Other Influences. The Hapsburg Empire and the Republic of Venice also influenced the cuisine of this region. Slav, Hungarian, and Austrian cuisines also had a great part to play. Again, one would wonder what role these cuisines, so different from Italian cuisine, play in the shaping of the Italian taste. The Unique Elements of This Cuisine. While the rest of country usually uses sea fish in most of its cuisine, this region is famous for its supply of fresh fish. In spite of the foreign influences, the region specializes in dishes, commonly thought to be typical Italian, such as tomatoes, pasta, and olive oil, in addition to a variety of other Italian dishes such as sauerkraut, dumplings, and potatoes. On Sundays, Goulash is commonly served. Those who are conscious of their health should note that one of the popular ingredients of the region's cuisine is lard. If saturated fat is not good for you, you should inquire about the ingredients used in the food of this region. Many chefs consider lard to be the best ingredient in the preparation of certain delicacies. Needless to say, Italian chefs have no second thoughts about it.
North Italian Cuisine. Usually, Americans are familiar with the part of Italian cuisine that is typical of north Italy. All the heavy dishes loaded with cheese and rich sauce comes from this reason. You will enjoy a stay in north Italy if you enjoy the Italian food available in America. Although you will be familiar with north Italian cuisine, you will still be surprised by the wonderful differences in authentic north Italian food and the Italian fare available in America. South Italian Cuisine. The cuisine of south Italy is different. The people of south Italy use more fish in their diet. This variant of Italian cuisine is named "Mediterranean food." In general, south Italian dishes are lighter and healthier. Due to their food habits, south Italians are the healthiest people in the world. One of the factors that makes south Italian diet so healthy is the use of olive oil in most of their dishes.
The answers to all the questions I will answer in this preface lie in the following. Not only but also with respect to the 'Burmese' cuisine it is a fatal (but, alas, quite often made) mistake to assume that Burmese and Bamar (Burman) is the same for it is definitely not. Burma is the country and the Bamar are one of the ethnic groups inhabiting Burma. Since the Bamar - also called Burman - constitute the largest ethnic group of this country the British named it after them Burma; and Burma's citizens are Burmese. But not every Burmese is a Bamar. Only members of the Bamar, which is one of Burma's ethnic groups, are Bamar. Subsequently, we have to differentiate between the country Burma, its citizens the Burmese and members of one of the ethnic groups of Burma, the Bamar. This means that there is a Burmese cuisine (the country's cuisine) and a Bamar cuisine (the ethnic group's cuisine) but these two cuisines are not the same. The problem with the original or traditional Bamar cuisine is that no one knows what dishes it comprises. The root problem with this is that no one knows where exactly the Bamar are coming from. If that would be known beyond any reasonable doubt we would also know what their cuisine is.
Ampoule Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 19:23:33 PM
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