Featuring KATHY HIGH!!!
Featuring KATHY HIGH!!!
Featuring Patricia Olynyk, Martina Froeschl and Claudia Jacques!
Cannot figure out how to format the picture but I presented in class and here was the meal!
My family cares about a lot, but I think the things I’ve been taught to value most highly are travel and food. From a young age I was taught how to appreciate different cultures across the world. My mothers parents were both adopted, so she doesn’t have a long understanding of her lineage, and my fathers parents really just lived the American dream.
I didn't really have a specific dish, snack, fruit or drink in mind that I wanted to expand on and attempt to connect to the rest of this course. Rather, I wanted to look at food as a whole in retrospect. I wanted to look at what I've been taught and what I know about food and compare and connect it to this course. Specifically the idea of a balanced diet. Full disclosure I am not a dietitian and these are of course my humble thoughts. Do with that what you may.
Hi everybody, I want to share 2 lamb dishes with you guys, they are must-eat winter dishes in my family! I actually ate some of the leftover as lunch today.
The first one is lamb dumplings. I made them with my roommates during the Lunar New Year Festival 2021. We made so much so we can froze some batches of them and eat them slowly throughout the final weeks. (Yes we are foodies but we are too lazy to cook from starch everyday, I am sure you can relate at some point.)
I just checked and I completely forgot to post my two blogs even though I had the drafts done for a while now! I will be focusing on rabbits, dragons, and snakes first and then go into rooster, dog, and pig. I apologize for any inconvenience.
For my final meal I decided to pick a few food options based off of the 2021 Hox Zodiac calendar that are believed to be good for Tigers. I only chose food options that were orange in color as to symbolize Tigers which are often seen to be orange with black stripes.
The three food options I chose were
chicken (with turmeric-turns the chicken an orange-ish yellow)
For this week's blog post, rather than talking about a dish that can be eaten, I wanted to showcase a sculpture made by my friend Jazzy on the topic of food—specifically the dragonfruit.
I feel this group of animals particularly has a great deal of significance in relation to man. It makes me think of a modest American farmhouse, with a rancher checking in on the chickens with his dog, then going to round up the pigs.
For my blog for this week, I want to share a dish from my culture. The dish is called Chileajo (Chee-Lya-Ho) and originates from my parents’ birthplace of Oaxaca, Mexico. This version of the dish is from my mother’s region of Oaxaca called La Mixteca.
I was born on April, 6, 1998. According to the Chinese year I was born in the year of the tiger.
Since this week is all about sharing food, I thought I would share a few staples in my diet. I was looking at all of the different foods under each zodiac, trying to make connections with which ones really pertained to my lifestyle. This search led me to the rabbit and more specifically, cabbage, lemons, and pumpkin seeds. In retrospect, it just seemed like a no brainer to blog about this trio because I implement them in my diet on almost a daily basis. Cabbage for instance, I possibly eat the most of anyone in the world, whether it is roasted, raw, or fermented.
The Ted talk from last week has been sticking with me and it got me to research further into where else animal products may be hidden. Part of me thinks that companies which produce products with animal products in them should take on the owness of informing their consumers, and part of me thinks that it is the responsibility of the consumer to know what they are buying. This is easier said than done however, because even if you are a person who makes an effort to avoid animal products, they appear in items so obscure you might not even think to look into the vegan-ness of the i