Presentation on theme: "Some things to think about… Food is often linked to a countrys identity. Why are countries linked to certain dishes? How we act whilst eating and drinking."— Presentation transcript:
Some things to think about… Food is often linked to a countrys identity. Why are countries linked to certain dishes? How we act whilst eating and drinking will be different from country to country. Why does this etiquette differ between countries? Food and our table manners show our ethnic and cultural diversity. Will these differences exist in the future? What might change them?
Put one to ten in the back of your book. Which country do you associate the following dishes with?
1 But also a popular dish in New Zealand, Australia and Belgium.
2 Sometimes mistaken to be just raw fish, but Sushi is vinegared rice with a variety of fillings and toppings.
3 Not a common dish in France, favourite in some Chinese regions. Also an origin of the ethnic slur of frogs.
4 Made popular throughout the world by McDonalds. The term originates from Hamburg in Germany, brought to the United States by German immigrants passing through the port city.
5 A general term used for a variety of spicy dishes from across Asia. The term koora was mistaken by British colonists, this means gravy or stew of a vegetable.
6 Made from rice and wheat they are popular across South East Asia. Arabs and Italians also claim to be the first to create the dish.
7 Means sour cabbage but is also a national dish of the Czech Republic. It is also popular in other central and eastern European countries. Also the origin of the English ethnic slur.
8 Though popular throughout the World, pizza originates from the 18 th Century when it was popular for poor people to put tomato on their yeast based flat bread.
9 Popular throughout Britain on a Friday and Saturday evening, the term means rotating meat. Kebab is a general term for a variety of dishes from Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
10 The name for a variety dishes. Legend say that tapas started when King Alfonso the Wise was recovering from illness by drinking wine and eating small dishes of food between meals.
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In 2005 Mr Cassidy travelled to Japan, the country had many different ways of doing things! One area of life that was different has table manners or etiquette.
How we are supposed to act during eating and drinking differs from country to country, it highlights our cultural and ethnic diversity. Can you match up the dominoes in the correct order?
Some of your favourite dishes are probably not British at all and have been influenced by other cultures. Task Think of your five favourite dishes. Research their origins. Produce an A4 poster including A world map showing the country of origin of each dish. An image of each dish. A brief piece of text about how the dish developed or was brought to the U.K..
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