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    • Food for Thought National Dishes
    • Food for Thought National Dishes and Table Manners
      • Today’s lesson is skilled based…
      • We will revisit the skill of using an atlas.
      • We revisit how we can display data on a map.
      • Begin to describe distributions from a map.
      • You will learn about different national dishes from across the world.
    • Food for Thought I’m going to show you 12 national dishes, I want you to mark them out of ten for how appealing they are- would you eat them? Food for Thought National Dishes?
    • Food for Thought It consists of the traditional Australian meat pie covered with tomato sauce sitting, usually inverted, in a plate of thick green pea soup. Food for Thought National Dishes? 1 Pie Floater
    • Food for Thought Goulash is a (sometimes) spicy dish, originally from Hungary , usually made of beef, red onions, red peppers, vegetables, and paprika powder. Food for Thought National Dishes? 2 Goulash
    • Food for Thought Hákarl (Icelandic for "fermented shark") is a food from Iceland . It is a Greenland or basking shark which has been cured with a particular fermentation process and hung to dry for 4-5 months. Hákarl has a very particular ammonia-rich smell and taste, similar to very strong cheese. Food for Thought National Dishes? 3 Hakarl
    • Food for Thought Buuz are a type of Mongolian steamed dumpling filled with minced mutton, or yak meat. The meat is flavoured with onion or garlic and salted. Occasionally, they are flavoured with malted fennel seeds and other seasonal herbs. Food for Thought National Dishes? 4 Buuz
    • Food for Thought Potato pancakes , also known as latkes in Belarus are shallow-fried pancakes of grated potato and egg, often flavored with grated onion. Food for Thought National Dishes? 5 Latkes
    • Food for Thought Amok trei is a traditional Cambodian . It is fish coated in a thick coconut milk with kroeung, either steamed or baked in a cup made from banana leaves. Food for Thought National Dishes? 6 Amok Trey
    • Food for Thought Feijoada is a Brazilian thick stew of black beans with beef and pork. Food for Thought National Dishes? 7 Feijoada
    • Food for Thought Kushari, is a popular traditional Egyptian national dish. It consists of a base of rice, brown lentils, chickpeas, macaroni, and a topping of Egyptian garlic and vinegar and spicy tomato sauce (salsa). Caramelized onions are commonly added as a garnish. Food for Thought National Dishes? 8 Kushari
    • Food for Thought Mansaf is a national dish of Jordan , made of lamb cooked in a yoghurt sauce and served with rice. The lamb is cooked in a broth made with a fermented then dried yogurt-like product called jameed, and served on a large platter with a layer of flatbread topped with rice and then meat, garnished with almonds and pine nuts. Food for Thought National Dishes? 9 Mansaf
    • Food for Thought Ugali is a national dish in Kenya . It is generally made from maize flour and water, and varies in consistency from porridge to a dough-like substance. Food for Thought National Dishes? 10 Ugali
    • Food for Thought Dal Bhat is a traditional Nepalese staple dish which is essentially rice (bhat) and lentil soup (dal). Dal generally contains lentils tomatoes, onion, chilli and ginger along with herbs and spices such as coriander, garam-masala and turmeric. Food for Thought National Dishes? 11 Dal Bhat
    • Food for Thought In Venezuelan cuisine, an hallaca typically involves a mixture of beef, pork, chicken, capers, raisins, and olives wrapped in maize (cornmeal dough), bound with string within plantain leaves, and boiled or steamed afterwards. Food for Thought National Dishes? 12 Hallaca
    • Food for Thought On your world map you will locate, shade and label each of the countries. Labels must be in block capitals and written on a straight line. Food for Thought National Dishes? 1
    • Food for Thought For each country you are then going to graph your response to how appealing their national dish is. Using the graph paper, use one 0.5 cm box to equal one mark out of ten. Produce a shaded column (1cm in width) to represent each of your scores. Food for Thought National Dishes? 2 Stick your column to your map and draw an arrow to the country. Iceland
    • Food for Thought Finally, provide your map with a title and scale. Food for Thought National Dishes? 3 Title Scale
    • The following images were used in this presentation, under creative commons license , some rights reserved . Images may not be modified without consent of the owner . Many thanks. Food for Thought Sources Slide Flickr Use Address 1 Ryner 3, Kusine 4 Wikipedia 5 Wikipedia 6 Wikipedia 7 Wikipedia 8 Wikipedia 9 Wikipedia 10 Wikipedia 11 Wikipedia 12 Wikipedia 13 Wikipedia 14 Wikipedia 15 Wikipedia