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A Gourmet Trip Unit Unit Twelve
12-3 SITUATION BEFORE READING READING VOCABULARY OR TERM EXTRA READING SENTENCE PATTERN LANGUAGE SKILL DIALOGUE WRITING GRAMMAR TIP GUIDE REMINDER Unit Unit Twelve
12-4 SITUATION Home The food in Taiwan is very attractive to people visiting the island, especially since it is so ethnically varied. Some food is unique to Taiwan.Try to introduce this unique food to people. Tip: You should know the contents or ingredients of the food and the way of cooking it.
12-5 SITUATION Home Zongci-a traditional dumpling for Dragon Boat Festival
12-6 BEFORE READING Home Learn the ingredients of food. Using your dictionary or by asking a teacher, try to match the following ingredients with the correct Chinese word.
12-7 BEFORE READING Home a.10 b. 8 c. 2 d. 5 e. 3 f. 11 g. 6 h. 7 i. 1 j. 14 k. 13 l. 15 m. 16 n. 5 o. 9 p. 12 q. 17
12-8 GUIDE REMINDER Home Coffin plate, Jhou Shrimp Roll, milkfish, preserved candies, Anping Bean Curd Pudding “Coffin plate” with a somewhat daunting name is a kind of sandwich that is shaped l ike a coffin. It is a deep fried thick-toast containing a mix of chicken, peas, carrots, cuttlefish and milk. Reading Ⅰ 1
12-9 GUIDE REMINDER Home The ingredients of “Jhou Shrimp Roll” are fish batter, then, minced pork, shrimp, celery, and allium. The ingredients are mixed together and then wrapped in a sheet of bean curd to form a roll. After that, the roll is deep-fried until it turns golden, with a distinct flavor of shrimp. 2
12-10 GUIDE REMINDER Home Milkfish are delicious prepared in all kinds of ways, including steamed, braised, grilled, fried or boiled with sauce. The fish belly, skin, and fish batter have become useful ingredients for different styles of cooking. 3
12-11 GUIDE REMINDER Home Preserved candies are made of fruit that were first dehydrated with salt, flavored with sugar or Chinese herbs, and then exposed to the sun to dry. The taste is often sour and sweet, for most of the fruit is still green. 4
12-12 GUIDE REMINDER Home Anping Bean Curd Pudding tastes tender and soft. Adding various flavors, such as red beans or lemons to the pudding makes for a different and tasty treat. 5
12-13 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home Read the following words out loud with a teacher, or read them on your own. Gourmet food in Tainan (Reading I) appetite [ '$pD`tA0t ] n. -- A feeling of great desire for something, often for food.
12-14 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home paradise [ 'p$rD`dA0s ] n. -- An ideal place or state of excellent or delight in all aspects. gourmet [ 'E?rme ] n. -- An expert or people of searching for or appreciate good food.
12-15 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home daunting [ 'dCnt0H ] adj. -- Discouraging through fear. vendor [ 'vGndQ ] n. -- Someone who sells or exchanges goods or services for money on streets.
12-16 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home ingredient [ 0n'Erid0Dnt ] n. -- Food that is a component of a mixture in cooking. batter [ 'b$tQ ] n. -- A think liquid flour mixture.
12-17 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home mince [ m0ns ] v. -- Cut into small pieces. bean curd [ k"d ] n. -- A coagulated (transformed from a liquid of bean into a soft semisolid or solid mass) liquid resembling milk curd.
12-18 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home cuisine [ kw0'zin ] n. -- The practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared. preserves [ pr0'z"vz ] n. -- Fruit preserved by sugar or salt.
12-19 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home dehydrate [ di'hA0`dret ] v. -- Remove water from. flavor [ 'flevQ ] v. ； n. -- To give flavor to ; a substance that flavors.
12-20 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home expose [ 0k'spoz ] v. -- To put or show somewhere, make visible or apparent. syrup [ 's0rDp ] n. -- A thick sweet sticky liquid.
12-21 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home nutrition [ nju'tr0NDn ] n. -- Source of materials to nourish the body (to make the body healthy)
12-22 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home A Stay in a Bunun Village; Taitung (Reading II) starch [ stArtN ] n. -- Powder or spray made chiefly from cereals and potatoes ; the mix of powder and water. scrape [ skrep ] v. -- Scratch or rub repeatedly.
12-23 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home shred [ NrGd ] n. -- tear into small and long piece. snack [ sn$k ] n. -- A light informal meal.
12-24 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home omelette [ 'Aml0t ] n. -- Beaten eggs or an egg mixture cooked until just set; may be folded. glutinous rice [ 'Elut0nDs ][ rA0s ] n. -- A kind of rice having the sticky properties as cooked.
12-25 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home stinky [ 'st0Hk0 ] adj. -- Very bad smell. brine [ brA0n ] n. -- Water containing salts. season [ 's0zn ] v. -- To flavor, give flavor to.
12-26 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home savoury [ 'sevDr0 ] adj. -- Having an agreeably pungent (biting and spicy) taste. tapioca [ `t$p0'orD ] n. -- Cassava (some kind of plants) starch used to thicken especially puddings or made to a food.
12-27 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home shave [ NDv ] v. -- To cut closely. flaky [ 'flek0 ] n. -- Made of or easily forming flakes (a small fragment of something broken off from the whole).
12-28 VOCABULARY OR TERM Home pastry [ 'pestr0 ] n. -- Any of various baked foods made of dough or batter.
12-29 SENTENCE PATTERN Home a. ….form into….. … become…… ….take the shape of…. Example: The tropical depression suddenly formed into a typhoon off Taiwan Island. The tropical depression suddenly became a typhoon off Taiwan Island. The tropical depression suddenly took the shape of a typhoon off Taiwan Island.
12-30 SENTENCE PATTERN Home b. ……seasoned with ….. ……flavored with…… Example: The fish was seasoned with sugar and vinegar. The fish was flavored with sugar and vinegar.
12-31 LANGUAGE SKILL Home Explain a local food to a foreign friend. 1. Tell him/her what the name of the food is in local language. Like “ This is Yi-mien in Chinese.” 2. Inform him/her what the ingredients of the food are “Steamed bun is made from flour” 3. How to make the food? “Dongshan Duck heads are deep-fried first, and then are braised with soy and herb sauce”.
12-32 LANGUAGE SKILL Home 4. What flavors are good for the food? “The chicken rice is often flavored with chicken oil and fried shallots.” 5. Try to connect the food to a similar food known in the world if possible. “Kua-Pau is a kind of Taiwanese sandwich; pork and preserved vegetables are stuffed in a bun.
12-33 GRAMMAR TIP Home the superlative adjective
12-34 GRAMMAR TIP Home E. G. ˇ Jade Mountain is the highest one that I have ever visited in the world. × Jade Mountain is the highest one which I have ever visited in the world. ˇ The aboriginal people in Taiwan will support any candidate that loves their cultures in the election. × The aboriginal people in Taiwan will support any candidate who loves their cultures in the election.