Three meals a day- breakfast, lunch, and dinner- is the standard in both countries. In most of China, rice is the staple crop and eaten on almost any occasion, but wheat products such as noodles and dumplings are more popular in the North. (Worldbook) For the majority of Americans, the day always starts out with coffee, followed by a small breakfast of carbohydrates or dairy products; different kinds of cereal are considered the basic American breakfast food. In northern China, breakfast usually consists of noodles or wheat bread, whereas rice porridge is the standard breakfast in the South. (everyculture.com) Chinese lunches usually include vegetables with bits of meat, and rice or noodles, sometimes accompanied by egg rolls or stuffed dumplings.
For an example, Zimmerman (2017) states, “In the North of Italy, fish, potatoes, rice, sausages, pork and different types of cheeses are the most common ingredients. Pasta dishes with tomatoes are popular, as are many kinds of stuffed pasta, polenta and risotto.” She also explains that the southern parts of Italy they eat more tomato based pasta dishes. In these dishes they include eggplants, artichokes, garlic, and many other in season vegetables. Central Italy eats the food that Americans typically think of, such as pizza, spaghetti, and
Japan’s unique cuisine, which has a long history, is based on seafood, vegetables, beef, noodles but many Japanese dishes are made of rice. About a half a century ago, rice was enjoyed only on special occasions, such as during some festivals, ceremonies, at funerals and weddings. However, today white rice is one of the most used ingredients in Japanese meals. As this indispensable type of food is consumed in daily Japanese diet, the largest part of its agriculture is aimed at production of rice. Every year, almost all of Japanese farms cultivate rice.
As an appetizer it is sauteed with onions and garlic and served with tomatoes or green mangoes. In rural areas, bagoong is eaten with vegetables, and, especially in the coastal regions, it is often the main source of protein in the diet. (REF) PRODUCTION PROCESS OF FISH PASTE IN PHILIPPINES Bagoong is produced mainly in an artisanal
Follow me and I will bring you into my Chinese pastries world. Area (south& north) Now, I am going to introduce you some famous pastries in south of China. One of the famous baked pastries in China is Egg tart. People usually eat it at breakfast time. Not only bakery, most of the restaurants sell it in breakfast time.
For a dish inspired by the Philippines, add some ground cumin to our Adobo Seasoning and rub in on steak or fish as a marinade before firing up the grill. Usage: An excellent spice for rice dishes, curries, stuffing’s, sauces and marinades, particularly for Middle Eastern dishes. It can use in breads and even in some sweet baked goods. 5. Turmeric
It is 11:18 A.M. on a regular school day, and I am anxiously monitoring the clock, hoping that the bell will ring announcing the end of fourth period and the start of lunch. I expect my lunchbox to contain the usual tuna salad and sleeve of saltine crackers. After what seems like an eternity, my science teacher dismisses the class, and I am nearly skipping on my way to the cafeteria, attracting the unwanted stares of my judgemental peers. It seems like I am the only one happy to eat the same lunch every day. My friends have already unpacked their lunches and are admiring each other’s cooking skills.
They serve burgers, pizzas, pastas, ribs, stone bowl rice, and also house snacks. Despite many other competitors that already existed earlier than Zinox Bar & Grill, many of the locals said they serve the best grill pork ribs. The company will only accept reservations of a minimum 6 persons above, reservation is only available from Monday to Friday. For weekend, they only accept walk-in customers. This system was implemented because it would be fairer to other customers who have waited for a long queue on weekends.
Kadillak’s consist of cream cheese, chicken, spinach and jalapeno. Our group left as we did not want tamales. However, as we were walking back to my car, the owner came out and apologized insisting that we return and he would make us some tacos. Their options of tacos were bacon & egg, ham & egg, weenie & egg, potato & egg, Papa la Mexicana, potato & chorizo, chorizo & bean, carne guisada, barbacoa, pork chop, fajita, and asada tacos. Wow, they were the best tacos we have ever had as the tortilla tasted homemade.
Jang Jo rim- Is so much popular dish in Korean, this can served as sidedish with rice. It is Typically typically made with flank steak and marinated in soy sauce. It is similar to Filipino food adobo. Kare-kare- Another traditional Filipino dish made form peanuts, meats and vegetables it is one of the best dish in the Philippines (Alejandro, 2008). Koreans- Are the top nationality that always visits Philippines.