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How to find links to

Food InformationonCountries . . .and Cuisines . . .

Anthropology of FoodUniversity of Minnesota Duluth

Tim Roufs © 2010-2019Slide2

there are many links to

food information on “countries, cultures, regions, areas and territories . . .” and cuisines on the course WebPagesSlide3

and one or more of these

might prove interesting, and useful with your class projectSlide4

The A - Z information should also be very useful when it comes time to start thinking about your class projectSlide5

you can just click on

the A-Z index in your Canvas home to find the country or culture you’re interested in . . .click “A” for “Afghanistan” . . . “W” for “Wallonia (Belgium)”Slide6
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click “A” for “Afghanistan” . . .

“W” for “Wallonia

(Belgium)”Slide8

click “A” for “Afghanistan” . . .

“W” for “Wallonia

(Belgium)

and so forth . . .Slide9

and there

is a course WebPage listing all of the countries, cultures and areas available for this course . . . Slide10

to get to that course

WebPage just click on the “Food of Countries / Cultures . . .” link in the middle section of your Canvas Home Page . . .Slide11
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t

he countries . . . page looks like thisSlide13

scroll down for the individual countries . .

.or use the page A-Z . . .Slide14

scroll down for the individual countries . .

.or use the page A-Z . . .Slide15

where to go?Slide16

how about Belgium?Slide17

the first horse meat that I (knowingly) ate was in Belgiumthe best restaurant meal that I have ever eaten was in Bruges, Belgium (“the most romantic city in the world”)[these two events are unrelated]Slide18

the first horse meat that I (knowingly) ate was in Belgiumthe best restaurant meal that I have ever eaten was in Bruges, Belgium (“the most romantic city in the world”)[these two events are unrelated]Slide19

so let’s go to Belgium . . .Slide20
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Belgium is divided (some say “split”) into

three major cultural groups . . .Slide22

Belgium is divided (some say “split”) into

three major cultural groups . . .WaloonsFlemishPeople in BrusselsSlide23

Waloonia

(French Speaking)(Catholic)Slide24

Flanders

(Flemish Speaking)(Catholic)Slide25

Brussels tends to operate as a separate “region”

(Multilingual)(Catholic)Slide26

click on “Belgium” to start your tripSlide27

note the three divisions:

Belgium (the country)Flanders

WalloniaSlide28

Food

Trivia 1:in Belgium there is no such thing as a “Belgian waffle”Slide29

Food

Trivia 2:but there is a “Brussels sprout”Slide30

“Brussels sprouts as we now know them were grown possibly as early as the 1200s in what is now Belgium”.

WikipediaSlide31

“Brussels sprouts as we now know them were grown possibly as early as the 1200s in what is now Belgium”.

WikipediaFormat Factoid: This is the way most Europeans punctuate a “full stop” at the end of a sentence with a quotation mark in the U.S.A. it is conventionally just the reverseSlide32

Food

Trivia 3:“french fries”are French-speakingBelgium fare, not French . . .Slide33

Food

Trivia 3:“french fries”are French-speakingBelgium fare, not French . . .Format Factoid:

“french fries” is not capitalizedSlide34

Food

Trivia 3:“french fries”are French-speakingBelgium fare, not French . . .Slide35

(. . .

a fact most American national politicians apparently were ignorant of when they once voted to serve only “freedom fries” in Washington when France wouldn’t support the second war in Iraq . . .)Slide36

. . . but

more to the point, speaking of “french” fries, what’s in a name anyway?Some folks love “escargot”, aka “snails”, but wouldn’t think of eating “slugs”, even if they were “freedom slugs” . . .Slide37

. . . but

more to the point, speaking of “french” fries, what’s in a name anyway?some folks love “escargot”, aka in English as “snails”, but wouldn’t think of eating “slugs”, even if they were “freedom slugs

” . . .Slide38

. . . but

more to the point, speaking of “french” fries, what’s in a name anyway?some folks love “escargot”, aka in English as “snails”, but wouldn’t think of eating “slugs”, even if they were “freedom slugs

” . . .Slide39

. . . back to the

other foods of Belgium . . .Slide40

t

he food information is indexed on the WebPage page . . .if you click on “food” from the index page that will take you directly there . . .Slide41

click on “food” to go

directly to the food section of the country’s class WebPageSlide42

have a look at some of the other items on the page as you’re looking for the food section

they tell you a lot about the countryfor e.g., note that Belgium has three national anthems as well as three flagsSlide43
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this is the food section of the Belgian class

WebPage . . .Slide45

this is the food section of the Belgian class

WebPage . . .here at the food section you can find a lot of information on Belgium cuisine . . .and you might even note that they have some of the best chocolate in the world . . .and that they DO love waffles

(but each region has their own style and name – what we call the “Belgium Waffle” is a “Brussels Waffle”)Slide46

this is the food section of the Belgian class

WebPage . . .here at the food section you can find a lot of information on Belgium cuisine . . .and you might even note that they have some of the best chocolate in the world . . .and that they DO love waffles

(but each region has their own style and name – what we call the “Belgium Waffle” is a “Brussels Waffle”)Slide47

this is the food section of the Belgian class

WebPage . . .here at the food section you can find a lot of information on Belgium cuisine . . .and you might even note that they have some of the best chocolate in the world . . .and that they DO love waffles

(but each region has their own style and name – what we call the “Belgium Waffle” is a “Brussels Waffle”)Slide48

what we call the “Belgian Waffle” is what they call the “Brussels Waffle” and it’s the style eaten in the Brussels areaother areas of Belgium have their own stylesthis is the food section of the Belgian class WebPage . . .Slide49

what we call the “Belgian Waffle” is what they call the “Brussels Waffle” and it’s the style eaten in the Brussels areaother areas of Belgium have their own styles

this is the food section of the Belgian class

WebPage

. . .Slide50

sourceSlide51

Eaten as you might eat a donut

sourceSlide52

Eaten as you might eat a donut

sourceSlide53

what we call the “Belgian Waffle” is what they call the “Brussels Waffle” and it’s the style eaten in the Brussels areaother areas of Belgium have their own styles . . .this is the food section of the Belgian class WebPage . . .Slide54

Liège

waffle

(From

the Walloon

Region,

Belgium’s most popular)Slide55

Liège

waffle(From the Walloon Region, Belgium’s most popular)sourceSlide56

Liége

waffle(From the Walloon Region, Belgium’s most popular)sourceSlide57

Source: Roufs and Roufs,

Sweet TreatsSlide58

Source

Wikipediathe popular Stroopwafels (syrup waffles) were first made in Gouda, The Netherlands,which is also famous for its cheese . . .Slide59

Gouda

the popular

Stroopwafels

(syrup waffles)

were f

irst

made in Gouda, The

Netherlands,

which is also famous for its cheese . . .Slide60

t

he term “Belgium Waffle” was invented as a marketing ploy to sell waffles to Americans at a World’s in AmericaSlide61

t

he term “Belgium Waffle” was invented in American as a (very successful) marketing ploy . . .sourceSlide62

you probably will not find too much on-line about it, but the horsemeat sausages are really wonderful . . .Really . . .wonderful.this is the food section of the Belgian class WebPage . . .Slide63

you probably will not find too much on-line about it, but the horsemeat sausages are really wonderful . . .really . . .wonderful.this is the food section of the Belgian class WebPage . . .Slide64

you probably will not find too much on-line about it, but the horsemeat sausages are really wonderfulreally . . .wonderful . . .this is the food section of the Belgian class WebPage . . .Slide65

https://www.pri.org/stories/2013-03-11/how-cook-your-horseSlide66

REM: to go directly to a country’s food section just click on “food” from the index page

. . .

or go to the country from

you’re A-Z

index on your

Canvas

page . . .Slide67

. . . and that will get you there directlythis is the food section of the Belgian class WebPage . . .Slide68

REM: to go directly to a country’s food section just click on “food” from the index page

. . .

or go to the country from

you’re A-Z

index on your

Canvas

page . . .Slide69
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Bon Appétit!Slide71

Bon Appétit!

The French-speaking Wallonians like to hear you talk like that

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