Pizza as a food has its roots in some Greek flatbread dishes, as later developed primarily in Naples (now Italy). The addition of tomato sauce came about a century after the first tomatoes were brought back from Central America by Spanish explorers.
The precise history of the pizza and its origin will never be known, but here is what we know about the Italian pizza history:
The Earl of Sandwich invented the sandwich in England in 1762. However, there's some disagreement involved with this widely accepted fact.
a chicken will reach near full size in 20 to 22 weeks unlike production barns were a bird will hit full size in 6 to 8 weeks
It makes you very sick if you eat to much
Lemon chicken is typically associated with Chinese cuisine.
In addition, a number of Italian dishes are sometimes referred to as 'lemon chicken'.
I think Leonard Dilinger created solar cooking in 1932. He was installing a window in his home when he put the window on the ground and it reflected the suns beams onto his lunch his wife had made him.
Cooks used spoons, knives, and forks. The forks were not usually used at the table in the Early Middle Ages, but they were used in the kitchen. Cooks also used saws to cut through bone.
They had pots and pans, including a lot of pots made of ceramic. Cooking was done over fires, so they used spits and grates. They had dome shaped covers to cover fires on braziers, but I am not sure how these were used. They had hooks hanging from the ceiling to hang pots from over fires.
They had tables and counters and blocks for everything from cutting to working dough. They used mortars and pestles, and they pounded meat with hammers to tenderize it.
Cooking was done over open fires, but baking was done in ovens, some of which were outside. The ovens required gear for raking embers and ashes, shovels and so on.
Some cooks, and especially bakers, had to be very precise in measurements, so they had scales for weighing things. They also would have had measuring cups.
I cannot recall their having sifters, but I would imagine they did.
They churned butter, and made cheese, so some had cheese presses, cheese molds, cheese cloth, and churns.
The sausage has been around for thousands of years, but the idea of serving it on a bun seems to be only a little over 100 years old. No need for a plate or utensils. You could eat your 'Coney dog' while walking through the amusement park/
Cassoulet is a French dish, of white beans cooked into a stew or casserole. It typically contains pork, sausage, mutton, goose, or duck and pork skin. It is traditionally cooked in a deep, round earthenware dish that has slanted sides. It has been traced back as far as the 1300's in France.
tuna (eww) :L
these are just a few, you can really have anything you fancy :L
As a Canadian, I can vouch that in fact we do eat macaroni and cheese such as Kraft Dinner. I personally prefer homemade macaroni and cheese. It can be a survival tactic for those in university and college who know no other way of preparing a meal.
There its food are normal like the other US places, as the place isd very famour for tourism multi- national food cuisine can be senn along the beach road way, Indonesia and India even. exclusinve restaurants.
Canada! by a local family farm millsmills.ca; USA, Europe, Middle East... It's also known in history to be grown in Spain, Germany, Switzerland. Pretty much anywhere that can grow wheat successfully can grow spelt
Native people in polar regions traditionally eat caribou meat, moose meat, bison meat, fish, seal meat, and whale meat. People who live in the city or towns can work as bush pilots who fly supplies and food into the villages.
USA, chile, new zeland
Archaeologists know that among many other wild fruits like persimmon and grapes, plums and blackberries, the Apalachees' had been eating the fruit of the passionflower.
The most important foods in the Apalachee diet were corn, beans, and squash (the "three sisters") which they supplemented with sunflower seeds, wild grapes, acorns, hickory nuts, blackberries, maypop, and other wild plants. In addition to fishing and gathering shellfish, the Apalachee hunted deer, bear, panther, rabbit, squirrel, opossum, turtle, and wild turkey.
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Alcapurrias come from Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has a mix of Taino indigenous, African, and Spanish influences. Alcapurrias were created in Puerto Rico due to the mix of all three cultures. Some of the vegetation used in alcapurria was introduced to the spanish colonist by the Taino Indians (origanal inhabitants of Puerto Rico); such as yuca/casava. Most alcapurrias are made out of green banana, which comes from Africa. The beef used in alcapurria comes from Spain. Cows are not native to Puerto Rico. The method of deep frying mainly comes from Europe (Spain is in Europe). So all of these influences in Puerto Rico are what helped create the alcapurria. Which are so yummy!
In North America, crab apples are harvested in late summer or fall.
you might get a bad disease so you might not wanna eat it you could possibly die
ANS 2 - There is absolutely nothing wrong with beef that is aged properly to 7 days.
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