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As Africa is a large continent, is inhabited by just over a billion people and covers a great geographic and socioeconomic range it is almost impossible to say "what Africa ea…ts". Cultural as well as geographic locality would play a strong role in what food stuff are produced and consumed within a specific local. However, much of Africa is relatively undeveloped, and for this reason it is safe to assume that the bulk of foods are unprocessed and come from primary agriculture. These would include basic/ staple foods such as: Meats: Goat, Lamb, Beef, Pork, Chicken and fish Grains: Corn/ Maize, Wheat, Rice, Sorghum (as well as grain products such as bread) Vegetable's: Beans, Eggplant, Tomato, Potato, Cassava, Cabbage, Peppers Fruit: Mango's, Dates, Papayas Drink: Milk (from various sources), Water, Juice
The Magician's Nephew: (1 'meal') - toffee The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe: (3 meals) - tea, lightly boiled and brown eggs, sardines on toast, buttered toast, toast with… honey, sugar-topped cake. - trout, beer (for Mr. Beaver and possibly Mrs. Beaver as well), a jug of creamy milk (for the 4 Pevensies), potatoes, a lump of butter, sticky marmalade rolls, tea. - lump sugar, tea, ham sandwiches, jug of cream. The Horse and His Boy: (3 meals) - lobsters, salad, snipe (possibly the bird called a snipe?) stuffed with almonds and truffles, a complicated dish of chicken livers and rice and raisins and nuts, cool melons, gooseberry and mulberry fools (some kind of dessert), and white wine. - bacon, eggs, mushrooms, porridge, a jug of cream, coffee, hot milk, toast, and butter. - cold birds, cold game pie, wine, bread, and cheese. Prince Caspian: (3 meals) - pavenders (a type of Narnian fish) and apples. - cakes of oaten meal (oatmeal cakes?), apples, herbs, wine, and cheese. - ASLAN'S FEAST - roasted meats, wheaten cakes, oaten cakes, honey, many colored sugars, thick yet smooth cream, peaches, nectarines, pomegranates, pears, grapes, strawberries, raspberries, pyramids of other fruits, dark wines, thick syrupy wines, clear red wines, yellow wines, green wines, yellow-green wine, and greenish-yellow wine. There were enchanted trees at this feast as well who ate various types of soil, gravel, and some also drank wine. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: (6 meals) - specific foods not mentioned, but it is mentioned they were "royally feasted". - specific foods are again not mentioned, but it's said that it was a great feast. - goat meat and strong wine that needed to be watered down. - mushroom soup, boiled chickens, hot boiled ham and gooseberries, redcurrants, curds, cream, milk, and mead. - turkeys, geese, peacocks, boar's heads, sides of venison, pies, ice puddings, lobster, salmon, nuts, grapes, pineapples, peaches, pomegranates, melons, tomatos, and wine. - fish The Silver Chair: (8 meals) - soups, pavenders (Narnian fish), venison, peacocks, ices, jellies, fruits, nuts, wines, and fruit drinks. - eel stew and tea. - 1 fat wild goose. - cock-a-leekie soup (traditional Scottish soup with chicken and leek), hot roast turkey, steamed pudding, roast chestnuts, and fruit. - the characters ate a Talking Stag. When they found out what they were eating, they felt sick. - pidgeon pie, cold ham, salad, cakes, and wine. - piping hot sausage, mugs of frothy chocolate, roast potatoes, roast chestnuts, baked apples with raisins, and ices. - scrambled eggs and toast. The Last Battle: (3 meals) - wine, cheese, oat-cakes, and fresh butter. - porridge made of mashed stale biscuits. - wild fresney (an edible weed in Narnia), wood pidgeon meat, and rabbit meat.
The typical Egyptian foods are rice, Pita bread (aysh) and fava beans. Special dishes include roasted Ground lamb like kebab , vegetable casserole, and stuffed, grilled pigeon…. Desserts like Ahwa and Baklava are local favorites.
They eat a small beef sausages called Cevapi served on homemade Bosnian pita bread with a side of sour cream and onions (optional). They also eat pies filled with meat, cheese…, potatoes, or spinach called Pita (not the same as pita bread). As well as beef and rice rolled in cabbage leaves called Sarma. Those are just a few.
Fried chicken, Biscuits and Gravy, Grits, Corn Pone and other countrylike foods. Of course because of modern transportation there is no shortage of other goodies like: * …Maine Lobster. * French Toast. * Genoa Salami. * English Muffins. * Canadian Bacon. * Little Neck Clams. * Washington apples. * Florida's orange juice. * Ben and Jerry Ice cream. * Prime Iowa or Omaha beef. * Spam. * Sushi. * Peanuts. * Starbucks. * Gulf shrimp. * Texas Pecans. * Colorado lamb. * California spinach. * Maryland Crab Cakes. * Hatch New Mexico Chilies. * Kansas Sunflower seeds. * Danish and Smithfield ham. * Swiss Cheese with an uncertain origin. * Russian Caviar. * Alaskan King Crab. * Hawaiian Pineapple. McDonalds and Taco Bells are common and Thai and Chinese are readily available. Fine dining establishments exist and Pizza joints and Hot Dogs are even found in the smallest towns.
As you all should know, bananas and coconuts are tropical fruits grown on the island of Jamaica. Jamaicans also eat Jerk, which is a type of a small chicken. Junk food, like s…piders, crickets, and cockroaches are eaten as snacks. You may think eating bugs are gross, but once you try them, they're quite tasty!
In Maharashtra wheat, rice, jowar, vegetables, lentils and fruits are very important parts of the main diet. A couple popular dishes are puran poli, ukdiche Modak and batata w…ada. Other main dishes are ghadichi poli or chapati which is more popular in urban areas and is unleavened bread made of wheat and bhakri which is more common in rural areas and is a bread made from millets like jowar and bajra. A couple of appetizers are vada pav, which is fried mashed potatoes which is eaten in a bun. This is generally referred to as theIndian ersion of our burger and thalipeeth which is a type of spicy pancake and is generally eaten with curd. There's also khichdi which is made from spicy rice and dal with mustard seeds and onions for flavoring.
Meat and vegetables are the two main areas. Ireland is obviously famous for potatoes, and they form a major part of the Irish diet still. They can be cooked in different ways:… Fried, roasted, boiled, baked etc. Other vegetables include things like carrots, cabbage, turnips, sprouts etc. In terms of meat you have pork, beef and lamb as the main ones. You also have chicken and two a lesser extent other fowl. Turkey is common at Christmas and for some other major events and celebrations, but less common in normal situations. Fish is common too and with Ireland's strong Christian beliefs, it is especially popular on Fridays. Ireland is also an island and has lots of rivers, so getting fish is not difficult. Basic fish like cod, haddock, whiting, mackerel, salmon etc. are common. The Irish also eat international foods like Chinese, Indian, Italian etc.
Traditional Swiss foods are based on cheese, potatoes, dried meats and bread. Cheese and meat fondue, raclette, tartiflettes, ara all traditional Swiss dishes.
Liquids and powders can be measured by volume (not by weight) in standard North American measuring spoons.
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venison(wild game), fish, vegetables, nuts and fruits. cornmeal, porridge, beer(it was hard to keep large quantities of distilled water)
SPICY!!!! Punjab is all for whole foods and preparation on high temperatures. their food is rich in vegetables and meat. fish and corn are not the high point on any typical …Punjabi meal.
Tropical fruits, vegetables, nuts, chicken, duck, shrimp dishes.
They like spicy sauces, veggies, fried meat, and seafood. I am sorry i have no other specific info ~kenzie
India has a number of foods, On one hand, you will get the proper five-course meal, complete with the proper ambience and candlelights. While on the other, you will also get t…he roadside junk food. Maharashtrian Thali A thali usually includes two vegetables, a dal, salad, rotis, rice, papad and vadas. Durvankur, Shabari, Krishna, Shreyas are the most prominent eateries. The sitafal rabdi, aloo chee bhaji, jawari bajri bhakri, waal, amti, taak, puri and poli are some of the favorite items. North Indian Food North Indian cuisine is distinguished by the proportionally high use of dairy products; milk, paneer, ghee (clarified butter), and yoghurt (yogurt, yoghourt) are all common ingredients. Gravies are typically dairy-based. Other common ingredients include chilies, saffron, and nuts. Popular dishes include paratha, roti, kebabs, makki ki roti,sarso ka saag, buknu, gujiya, chaat etc. which is served at Lucknowi, Only Parathas and The Great Punjab South Indian Food South Indian cuisine is distinguished by a greater emphasis on rice as the staple grain, the liberal use of coconut and particularly coconut oil and curry leaves, and the ubiquity of sambar and rasam at meals. South Indian food varies wildly from the ubiquitous paper masala dosa, wada sambar and uthappa. Vaishali, Rupali, Coffee House, Dosa Diner are some of the famous restaurants serving south Indian food. Street Stalls Street food is prepared then and there in the open air, is incredibly at low prices and service is quick.There is lack of proper seating. Street food ranges from the original chaat fare through South Indian idlis and dosas, the vada-pau, Moghlai kababs and biryanis, sweets like jalebis, balushahis, and gulab jamuns, snacks such as puri-bhaji or stuffed paratha and innovative dishes such as Frankies and rolls of all shapes and sizes. Gujarati Thali Gujarati cuisine is predominantly vegetarian. A typical Gujarati thali consists of roti, daal or kadhi, rice and sabzi. (a dish made up of different combinations of vegetables and spices, which may be stir fried, curry-like, or even dry boiled). Many gujarati dishes have a blend of sweetness, like Shrikhand, Basundi, Puran Poli etc. Some of the popular restaurants are Zaika, Ashoka and Sukant