Spain special food special occasions.ppt

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Comenius 2011-2013, project: An extra place at table or know each other through food, Spanish "Special food for special occasions" by: CEIP Tierra de Campos - Spain. The fourth meeting in Turkey - Oct 2013.

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Spain special food special occasions.ppt

  1. 1. Food for special days Banned food
  2. 2. 1. Christmas celebrations 2. Carnival 3. All saint`s day ( 1 of november) 4. Easter week 5. Birthdays 6. Weddings 7. Baptisms 8. Communions 9. How we celebrate the birthdays in the school
  3. 3. Christmas eve Christmas day New year day Twelfth night
  4. 4.  The typical courses of this special dinner are shellfish, fish ( sea bream, gilt head bream, see bass, hake), lamb, turkey, ham  To drink it is drunk wine, cider and cava (spanish sparkling wine similar to french champagne)  After dinner it is eaten the typical christmas sweets ( nougat candy, marzipan, polvoron…)
  5. 5. Baked sea bream Roasted lamb
  6. 6. Ham Turkey Shellfish
  7. 7.  In the Christmas holidays is very usually to have drinks for toasting with the friends and family  The most common drink is the Cava, which is a sparkling wine  In Spain the Cava has certificate of origin from the Autonomous community of Cataluña cava
  8. 8.  In the Christmas holidays are very typical sweets made with almonds  The most important sweets in Christmas are: the nougat candy, the marzipan and polvorones Polvorones Nougat Candy Marzipan
  9. 9. The Christmas day is celebrated with a food similar to the Christmas eve
  10. 10.  The last day of the year is celebrated the New year day.  The dinner is usually fish, shellfish, lamb and christmas sweets.  The new year day it is taken liquors and cava for celebrating the new year  After dinner the 31 of december, according to the tradition, twelve grapes eaten at midnight on New year`s Eve in Puerta del Sol ( Madrid) or watching T.V  After people wish each other happy New year with cava 12 UVASCAVA
  11. 11.  The first day of the year is holiday is Spain and is celebrated eating with the family.  The food for this day is usually fish, lamb,piglet, ham, etc.
  12. 12.  It is the night from the 5 to the 6 of January, kids  Get gifts from the three wise men. It is special night, above all for the kids  The 6 of January it is eaten the ring- shaped cake, typical sweet for this day.  It is a scone with the form of ring and decorated with small pieces of sugar coated fruit and sugar. Between the dough it is hidden a small surprise.
  13. 13.  The typical course of Carnival is the Horejuelas. It is sweet prepared with eggs, flavour, oil and sugar
  14. 14.  The sweet fritter are the typical dessert of the All Saint`s day
  15. 15.  The cod is the main course of the Easter week in Spain  In the area of pastry- making is very popuar in all the territory in Easter week the pieces of French toast. They are made with slices of bread and are fried after soaking them in milk for being served hotter
  16. 16.  In Spain is tradition that the person who is his birthday invites his friends to take something (lunch, dinner,snack..)  It is always present in the birthdays the bithday cake
  17. 17.  In the weddings are served a great variety of courses ( 4 or 5), among them are shellfish, meat, fish and the dessert
  18. 18.  In Spain the Baptisms are celebrated with a lunch together with all the family.  It is usually eaten starters, main courses that consist of meat, fish and dessert.
  19. 19.  The Communions are also celebrated eating together with the family  The same as the baptisms it is usually eaten startes and a main course that consist of meat or fish and also cake
  20. 20. How we celebrate the birthdays in the school
  21. 21.  My name is Samuel and I am 3 years old
  22. 22.  In Spain the Catholics has the habit of not eating meat the Good Friday, in memory of the day that Jesus Christ died in the Holy Cross  During a lot of centuries the Catholics abstained from eating meat all the Fridays in the Lent. But now this has changed.
  23. 23. The end

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