisines are often named after the geographic areas or regions from which they originate. A cuisine is primarily influenced by the ingredients that are available locally or through trade as descibed in this guide.
Amy Terzi, Candice Turner, Elizabeth Friedrich, Karen Nguyen + Marcus Richardson
(Paravantez, 2012)
(Youtube, 2012



Paravantez, E. (2012, April 14). Greek Egg Lemon (Avgolemono) . Retrieved September 10, 2014, from OliveTomato:
http://www.olivetomato.com/greek-egg-lemon-avgolemono-soup-with-chicken-a-comforting-alternative-to-mayiritsa/
Youtube. (2012, March 23). The Greek Cook. Retrieved September 10, 2014, from Youtube
(History of Greek Food, 2013)
History of Greek Food. (2013, November 4). Anciet Greek Cuisine. Retrieved September 10, 2014, from History of Greek Food:
http://www.historyofgreekfood.org/search/label/ancient%20Greek%20cuisine
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