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What are different staple foods of different cultures?

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  • 10 years ago
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    *********************Europe***********…

    1. Ireland - corned beef and cabbage

    2. Germany - potatoes and pork

    3. Russia - dark and heavy bread

    4. Demark -porriridge

    5. Poland - Golabki (stuffed cabbage rolls)

    6. Spain - paella

    7. Greece - Dolmathes (stuffed grape leaves), Fricasse (Lamb and Garden Greens in a Creamy Lemon Sauce)

    8. Italy -polenta with parmeasan cheese

    9. Austria- dumplings

    10. Romania - Coibra,mititei, Tochitura, and Mamaliga

    ********************ASIA**************…

    11. Armenia- roasted vegetables and lamb

    12. Iranian - chelokabab

    13. North Korea- rice

    14. South Korea - pekpan, kimch'i

    15. Japan- sushi, tempura

    16. Turkey - kabab

    17. Iraq - wheat, barley and dates

    18. China - fu yung don

    19. Isreal - jaffa

    20. Thai - tom yum soup, also fish and coconut milk

    *****************AFRICA***************…

    21. Nigeria - lentils, isu (broiled spiced yams)

    22. Kenya - curries , and chapattis, chutneys

    23. Morocco - bisteeya, lamb, olives and figs

    24. Mozambique - matata, seasonal fruits, veggies and roots.

    25. Liberia - palava

    ************************* AUSTRALIA*******************

    26. Australia - lamingtons, meat pies

    *************************SOUTH AMERICA*********************

    27. Argentina - beef, parrillada,

    28. Chile - humitas (corn that is pureed and cooked in corn husks), pastel de choclo (a corn and meat pie).

    29. Brazil - Feijoada (Meat Stew), Quejadinhas (Coconut and Cheese Snacks)

    **********************NORTH AMERICA**********************

    30. United states great lakes region - german potato salad, buffalo chicken wings, macroni and cheese.

    31. U.S. midwest region - bread pudding, chili, deviled eggs, reuben sandwhich.

    32. U.S. Northest region - succotash, johnnycakes, baked beans, new england clam chowder, \

    33. U. S. Southern region - cornbread, fried chicken, chicken and sausage gumbo, sweet potato pie, collard greens and hamhocks.

    34. U.S. Western Region - artichokes, salsa, apple crisp, blueberry muffins.

    35. Mexico - Frijoles (Beans), Huevos Rancheros (Ranch-Style Eggs), spanish rice, Pico de Gallo (Mexican Salsa)

    ***************CANADA*****************…

    36. Canada - Sauteed fiddleheads, canadian bacon with maple glaze, sweet corn pancakes, Nanaimo Bars.

    37. Canada (french candians) - french pea soup, doughboys (dumplings), French-Canadian Creton (Spicy Pork Pate), Tarte au Sucre (Sugar Pie), Tourtière (Meat Pie), Quebec Poutine

    38. Canada Aboriginals (native canadians) - Pemmican Cakes, Bannock, Man-O-Min (Ojibwa Wild Rice),

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  • 3 years ago

    Food In Different Cultures

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  • 3 years ago

    there is no such thing as a healthy diet without fruits and vegetables...

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  • 3 years ago

    Just how many of these fruits or vegetable questions will we see immediately?

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    10 years ago

    *********************Europe***********…

    1. Ireland - corned beef and cabbage

    2. Germany - potatoes and pork, weizen bier

    3. Russia - dark and heavy bread

    4. Demark -porriridge

    5. Poland - Golabki (stuffed cabbage rolls)

    6. Spain - paella

    7. Greece - Dolmathes (stuffed grape leaves), Fricasse (Lamb and Garden Greens in a Creamy Lemon Sauce)

    8. Italy -polenta with parmeasan cheese

    9. Austria- dumplings

    10. Romania - Coibra,mititei, Tochitura, and Mamaliga

    ********************ASIA**************…

    11. Armenia- roasted vegetables and lamb

    12. Iranian - chelokabab

    13. North Korea- rice

    14. South Korea - pekpan, kimch'i

    15. Japan- sushi, tempura

    16. Turkey - kabab

    17. Iraq - wheat, barley and dates

    18. China - fu yung don

    19.Philippines - balut

    20. Thai - tom yum soup, also fish and coconut milk

    *****************AFRICA***************…

    21. Nigeria - lentils, isu (broiled spiced yams)

    22. Kenya - curries , and chapattis, chutneys

    23. Morocco - bisteeya, lamb, olives and figs

    24. Mozambique - matata, seasonal fruits, veggies and roots.

    25. Liberia - palava

    ************************* AUSTRALIA*******************

    26. Australia - lamingtons, meat pies, kangaroos, dingoes, sheilas

    *************************SOUTH AMERICA*********************

    27. Argentina - beef, parrillada,

    28. Chile - humitas (corn that is pureed and cooked in corn husks), pastel de choclo (a corn and meat pie).

    29. Brazil - Feijoada (Meat Stew), Quejadinhas (Coconut and Cheese Snacks)

    **********************NORTH AMERICA**********************

    30. United states great lakes region - german potato salad, buffalo chicken wings, macroni and cheese.

    31. U.S. midwest region - bread pudding, chili, deviled eggs, reuben sandwhich.

    32. U.S. Northest region - succotash, johnnycakes, baked beans, new england clam chowder, \

    33. U. S. Southern region - cornbread, fried chicken, chicken and sausage gumbo, sweet potato pie, collard greens and hamhocks.

    34. U.S. Western Region - artichokes, salsa, apple crisp, blueberry muffins.

    35. Mexico - Frijoles (Beans), Huevos Rancheros (Ranch-Style Eggs), spanish rice, Pico de Gallo (Mexican Salsa)

    ***************CANADA*****************…

    36. Canada - Sauteed fiddleheads, canadian bacon with maple glaze, sweet corn pancakes, Nanaimo Bars.

    37. Canada (french candians) - french pea soup, doughboys (dumplings), French-Canadian Creton (Spicy Pork Pate), Tarte au Sucre (Sugar Pie), Tourtière (Meat Pie), Quebec Poutine

    38. Canada Aboriginals (native canadians) - Pemmican Cakes, Bannock, Man-O-Min (Ojibwa Wild Rice),

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  • 10 years ago

    irish- potatoes

    chinnes-sea food

    english-ham,cheese n bacon

    italians-pasta

    french-

    mexicans-boritos

    nigerians-fufu and ponded yam

    ugandans-matoke

    kenyans-ugali and sukuma wiki

    americans-mc donalds

    jamaicans-bananas,yam,cassava

    ghana-banku

    arabs-rice n dates

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