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  • Celebrity: Food Network/Celebrity Chefs. Technology: Twitter/Blogs. Transformations: Healthy/Vegetarian/Vegan/Fusions. Streets: Food Trucks/Food Festivals

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  • History of Southwestern Food
  • Pre-Hispanic Influence• Arrival of the tortillain North America• Hunters andgatherers•With little need forfarming, natives wereable to live semi-nomadic lives.
  • Pre-Hispanic Influence• Arrival of the tortillain North America• Hunters andgatherers•With little need forfarming, natives wereable to live semi-nomadic lives.
  • Post-Hispanic Influence• Mestizo is one who is of both Spanish and Native Indian decent.• Mestizos focused of food preservation when cooking.• The Mestizos cuisine had a large impact on what Southwestern cuisine is today.
  • The Combo Platterhttp://feastinginphoenix.com/
  • Famous Restaurants www.tripadvisor.comwww.bearcuisine.com www.lastheplace.com
  • History of Southern Food• Regional Cuisine=blend of local food with varied cultural backgrounds• Rural agricultural South• Cultures in the South• Quintessential “Southern Food”
  • Southern Food Through The Centuries• 17th-18th centuries: Southern Hospitality and BBQs• 19th century: All the wealth down South• 1860-1930: Economic Decline=Home Cooked Meals and Leftovers – Home Cooking Staple – No Single Style
  • Development of Soul Food• Soul Food History – Who invented Soul Food and Why – How it is cooked• When to have “Soul Food”
  • Preservation of Southern Food• Making a Profit – Market extends across the country – Mass-produced items of Southern Food – Local
  • Southern Food and Beverage Museum• New Orleans, Louisiana• Mission• Exhibits• Events• Archives
  • Food Trending Celebrity Technology Transformation Taking it to the Streetshttp://www.controltek.com/img/glossy_feed_icon.png
  • Celebrity• On Television – Food Network – Travel Channel• Celebrity Chefs – Bobby and Paula – PR• In Competition – Top Chef http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4126/5071370790_0f2978b45c.jpg – Iron Chef
  • Technology• Twitter – Share recipes – Promote events – Share the love• Blogs – Amateur celebrities
  • Transformation Vegetarian/V Fusions egan Low-Fat, Low-Cal, Gluten/Dairy Free Low-Carbhttp://powergirlfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Balanced-Plate2.jpg
  • Food Trucks and Festivals “If you build it, they will come” http://thenextweb.com/files/2011/04/Truckit-Fest-01-520x378.jpg