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Cuisine of the usa

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Cuisine of the usa

  1. 1. CUISINE OF THE USA Alicja Aleksander Zuzanna Krzemińska Justyna Małecka
  2. 2. SOME HISTORICAL FACTS  Pre-Colonial cuisine
  3. 3. ADOBE OVENS
  4. 4. COLONIAL PERIOD  Really British till the times of American Revolution  After 1783 – Independence!
  5. 5. SO, WHAT’S TIPICALLY AMERICAN?  Renown Products and dishes
  6. 6. PEANUT BUTTER HOW?
  7. 7. APPLE PIE
  8. 8. TRADITIONAL BREAKFAST  EGGS AND FRIED BEACON
  9. 9. HAMBURGER
  10. 10. REGIONAL CUISINES IN THE USA Division into regions:  New England (region 1)  Mid-Atlantic (region 2&3)  The South (region 4&5)  Midwest (region 6&7)  The Southwest (region 8)  The West (region 9&10)
  11. 11. MAP OF THE USA
  12. 12. NEWNEW ENGLANDENGLAND New England consists of six states:  Connecticut  Maine  Massachusetts  New Hampshire  Rhode Island  Vermont
  13. 13. THE MOST COMMON DISHES IN NEW ENGLAND  The Native American cuisine as a part of the cookery style of early colonists.  Practical and fugal cuisine.
  14. 14.  One-pot dishes: 1. succotash, 2. chowder, 3. baked beans etc.
  15. 15. THE MOST COMMON INGREDIENTS TO THE COASTAL WATERS OF NEW ENGLAND:  Lobster  Other shellfish: little neck clams, razor shell clams, blue mussels or oysters  Much of this shellfish contributes to New England Tradition – clambake
  16. 16. FRUITS OF NEW ENGLAND  The Vitis labrusca grapes Use: grape juice and jelly, wines Worldwide company producing grape juice: Welch’s Worldwide company making higher quality wines: Mogen David, Manischewitz  Cranberries  Apples The original varieties: Baldwin, Lady, Mother, Porter, Peck’s Pleasant etc.
  17. 17. PACIFIC AND HAWAIIANPACIFIC AND HAWAIIAN  One of the most culturally diverse U.S. states  The only state with an Asian majority population  Hawaiian cuisine as example of variety – fusion of Asian and Pacific-rim cultures as traditional native Hawaiian
  18. 18. THE MOST POPULAR DISHES OF PACIFIC AND HAWAIIAN CUISINE  Seared ahi tuna with wasabi beurre blanc sauce  Opakapaka (snapper) with passionfruit  Hawaiian island-raised lamb, beef and meat products  A broad variety of agricultural products: tomatoes, strawberries, mushrooms, sweet maui onions and tropical fruits
  19. 19. MIDWESTMIDWEST  Everything with barbecue  Chicago-style hot dog
  20. 20. THE AMERICAN SOUTHTHE AMERICAN SOUTH  Influence on the cuisine of many diverse inhabitants of the region  Americans of European descent  Native Americans  African Americans  One of the most distinct cuisines in all of the country
  21. 21. THE MOST COMMON DISH OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH  fried chicken
  22. 22. THE WESTTHE WEST  Influence of Native American and Mexican cultures, and other European settlers into the part of the country  Varying of the dishes depending on the area
  23. 23. THE MOST COMMON DISHES IN THE WEST  various specialties involving salmon  In the Plains/Mountain States, such as Utah, Montana, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado and Wyoming, cowboy/ranch culture is a factor, and variations on the beef theme

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