Food and Subculture Project Cantonoose food, writing homework help

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Culinary Arts: Food and Subculture Project Paper due Monday, May 22nd Food product due May 25th and May 26th Worth 15% of grade Definitions of Subculture: Webster: An ethnic, regional, economic, or social group, exhibiting characteristic patterns of behavior sufficient to distinguish it from others within an embracing culture or society Wikipedia: In sociology, a subculture is a set of people with distinct behaviors and beliefs within a larger culture. Objective: To explore the food and eating patterns of a subculture Examples of religious subcultures: Rastafarians, Sephardic Jews, Tibetan Buddhists Examples of regional subcultures: Spanish Moors, French Algerians, Cajuns and Creoles, Dutch country Amish Immigrants create food subcultures. Part 1- Due May 22nd Scope and Content of Paper- *PAPER SHOULD BE about TWO PAGES PLUS ONE REFERENCE PAGE* Choose a Subculture and write paper -subculture location and history of immigration -cultural relationships to food (holidays, festivals, traditions) -religious influences, if any -the effect of climate and geography on food sources -eating patterns/nutritional components -staple foods (most common foods eaten daily- ex: rice is a staple in china, wheat is a staple in US –bread) - food restrictions (what they do not or can not eat) -specific ingredients used -unique food preparation techniques -specific equipment and tools Definitions of Subculture: Webster: An ethnic, regional, economic, or social group, exhibiting characteristic patterns of behavior sufficient to distinguish it from others within an embracing culture or society Wikipedia: In sociology, a subculture is a set of people with distinct behaviors and beliefs within a larger culture. Objective: To explore the food and eating patterns of a subculture Examples of religious subcultures: Rastafarians, Sephardic Jews, Tibetan Buddhists Examples of regional subcultures: Spanish Moors, French Algerians, Cajuns and Creoles, Dutch country Amish Immigrants create food subcultures. Part 1Scope and Content of Paper- *PAPER SHOULD BE about TWO PAGES PLUS ONE REFERENCE PAGE* Choose a Subculture and write paper -subculture location and history of immigration -cultural relationships to food (holidays, festivals, traditions) -religious influences, if any -the effect of climate and geography on food sources -eating patterns/nutritional components -staple foods (most common foods eaten daily- ex: rice is a staple in china, wheat is a staple in US –bread) - food restrictions (what they do not or can not eat) -specific ingredients used -unique food preparation techniques -specific equipment and tools ...
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Bennwise
School: UCLA

Hi, doing fine? Attached please find the completed assignment. It was however very difficult to restrict myself to the 2 page requirements because it requires a lot to be comprehensible. I am however leaving it to you to give me your feed back on the way forward. If possible. give feedback within the next 4 or so hours so that I can look at it as I will be away in the morning for the better part of the day. It is 2am here, am 3+ GMT. Thanks.

Running head: CANTONESE CUISINE

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Cantonese Cuisine
Institutional Affiliation
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CANTONESE CUISINE

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Subculture location and history of immigration
In the U. S., celebrations by the Chinese Diaspora involve parades, firecrackers, and
delicious food. Among the biggest Spring Festivals include the annual celebrations in San
Francisco, which is the city hosting the oldest and largest Chinatown in America. This is the
location where the U.S. was introduced first to one of its popular cuisines. Following rumors in
1849 of gold discovery in this area, thousands of Chinese immigrants trooped to the East Coast
(Bauer, 1995). This rich port city had for centuries acted for Chinese as an important
international commerce and trade center. The initial Chinese immigrants to the area ventured into
the offering services to miners as merchants, grocers, and restaurant owners. This was followed
by many waves of Chinese migrants keen to become miners or laborers in farms. What was not
in doubt among Chinese migrants was the need for good Chinese cuisines to feed the hungry
which would rekindle memories of the far off home.
Cultural relationships to food
The Cantonese cuisine has a close cultural relationship to different festivals.

For

example, the Cantonese-style chic...

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