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Describe plaintains and how they are prepared. A starchy food like a banana that must be cooked. It can be roasted, fried, boiled, or baked.
List the influences on Brazilian cooking and foods that reflect them. The people are a mixture of native Indians, Portuguese, and Africans; foods: dende, malgueta peppers, and coconut milk.
List five foods brought to Africa between 1300 and 1800. Coconuts, sweet potatoes, corn, cassava, peanuts.
Describe three traditional Arab dishes. See list on page 603.
List three condiments used in Israel. Zhoug, shatta, and tahini.
What would be commonly served at a British tea? Tea, cucumber, or watercress sandwiches, crumpets, scones, or savories.
How is the cooking of northern Italy different from southern Italy? In northern Italy cooking is similar to France and not as hearty as southern Italy.
List five basic items of Bulgarian cooking. Grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and yogurt.
Describe the four styles of Chinese cooking. Northern (Peking), Coastal (Shanghai), Inland (Szechwan), and Southern (Canton)
Define nasi goreng. A popular Indonesian dish of fried rice, meats, shrimp, and vegetables. The diners mix them individually for a variety of combinations.
Which of the ways that Native Americans prepared corn are still used today? Roasted corn, boiled corn, flatbread, hominy
How did regional differences affect the foods and preparation methods of Native Americans? In cold climates food was dried, smoked, and frozen for winter; in coastal areas seafood was a staple; in the Southwest tribes grew peppers and beans to use in soups and chili.
List influences on the Midwestern cooking style. The climate, the cultural heritage of immigrants, and the heritage of Native Americans.
Identify the four cultures that influenced Creole cooking. French, Spanish, Italian, African, West Indian, Native American.
List six staple foods of Cajun cooking. Fish, crawfish, rabbit, turtle, squirrel, alligator, ham, rice, okra, peppers, celery, onions.
Why was grilling a common way of preparing food among cowboys? Because they were simple methods and made use of the campfire that they had already built.
Chow mein represents a blend of what two cultures? Chinese and American.
Explain how to make sourdough bread. It is made with flour, water, salt, and yeast, which is allowed to ferment to create a leavening agent. Advantages: it costs little, you can keep it going indefinitely.
What is taro root used for? Poi and taro chips are made from taro root.
List three foods from Quebec that were influenced by the French. French pastries, breads, apple tarts, seafood soups, cheeses.
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