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Un tour de gastronomía ...

Un tour de gastronomía
Por Señora Huegerich, South Hamilton CSD

These pictures were all taken in Spain during the summer of 2012 on a student exchange trip through ISE. These are not copyrighted, but please give credit to Señora Huegerich of South Hamilton CSD if you are going to use them in any way. Gracias de antemano.

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  • These pictures were all taken in Spain during the summer of 2012 on a student exchange trip through ISE. These are not copyrighted, but please give credit to SeñoraHuegerich of South Hamilton CSD if you are going to use them in any way. Gracias de antemano.
  • ISE Welcome Dinner: ¡TAPAS!La mesa,El pan, El tenedor, El cuchillo, loshuevos, You can explain tapas:croquetas de jamón – se preparan con el pan, el jamón, y el quesoLa tortilla española – ¡no esuna tortilla mexicana! Se preparan con patatas y huevosEl pan – es de forma baguette y se rompe con la mano
  • La calamari con limónLa ensalada con la lechuga, lascebollas, y los tomatesEl chorizo - ¡esmuy picante!
  • Unas tapas – a la izquierda (no recuerdo el nombre) son comotaquitosotra (no recuerdotampoco)tiene pan tostado con queso, pescado, y un aceitunaencimaUn postre – helado de vanilla y de chocolate
  • Se venden en el mercadodiariamenteLas gambas, el langostino, el salmón, y…..
  • El pepino, el tomate, la naranja, el pimentón, la lima, lasjudías
  • El pan – restaurants will cut it up, but the pieces are still large enough that you still have to break it off to eat it. The baguettes are generally a crispy outside with a soft inside. The bread is served is all almuerzos and if you eat it, you pay for each piece! It is also served with vinagre y aceite de oliva
  • ¿Quévocabulario se mira en estasfotos? ¿Qué hay en las mesas?Agua, vaso, mesa, mantel, refresco
  • Esunasopasegovianaquetienepuerco,cebollas, y habichuelas en un caldo de tomate. ¡Era MUY rica!
  • ¿Quéesesto? ¿Quétiene en estaensalada? La lechuga, los huevos, la carne, el tomate, el espárrago (no es un dedo) el aceituna, la cebolla¿tieneshambreparaestaensalada? ¿Con qué se come? Un tenedor
  • This is the signature dish of Segovia. You can’t go through Segovia without eating it! The restaurant on the SE side of the Plaza Mayor has the best cochinillo!
  • Es un flan muytípico de España. You can describe it here since they have no idea what it is! Custard w caramel sauce on top, served cold. MMMMM
  • Rice pudding with cinnamon Great dessert!
  • Students at a flamenco bar in Madrid. ¿Qué hay de tomar/beber? El agua, el refresco ¿Tienenhambre o tienensed? ¡Los dos! ¿Qué tapas hay? Aceitunas con limón
  • En la plaza Mayor, y muchoslugares, hay restaurantesque se le ofrecenunaterrazapara comer al airelibre.Note that there is a waitress!
  • Barra vsterraza – los precios son diferentes¿Qué hay en el menú?
  • Boqueronesfritos,boquerones en aceite de oliva con aceitunas, empanada de carne, aceitunas, patatasbravas (vamos a comer mañana)
  • PAELLA Who go to Spain and not eat paella? There are so many options for every palette. ¿Qué comida hay en la paella? Nota que hay una con fideos y no arroz.
  • I told the kids the story of working on my masters at the university in Santiago de Compostela. Everyday a boy in front of me would offer pay a few euros to the teacher to NOT have a daily quiz. She always responded with the fact that she couldn’t take money but rather “págueme con el jamón” lol This is a great story to emphasis the value of good ham that Spain is known for. 
  • Los pasteles are like nothing these students have ever tried! Guaranteed! They can only experience such heaven if they travel with me! Explain the euro symbol and the exchange rate of the money. As of yesterday 5/8/13 it was $1 = $.76 euros. So we pay more for the same goods,ie the euro is stronger than the dollar. So, these treats are around $2 each.
  • More pastries. A to-go pastry or sandwich will be wrapped in very pretty paper to be carried with you until you are ready to eat.
  • Sandwiches can be prepared to either eat immediately (in a restaurant) or to take along on a picnic if you Tienemuchaprisa.
  • El mercado el Rastro se abresolamente los domingos. Hay muchas personas en el mercadoparacomprarregalos, ropa, monedas (dinero) y recuerdos.
  • Candy stores are abundant. I’m not sure if it’s because Spaniards really eat that much candy or if it’s to appease the tourists in the capital city.In the lower right corner are some packaged candies from Salamanca, a city straight east of Madrid, near Portugal.
  • Mazapan is a bread-like pastry made from almonds so it is gluten-free for those with a special diet. It’s a confection made of ground almonds or almond paste, egg whites, and sugar, often molded into decorative shapes. It is typically eaten at Christmas time, but is sold year-round.
  • Las aceitunas, risotto (arroz), ravioli, espagueti, lasaña
  • Gambas (camarones) al ajillo (ajo), un bocadillo de calamari, unaensalada
  • Croquetas, patatasfritas, cerdo, la pizza, el pollo (un anuncio)¿Tieneshambre? Se compra la pizza por 2 euros. ¿Cuántodólares cuesta?
  • ¿Quécomidastiene el menú? ¿Es un restaurantecaro o barato?
  • ¿Quéclase de restaurantees? ¿Quéllevanmuchas personas? ¿Porqué? This video was taken in a sport bar in June 2012 in Madrid, near the Puerta de Toledo, during the World Cup in Spain. Spain ended up winning that year and there was a HUGE party in the streets all night, through morning.

Comida espanola Comida espanola Presentation Transcript

  • La comida españolaUn tour de gastronomíaPor Señora Huegerich y la escuela South Hamilton CSD
  • ¿Qué vocabulario se mira?
  • Más tapas
  • Unas tapas yun postre
  • Unos mariscos (el pescado)
  • Los mercadosde mariscos
  • ¿Qué se vende en este mercado?
  • ¡Qué meserotan simpáticoen Segovia!
  • Las entradas
  • El cochinillosegovianoEl plato másfamoso deSegovia
  • El flan
  • El pudín de arroz con canela
  • La Plaza Mayor
  • ¿Prefieresla barra o laterraza? ¡Elprecio esdiferente!
  • La paella
  • “Págueme con el jamón
  • Los pasteles
  • Los bocadillos(un sandwich)¿Paracomeroallevar?
  • El Rastro
  • Churros conchocolate
  • Mazapan y Pande Toledo
  • El marisco conensalada
  • Un bar deportivo (un video)