Is there any Italian traditions at meal times?
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It is the sunnah (a practice preferred because Prophet Muhammad, God bless him and grant him peace, did it) to break the fast with dates and water. The iftar meal, most often taken just after sunset or immediately after the maghreb (early evening) prayer, varies greatly from one culture to anot…her, even from one Arab city to another, so it cannot be said that there is one traditional meal. It very often includes soup, vegetables, meat, juice, and tea, but there is no single religious or cultural rule. (MORE)
Jamaican dishes are certainly some of the most attractive and delicious meals to grace any table; especially if the meals are for a special occasion. Christmas is one very special time of the year for Jamaicans, as is the case for so many other nationalities. Some of the Jamaican traditional Christm…as dishes include: Fruit Cake Sorrel Drink Ginger Beer Roasted Ham Rice and Peas (MORE)
In Armenia, Christmas is celebrated on January 6. The traditionalmeal includes a Christmas pudding called Anooshaboor and ham.Dessert is dried fruits.
A traditional Japanese meal consists of grilled fish or chicken, pickled vegetables, edamame (soy bean pods), gyoza (dumplings) and of course rice. This meal is normally served in a bento box, it is a box shaped container and can be a delicately hand crafted one or a simple disposable plastic box.
In Armenia, the traditional Christmas Eve meal consists of fried fish, lettuce, and spinach. The meal is traditionally eaten after the Christmas Eve service, in commemoration of the supper eaten by Mary on the evening before Christ's birth.
Buon appetito is an Italian equivalent of 'Have a good meal'. In the word by word translation, the masculine adjective 'buono' means 'good'. The masculine gender noun 'appetito' means 'appetite'. The phrase is pronounced 'BWOH-nahp-pay-TEE-toh'.
Very few Japanese are Christian and thusly they don't celebrate Christmas. New Years is a much bigger deal in Japan.
They have a special meal, which is pretty similar to the British traditional chiristmas day meal.
A tradional Thanksgiving meal usually has turkey, mash potatoes, stuffing, corn, and cranberries. There reason for that is because it is a tradition the pilgrims established at the first Thanksgiving. Pie is a hit or miss. Your thanksgiving will probably be the same with or with out pie.
There is no traditional Christmas meal, however, most Japanese people buy (generally, strawberry shortcake) Christmas cake.
A traditional meal they eat in Armenia is rice mixed with raisins and fish together.
Muslims live in every country and culture in the world, so dietary practices vary widely.. In Ramadan, the pre-fasting meal is called suhoor; the fast-breaking meal is called iftar. However, the particular menu of these meals varies widely. Most Muslims break the fast with dates, if they have them,… but this is not required. (MORE)
Lamb soup, and for seconds, roast lamb with potatoes, red cabbage and any other side dish.. I will add: traditionally, lamb, ham, and eggs are served for Easter. The ham and eggs are usually served boiled, and the ham is eaten with horseradish sauce. Many elaborate desserts are also served as part …of the Easter meal - baked braided sweet breads and the like. (MORE)
MÃ¤mmi. It's a rough, black pudding looking dessert which is sometimes mistaken for chocolate pudding until one tastes it and disappoints.
Bulgarians celebrate the Orthodox Easter. They have special Easter breads, painted eggs and lamb for Easter.
In Panama, Easter celebrations begins Thursday at noon when mostoffices are closed to business, and from that moment until Sunday,people donÃ¢??t buy, nor drink alcohol. Then, in Sunday, theyprepare a drink called Ã¢??chimemeÃ¢?? which is prepared by mixingmilk, corn and rice, and is seasoned …with cinnamon, and then theyproceed to share it with their families. People also organize bigparties called Ã¢??MatanzasÃ¢?? where they take a pig or a cow andthen proceed to sacrifice it, cook it and eat it with all of theirguests, accompanied by a good drink. (MORE)
They eat many different things. It depends on who makes it and when you make it. They have quite alot of different rice dishes. They put fish, and occaisionally chicken or beef in their rish dishes. But remember, the Chinese don't eat alot of meat, with the exception of fish ( sushi) Hope i could he…lp! (MORE)
"Benedici Signore noi e il cibo che stiamo per prendere, fÃ che non manchi mai a nessuno in nessuna parte del mondo, specialmente ai bambini" that means approximately "Bless us o Lord and the food we are going to have, let it not to lack to anyone anywhere in the world, especially to children"… (MORE)
Some staple foods are chupatties [a flabread , which can be plain or seasoned ], lots of rice , ghee , which is clarified butter and delicious . lots of vegetables, generally no beef for the Hindus and no pork for the Muslims. Fowl of all types, fish , and yogurt . The biggest differences are the se…asonings. (MORE)
There is no "traditional" meal eaten at Christmas in Australia.Christmas dinner in Australia varies, often according to which partof Australia one lives in, and one's personal cultural heritage. Many Australians enjoy a traditional roast turkey, duck or chicken,and roast ham or honey-glazed ham is …popular. This may be cooked inan oven, or on the "Weber" barbeque outside, along with roastpotatoes, pumpkin and other trimmings. Others may take to the nearest park or beach, and simply cook up abarbeque there, consisting of a variety of meats. Beachside parksare particularly popular on Christmas Day. Prawns, crabs and salads are also very popular. Australians eatmore seafood around Christmas time than at any other time of year,with many specialist seafood outlets taking orders for prawns toensure supply meets demand. Note: Australians do not eat "shrimp on the barbie"; Australians eat prawns ,not shrimp, and very few people waste good prawns by throwing themon the barbeque. For desserts, Christmas cakes based on the heavy fruit cakes andpuddings as made in Britain (and usually served with custard, creamor ice cream) are also popular, as are fruit mince pies. Theever-popular pavlova with fresh cream and fruit is often consumed,as are flavoured ice creams and "Christmas logs", made with icecream, chocolate, nuts and various other things. Trifle is alsocommon, as is fruit salad. Generally, because Australia is so multi-cultural, there is a widerange of foods available that conform with Christmas traditions theworld over. (MORE)
lunch can be a large meal in Italy about 1pm, but dinner can be be large too around 8pm. My sister who lives in Italy would say the evening meal.
Usually, in the morning for breakfast, noon for lunch, and later in the evening for dinner.
Typically most Italian's still eat this way : small breakfast if any or just coffee, large meal at 1pm , then dinner at about 8pm.
Italians eat their main meal over the lunch hour . Their breakfast and their dinner tend to be smaller than the equivalents in the United States of America. Oftentimes, families plan a little nap after the main meal. This keeps people inside during the heat of the day, and gives them energy to get …work done and have fun during the cooler afternoon and evening. (MORE)
Chicken Fried Steak, Chicken and Dumplings, Fried Chicken, Fried Pork Chops, Collard Greens, rice and stewed tomatoes, Cornbread
In qualsiasi momento is an Italian equivalent of 'any time'. The words in Italian are pronounced 'een kwahl-see-AH-see moh-MEHN-toh'. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'in' means 'in'. The adjective 'qualsiasi' means 'any'. The masculine gender noun 'momento' means 'minute, mo…ment, time'. (MORE)
There is no truly traditional meal in Australia. Because Australia was "built on the sheep's back", lamb has becomeone of the more common foods, traditionally served as a Sundayroast. In modern times, the trend has moved away from lamb, with beef andpork being more popular, and chicken the most po…pular of all.However, sales of lamb for Australia Day celebrations still remainhigh, so people do tend to associate lamb with Australia. The food most considered "traditional" in Australia now is anythingbarbequed - steak, sausages, chops, roasts, etc. (MORE)
Italian, just like most Europeans, usually eat their largest meal at noon, though in some areas this is changing to the evening meal.
For the plebs, this may have been the wife of the family, but we do know that in the patrician class, slaves were the ones in the kitchen cooking while the family entertained any guests that came to eat the "CENA".
Yes Lasagna (or lasagne) is definitely an Italian meal depending on what part of Italy the recipe originates it consists of alternate layers of pasta, cheese, a sauce, and other ingredients.
yes i think so . Spain is a country of many regions. There is no one food that can be called traditional in all of Spain except bread.
Italians usually have breakfast as soon as they wake up, lunch at 1o'clock and dinner at 8 o' clock in the evening. people also have snacks in between.
" Buon pasto " is an Italian equivalent of "nice meal." Specifically, the masculine adjective " buon "* means "good, nice." The masculine noun " pasto " means "meal." The pronunciation is "bwohn PAH-stoh." *The masculine adjective actually is " buono ." But the final " o " drops before a noun t…hat begins with a consonant. (MORE)
Cous-cous is considered to be the Tunisian National Dish. All Tunisians are convinced their version of this dish, hugely popular throughout North Africa and the Middle East, is the most authentic and delicious of all. Please follow the link below for a version of 'Tunisian' cous-cous. Please …note: Recipe link may vary from any other such ' authentic ' version. Please do not address your protests to the answer's author. (MORE)
it depends on the religion or beliefs your family has. a traditional meal includes a antipasta if you are eating formal.
It it traditional to eat potato pancakes (latkes) or jelly donuts (sufganiot), but there is no "traditional meal" on Hanukkah.
Un pasto is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "a meal." The masculine singular cardinal number/indefinite article and noun also translate into English as "one meal." The pronunciation will be "oon PA-sto" in Italian.
They sit down, say there prayers to Buddha (if Buddhist), They then say Ching-Nyou- Zhaitou, Chaihow(a prayer for good faith in Chinese tradition). They then serve the cat warm with the juices still in it. After they are done, they throw their plates out the window to show good faith.
" Buon pasto " is an Italian equivalent of "great meal." Specifically, the masculine singular adjective " buon , buono "* means "good." The masculine singular noun " pasto " means "meal." Its singular definite article is " il " ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is " un , uno " ("a, one"). … The pronunciation is "bwohn PAH-stoh." *The final vowel " o " of " buono " drops before a noun that begins with a consonant. (MORE)
The traditional food in east is Rice and curry, the traditional food in the west is cheeseburger, salad and bread and peanut butter and pizza, pasta and lasagna
Italians eat lots of fish and seafood. infact, one of their large holidays is called "the 7 fishes" and is celebrated on Christmas eve. bronzino is a fish typical of Italian cuisine. its often covered in course salt and baked whole. the salt forms a sort of shell and it is usually cracked open and… fileted at the table. Italians also often put tuna fish into their red sauce and serve it over spaghetti. it sounds strange but it is delicous and very popular especially during lent. calamari is squid. it is often served battered and fried, sauted in a red sauce with chopped vegetables, or stuffed also in a red sauce. smelts are a small fish and they get breaded and fried. (MORE)
Several. Sopa de frijoles, enchiladas, Baleadas, arroz y frijoles, platano maduros con huevo, sopa de caracol etc, etc
Originating in the 16th century, antipasto literally means 'before the pasta' and is the perfect prelude to either an elegant meal
Pasta-based meals - though actually making your own pasta requires a certain amount of skill and/or the right tools; pasta chefs are their own discipline. Pizza is also simple to make - easiest with a ready-made base, but it is not so difficult to make your own bread base, and it can be very rewardi…ng to produce something so tasty with your own hands. Spaghetti Bolognese is possibly one of the quickest and simplest meals to cook with ready-made pasta: Brown some mince in a pan, add tomato sauce/puree and chopped onions/mushrooms/herbs (and anything else you fancy). Add garlic according to personal taste. Simmer and stir. Meanwhile, boil some pasta (preferably spaghetti). Some prefer the spaghetti to have a little 'bite' ('al dente'), but spaghetti is usually boiled until it is able to stick to a vertical surface. It's all down to personal preference. Drain the spaghetti and scoop onto plates, add the meat sauce, grate some cheese (preferably parmesan) onto it, and serve with some (garlic) bread. A healthy, tasty meal that takes minutes to prepare! Obviously, the quality of the ingredients can make all the difference... (MORE)
There is no specific traditional Islamic meal. All food styles are allowed for Muslims to eat except what specifically declared as for bidden. Refer to question below.
It depends what you are looking for. You could say Meat Pies, Bangers (sausages) and Mash potato, steak or practically anything that is cooked on a BBQ. . The barbeque does indeed offer a traditional Australian meal. However, if one is looking for a meal to cook and serve indoors, then tradition…al Australian fare would include roast lamb, with potatoes, pumpkin (preferably roasted as well) and peas. (MORE)
When Australia was first settled, the most common foods were beefand mutton, which is the cut of an older sheep (definitely notlamb). Mutton stew was one of the most common foods. BecauseAustralia was "built on the sheep's back", lamb soon became one ofthe more common foods, traditionally served as …a Sunday roast. In modern times, the trend has moved away from lamb, with beef andpork being more popular, and chicken the most popular of all.However, sales of lamb for Australia Day celebrations still remainhigh, so people do tend to associate lamb with Australia. The food most considered "traditional" in Australia now is anythingbarbequed - steak, sausages, chops, roasts, etc. (MORE)
i love wwe wrestling woo woo woo you know it , anyway i think that the french eat frogs legs but not all the time because the french also eat pizzas and pastries !
in england the main traditional meal is a sunday roast dinner hope this has helped you xx
Ham is considered to be a good food for a celebration because it is thought by many Christians to be a choice, delicious cut of meat. The tradition of cooking a ham for Easter seems to be more common in the USA than in Europe where lamb would be the celebratory meat. The lamb signifying the lamb of …God (Christ) and the return of new life (the resurrection) the last being the reason for Easter Eggs that is the promise of new life. (MORE)