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    In comparison to the northern colonies, the southern colonies were quite numerous in their agricultural diet and failed to have a central region of culture. The uplands and the lowlands created up the two main elements of the southern colonies. The slaves and poor of the south typically ate an identical diet, that consisted of the many of the native New World crops. salt-cured or smoke-cured pork typically supplement the vegetable diet. Rural poor typically ate squirrel, possum, rabbit and alternative

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    Soul Food Research Paper

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    enjoy from time to time. African American Registry states that in order to understand

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    Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café, one of my finest works. Who am I? I am the author Fannie Flagg. I’ve been writing since the fifth grade, when I wrote, produced, directed and starred in a three-act comedy titled “The Whopee Girls”. It made the audience laugh, but it got me expelled because it had the word “martini” in it. I’ve always had dry wit. I then entered a Miss Alabama contest winning a scholarship to the Pittsburg Playhouse. I was the only girl who failed ballet. When I was

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    as well as part of a whole.  The memory that I believe gives a very personal insight into the author's identity details her mother's down home, southern cooking and the imprints, that her cooking impressed on her.  In this exert, Ray describes her mothers cooking. My mother was a simple cook.  She prepared foods she'd been raised on, plain Southern fare-rice, gravy, sliced tomatoes, turnip greens, cornpone, grits, eggs, chicken and dumplings, pot roast, ham, field peas, lima beans, potato

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    Good Ol’ Southern Food: The Ins and Outs of Preparing a Southern Feast There is just something about Southern Cooking, something about the women who’ve mastered it, and something about what it represents. A Southern Feast represents time spent in careful preparation and an almost entire region of people that didn’t get the memo about cholesterol. Southern cooking brilliantly displays a community that still remains untouched by at least some of the craziness in the world around us. Things move

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    California Cuisine

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    largest agricultural powerhouse and farm income in the United States by providing for consumers over two hundred types of crops; and represents about 73% of the state's agricultural revenues collected from crops (Economy of California, 2009). The perception of Californian cuisine is based on the fact that California has lots of agricultural products from which a variety of fresh ingredients are made. The foundation of today’s Californian cuisine and how it has flourished in to its current style can

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    shared identities and symbolizes religious and group customs. In the early 17th and 18th centuries, this mere means of subsistence was considered as a class maker but developed to become a symbol of national identity in the 19th centuries. In the United States, food has been influenced by various cultures such as Native American, Latin America, and Asian cultures. Consequently, Americans have constantly Americanized the foods of different cultures to become American foods. The process on how Americans

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    Chinese cuisine is actually like. In comparison to restaurants and cuisine in China, entrees served at Panda Express are completely American and actually digress from Chinese culture. The recipes and ingredients used at Panda Express are distinguishably noticeable and highly dissimilar from authentic Chinese meals. Not only does Panda Express serve foods that adapt to American tastes, specific dishes are created to cater to the average American palate. Many people all over the United States identify

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    some seafood dish, stir-fried steamed or raw vegetable dish and Vietnamese-style soup with Prepared soy sauce and fish sauce for dipping purposes. All dishes apart from the individual bowls of rice are communal and to be shared. Northern Vietnamese cuisine is not bold in any particular flavor - sweet, salty, spicy, bitter, or sour. Most Northern Vietnamese foods feature a light and balanced flavor that result from subtle combinations of many different flavoring ingredients. The use of meats such as

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    Austrian cuisine is strongly influenced by its neighboring countries Italy, Hungary, Bohemia, Germany, the Balkans, as well as the former Austro-Hungarian Empire and wars in the Austrian regions. While most people only think of Viennese food when thinking of Austrian food as a whole, there are distinct differences in the different region’s traditional dishes. The following will explore the popular dishes of these regions, as well as their influences. Austria's Historical Influences Before going

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