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Copy of International Foods: Exploring the World

Grade 10 ISU
by

Scott Bradley

on 26 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of International Foods: Exploring the World

International Foods:
Exploring the World

Ireland
Germany
Australia
Poland
France
Italy
Spain
Sweden
Denmark
China
Japan
India
Arabian
Peninsula
Pakistan
Iran
Iraq
Isreal
Afganistan
Myanmar
Thailand
Cambodia
Ethiopia
Morocco
Kenya
South Africa
Mexico
Haiti
Brazil
Chile
Austria
Iraq
Ireland
Holidays:
St. Patrick's Day
Eating:
-Cabbage and Potatoes
are grown on family farms
Lamb and
Potatoes
Chicken Soup
Geography:
Germany
-Germany is know
for their beer
Food:
-Sausage is
eaten a lot
Food:
-Small Arranged portions
Baguette and Brie
Food:
-Many Pasta Dishes
Food:
-Eat lots of Rice and
vegetables and Sushi
-Eat with
Chopsticks
Food:
-Fishy foods
such as sushi
-Rice
India
-Curry,
chicken,
and rice
Food:
Pakistan
Iran
Isreal
Afghanistan
Spanish Foods:
Staples: Olive oil, tomatoes, garlic, and onions.
Fresh breads
Cocida
Gazpacho
Foods:
Uses a lot of dairy, rye,
wheat, and meats
Smoke food or make into stew,
seldom deep-fry
Food:
Many Fruits and Vegetables
Traditional Pork and Chicken
Milk
Foods:
-Local produce
-Staples: Homegrown grains and vegetables
-Wild
mushrooms
-"Sweets"
Food:
-Bland taste
-Pork and potatoes
-enhance natural flavors
-Coffee, pastries and akvivat or beer
Food:
-Few fruits and
vegetables
-Methods of
food preparation
set them apart
-Methods of Seasoning set them apart
-Depend on cereals
-Rice at every meal
-Many spices
and herbs
-Pork is forbidden
Food:
Food:
Foods:
-Meat soups
-Cultural differences within
Foods:
-Rice is a staple food
Food:
Food:
-Rice, soups and pasta
Food:
-Beef and seafood
-Staple vegetables
include squash and
potatoes
Food:
"Khmer"
-Staple food- rice
-Known for simplicity,
seasonality, and freshness
Australia
Food:
-Prefer simple
solid foods:
-Salt and pepper on everything
Foods:
Staple food:
-Starchy mixture
called fufu
Food:
-No single dish, different foods represent each town
Food:
-Love meats
Food:
-Staple foods include tortillas and chilies and beans
-
-Enjoy spicy foods
Bisteeya
Hot sweetened
green mint tea
Food:
-Picked up from every culture
Nigeria
Food:
-Rice is a staple food
-Deeply
flavoured
meat
Food:
-Staples are rice,
black beans
and manioc meal
Food:
-Combine French,
African and Spanish
-Tropical taste
-Staple foods are rice, beans, and chicken
-Unique combinations
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