Cuisine is a culture also appear in particular region by different types. Each types of cuisine is unique and deserve us to cherish. As they are according to different preference, spirit and tradition to form. That's why we need to explore the inheritance of cuisine culture. Afterwards, I will compare Chinese cuisine, Japanese cuisine and Korean cuisine, then find out the difference and the among them. Firstly, about the culture of Chinese cuisine. It has strong influence on a lots of Asia countries. Carbohydrates is the basic element, such as rice and noodles. Chinese people emphasize the color, smell, taste, meaning and form. As China has different region, it divide lots of styles. But the most well-known are the Cantonese cuisine, Shandong cuisine, Jiangsu cuisine and Szechuan cuisine. Secondly, about the culture of Japanese cuisine. It also based on rice and noodle, such as udon. However, their feature is fresh fish and miso soup. Japanese cuisine tend to use the five basic condiments to enrich the natural flavours of food. The five basic condiments are shoyu, sake, mirin, dashi and salt. There also have some combination of the culture of foreign countries. For example, ramen come from the Chinese and curry come from the British. Thirdly, about the culture of Korean cuisine. It based on rice, meat and vegetable, but their feature is spicy. Korean people are clever, they think that grilled meat is heatiness, as too heatiness may cause damage to body, so they use the cool food such as Kimchi to remove heatiness. Korean cuisine mainly are light and less greasy food. About the differences. Chinese chopsticks, Japanese chopsticks and Korean chopsticks are totally different. Chinese chopsticks have flat head, Japanese chopsticks have pointed head, Korean chopsticks are made by metal. Chinese chopsticks aims to clip foods, as they have contraindication is that they can’t use chopsticks to needle food, and needle food means worship their ancestors. But
CHINA (Chinese Cuisine Lecture)
by Bernadette Olivares
December 10, 2012
Han Chinese 91.5%, Zhuang, Manchu, Hui, Miao, Uyghur, Tujia, Yi, Mongol, Tibetan, Buyi, Dong, Yao, Korean, and other nationalities 8.5% (2000 census)
Daoist (Taoist), Buddhist, Christian 3%-4%, Muslim 1%-2%
note: officially atheist (2002 est.)
Standard Chinese or Mandarin (Putonghua, based on the Beijing dialect), Yue (Cantonese), Wu (Shanghainese), Minbei….
special cuisine. Each cuisine is very different because it can range from the different tastes to the different methods of cooking the food. However Chinese cuisine and American cuisine stand out the most because they are completely different and value different things. Chinese cuisine is a very versatile type of cuisine because there are many styles of Chinese food that make up the Chinese cuisine. These styles of Chinese food originate from the many provinces in China. Like the Chinese cuisine, American….
Preparation and appreciation of food has been developed to the highest level in the country of China. Cooking is considered an art in Chinese culture whereas all other philosophies consider it a craft.
The two main philosophies of the Chinese culture are Confucianism and Taoism. Both influenced China 's history and the Culinary Arts. Confucianism stressed the importance of enjoyment of life involving the art of cooking. If you have a gathering, there must be food….
Chinese Literature and Cuisine
841 Trends in Cuisine & Culture
Chapter One: the food in the ancients’ eyes 5
Chapter Two: Novels 7
Chapter three: Poems 11
Chapter Four: Conclusion 14
Dietetic culture which has its character is an important part of the traditional Chinese culture，and is an important part of world dietetic culture . It is not only materially exists in different kinds of diet schools, but also in….
The History of Chinese Culture and Cuisine
Thesis: Chinese cuisine has been around for thousands of years. I believe Chinese cuisine has influenced our country immensely.
A. Chinese Cuisine
1. Where did it originate
2. Traditional Staples
B. Chinese Culture
A) Chinese New Year
B) Kitchen God
C. Chinese Tea Culture
II. Chinese Cuisine
A. Basic Meats
B. Basic Seasonings
III. Cooking Methods….
Comparison and contrast of characteristics of both the cuisines
Discussion of influences on both the cuisines
Discussion the definition of multi-cultural work nature of food and drink
Food trends 2011 vs 2012
Wasabi is a sushi bar serving only sushi in Phoenix Mall in Viman Nagar, Pune. It serves authentic, traditional sushi. Wasabi is just 6 months old. Initially, there was great response for sushi but now sales….
Comparsion of Japanese and Czech cuisine
with the accent on the traditional dishes
In order to compare the Japanese cuisine and the whole food culture with my nation's I really tried to find any aspects forming at least the slightest connections between them. I almost failed. Similarities Ive found seem to be very fabricated. The only reasonable one should be that cuisine was strongly influenced in the past (for Japanese especially by Chinese, i.e. noodles, dumplings, for Czech mostly by Hungarian….
Chinese Influences on America through Cuisine
Since the 20th century, Chinese food has had an influence on American cuisine, with over 40,000 Chinese restaurants across the country. There are more Chinese restaurants in America than all of the McDonald’s, Burger Kings, and KFC’s combined! The Chinese have taken over the American food kingdom.
The history of Chinese food started in the 1800s, when the Chinese came over to the United States during the Gold Rush. But the Chinese….
The Old, The New: The transformation of Japanese and Korean women
Identity is actually something formed through unconscious processes over time, rather than being innate in consciousness at birth. There is always something 'imaginary' or fantasized about its unity. It always remains incomplete, is always 'in process', always 'being formed'. – Stuart Hall
Today, when we talk about Japanese or Korean women, we picture someone who is educated, who is empowered, who is independent; We picture….
between Japanese and Chinese food. However, no matter how you look at it, there is a plethora of differences between the two.
Japanese food is usually light to the stomach. They are generally considered to be healthier than Chinese foods. It is because the latter makes use of too much grease in their food preparations along with the standard inclusion of carbohydrate foods rice and noodles. Nevertheless, Japanese food also includes some rice meals but perhaps not to the extent as of Chinese food….