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  1. 1. FOODof Southeast Asia
  2. 2. AGRICULTURE OF SEA 3/4 agricultural based Twice as much fish consumed due to long coastline and rivers Rice-staple food Half of world’s population eat ricehttp://2012forum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=14693&start=2280
  3. 3. CULINARY CULTURESimply daily meals, elaboratefeastWok cooking- low fuel usedBlanching, stir-frying, steamingNutrition, economy, east ofpreparation
  4. 4. CULINARY CULTURESimply daily meals, elaboratefeastWok cooking- low fuel usedBlanching, stir-frying, steamingNutrition, economy, east ofpreparation
  5. 5. CULINARY CULTURESimply daily meals, elaboratefeastWok cooking- low fuel usedBlanching, stir-frying, steamingNutrition, economy, east ofpreparation
  6. 6. CULINARY CULTURESimply daily meals, elaboratefeastWok cooking- low fuel usedBlanching, stir-frying, steamingNutrition, economy, east ofpreparation
  7. 7. CULINARY CULTURESimply daily meals, elaboratefeastWok cooking- low fuel usedBlanching, stir-frying, steamingNutrition, economy, east ofpreparation
  8. 8. INDIAN & CHINESE INFLUENCE Proximity between each country Influences from India and China Manipulated to suit palate and taste
  9. 9. INGREDIENTS Bread as snack or breakfast food Milk, yogurt, cheese are not as popular Soy-bean paste/ soy sauce Evaporated milk/ Coconut Milk
  10. 10. INFLUENCES ON SEA FOODFood varies by country,religion and ethnic traditionIndian/ Chinese/ Western
  11. 11. INFLUENCES ON SEA FOODFood varies by country,religion and ethnic traditionIndian/ Chinese/ Western
  12. 12. INFLUENCES ON SEA FOODFood varies by country,religion and ethnic traditionIndian/ Chinese/ Western
  13. 13. ISLAM AND HINDUISMIslam Muslim do not eat pork. Ramadan month is for fastingHinduism (Indian) Cows are sacred of Hindus Eating beef is forbidden
  14. 14. CHINESE INFLUENCECombine food for medicinal or healingproperties‘Hot’ food (i.e. chili pepper and ginger)avoided by pregnant woman and personwith high blood pressure‘Cool’ food (i.e. eggplant, winter mellon)help lower blood pressureWheat - noodles
  15. 15. BUDDHISM INFLUENCE Killing of animal is antithetical Buddhists eat meat as well as fish Most closely observed by monks
  16. 16. TYPES OF FOODCurries originated in Indiause milk and butterSoutheast Asian countriessubstituted those withcoconut milkNoodle reflects ChineseSpices- Indian influence
  17. 17. EUROPEAN INFLUENCEIn the Philippines, Spanish influencestypes of foodPan de sal- type of breadKilawin - marinated raw seafood ormeat with chili and vinegarPaella -stir fry dish of rice, seafood,meatEmpanada - a sweet bread http://panlasangpinoy.com/2009/09/02/filipino-cuban-spanish-food- chicken-empanada-picadillo-recipe/
  18. 18. EUROPEAN INFLUENCEIn the Philippines, Spanish influencestypes of foodPan de sal- type of breadKilawin - marinated raw seafood ormeat with chili and vinegarPaella -stir fry dish of rice, seafood,meatEmpanada - a sweet bread http://panlasangpinoy.com/2009/09/02/filipino-cuban-spanish-food- chicken-empanada-picadillo-recipe/
  19. 19. EUROPEAN INFLUENCEIn the Philippines, Spanish influencestypes of foodPan de sal- type of breadKilawin - marinated raw seafood ormeat with chili and vinegarPaella -stir fry dish of rice, seafood,meatEmpanada - a sweet bread http://panlasangpinoy.com/2009/09/02/filipino-cuban-spanish-food- chicken-empanada-picadillo-recipe/
  20. 20. EUROPEAN INFLUENCEIn the Philippines, Spanish influencestypes of foodPan de sal- type of breadKilawin - marinated raw seafood ormeat with chili and vinegarPaella -stir fry dish of rice, seafood,meatEmpanada - a sweet bread http://panlasangpinoy.com/2009/09/02/filipino-cuban-spanish-food- chicken-empanada-picadillo-recipe/
  21. 21. POPULAR MEALSRice, fish, vegetables,fruits, and spicesCurriesSatay (marinated andbarbecued meat onstick)Spicy soupPad Thai Noodle
  22. 22. FLAVORINGSGinger TurmericPepper CandlenutChili peppers Lemon grassOnion ClovesGarlic NutmegSoy sauce CinnamonFish sauce TamarindFermented Limefish paste
  23. 23. FLAVORINGSCoconut milk - bind sharp flavorPalm sugar - balance spicesShrimp paste & prawn paste -with green mangoes, fresh fish,stews Palm Sugar Shrimp Paste Prawn Paste
  24. 24. VEGETABLESSweet potatoMaizeTaroTapiocaLegumeBlossomLeaves of green plants
  25. 25. FRUITS Star Fruit Rambutan Mangosteen Durian Jackfruit
  26. 26. THINK-PAIR-SHAREWhat is American food like?What are common ingredients ofAmerican food?What cooking methods are usedto prepare food?How are types of fruit andvegetable of Southeast Asiadifferent from those in the US?
  27. 27. INVITATIONNo invitation requiredOnce drop in, one receives foodwithout questionInsult if refuse to eatAt feasts, all are welcome to eatregardless of statusCan be seen in rural area, rather thancity
  28. 28. HAVE YOU EATEN YET?Have you eaten yet?Kin Kao Rue Young?Eat Rice have you?
  29. 29. WESTERN INFLUENCEFast food restaurants arecommon.McDonalds, Wendy’s, DominoPizza, KFC,Traditional restaurant,bistros, Indian curry shops,Chinese noodle, dim sumshops, sidewalk vendors http://www.noodlepie.com/2004/07/in_need_of_junk.html http://www.thailandtips.info/thai-street-food/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jirikoo/3809579652/
  30. 30. WESTERN INFLUENCEFast food restaurants arecommon.McDonalds, Wendy’s, DominoPizza, KFC,Traditional restaurant,bistros, Indian curry shops,Chinese noodle, dim sumshops, sidewalk vendors http://www.noodlepie.com/2004/07/in_need_of_junk.html http://www.thailandtips.info/thai-street-food/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jirikoo/3809579652/
  31. 31. WESTERN INFLUENCEFast food restaurants arecommon.McDonalds, Wendy’s, DominoPizza, KFC,Traditional restaurant,bistros, Indian curry shops,Chinese noodle, dim sumshops, sidewalk vendors http://www.noodlepie.com/2004/07/in_need_of_junk.html http://www.thailandtips.info/thai-street-food/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jirikoo/3809579652/
  32. 32. WESTERN INFLUENCEFast food restaurants arecommon.McDonalds, Wendy’s, DominoPizza, KFC,Traditional restaurant,bistros, Indian curry shops,Chinese noodle, dim sumshops, sidewalk vendors http://www.noodlepie.com/2004/07/in_need_of_junk.html http://www.thailandtips.info/thai-street-food/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jirikoo/3809579652/
  33. 33. WESTERN INFLUENCEFast food restaurants arecommon.McDonalds, Wendy’s, DominoPizza, KFC,Traditional restaurant,bistros, Indian curry shops,Chinese noodle, dim sumshops, sidewalk vendors http://www.noodlepie.com/2004/07/in_need_of_junk.html http://www.thailandtips.info/thai-street-food/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jirikoo/3809579652/
  34. 34. EATING STYLE- THAIDININGMeal is served all at once, notin coursesServed warm or at roomtemperatureRice is served steaming hotin a shallow bowl or plate
  35. 35. EATING STYLE- THAIDININGMeal is served all at once, notin coursesServed warm or at roomtemperatureRice is served steaming hotin a shallow bowl or plate
  36. 36. EATING STYLE- THAIDININGMeal is served all at once, notin coursesServed warm or at roomtemperatureRice is served steaming hotin a shallow bowl or plate
  37. 37. EATING STYLE- THAIDININGMeal is served all at once, notin coursesServed warm or at roomtemperatureRice is served steaming hotin a shallow bowl or plate
  38. 38. UTENSILS Spoons and forks Serving spoon No knives Chopsticks for noodle
  39. 39. UTENSILS Spoons and forks Serving spoon No knives Chopsticks for noodle
  40. 40. COMMUNAL-STYLE EATINGOwn plate of riceDishes served in the middlewith a serving spoonA rotating table may be usedin Chinese familiesCombination of stir-fry, soupor curry, fried dish, salad http://blog.hotelclub.com/amazing-thai-cuisine/
  41. 41. THAI STYLE EATING Diner takes a small spoonful and put it on their rice bowl Mixes the food into the rice and eats Impolite to take more than you can eat in a couple of spoonful
  42. 42. BEVERAGES Traditionally, food is not served with alcohol. Cold water is common and normally drank after the meal is finished.
  43. 43. LET’S PRACTICE Spoon &Fork.....Chopsticks

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