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    Japanese cuisine is well-known by many people in the world. Some people love them because of the delicious favor, others love them because of the healthy nutrition. For me, the Japanese cuisine is a unique art. There are many things affect to Japanese cuisine: history, social, regional, and political. The most popular food when people are asked about Japanese cuisine is sushi. Sushi is a combination of cooked vinegared rice with other things like vegetables, seafood… Depend on structure, they have difference name. If the fish is cut and served on the top of rice, it is called “sashimi.” If it is wrapped by dried seaweed, it is called “makizushi.” For an Itamae (a sushi chef) has to spend years of training to make a perfect sushi dish. He has to know how to cook rice, find a best fish, and use the right knife to cut. Finally, he has to know how to treat his customer because the food is always better when you feel good. Beside sushi, tempura is also a well-known dish in Japanese cuisine. Tempura is brought to Japan by Portuguese and Spanish during sixteenth century.…

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    understand cultural diversity. Interactive between people would help us to improve our communication in order to minimize the conflict between us and the other races. There are different elements of culture, for example: arts, gastronomy, celebrations, and performing arts etc. Gastronomy is a study between food and culture. There are a lot of cuisine from different country or from the specific races such as French cuisine, Italian cuisine or Japanese cuisine while in China they can…

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    Japanese Food: The Best Food in The World There are many delicious types of cuisine throughout the world. European food, ranging from England and Ireland to Spain and Germany, has its many charms. It has flavor and depth and focuses on meat and stew dishes. American food is also incredibly diverse, gathering its roots from around the world; it combines flavors and techniques from many cultures to create new and exciting dishes. However, nothing compares to the fully developed and perfected…

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    restaurants are the same. There are plenty of advantages and flaws to each establishment. From succulent shrimp tempura rolls to savory salmon rolls, sushi has something for everyone who enjoys seafood. For meetings, Benihana and U-Sushi are the first restaurants that come to my mind. Both restaurants may offer the same niche dining experience, but Behinana's lively food, service, and atmosphere sets it worlds apart from U-Sushi. Benihana offers more than just sushi; the menu takes a…

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    topic of Week nine is the foodways of Japanese-Americans, and how they differ from Japanese traditions. To learn more about this, we were assigned four readings. The first one, “Japan: Japanese Food”, by Ayako Yoshimura explains the diffusion of Japanese foodways into America. She starts by describing how Japanese people entered the United States, which occurred when the Edo seclusion policy was nullified, allowing people to migrate in order to find work. A large percentage flocked to American…

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    Hiromi Goto’s Chorus of Mushrooms is a novel based on three generations of Japanese Canadian women: Naoe, Keiko, and Muriel, who are experiencing an identity crisis. Naoe, an elder in the home, is an anguished woman who attempts to come to terms with her immigration to Canada, while Keiko, Naoe’s daughter, struggles to assimilate into the Canadian culture leaving her Japanese heritage behind. Muriel, (Naoe refers to her as Murasaki), is Keiko’s daughter who is born in Canada. Growing up,…

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    Restaurant Analysis

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    was memorable was of grilled Geoduck clam with homemade soy sauce. The soy sauce dripped over many fine lines and creases, covering the clam and creating a slightly chewy and viscous texture. The fragrance of the clam was amplified as it was grilled over charcoal and dressed lightly with rock salt before the soy sauce was drizzled on the clam. By boiling apples and pears with the soy sauce, it elevated the flavours of the sushi to another dimension. The meal consisted of 20 different kinds of…

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    The Introduction and Popularization of Teriyaki Sauce in United States from the 1940s to 1990s “Te ri(照り)” means light, glowing and shining, and “Ya ki(焼き)” means a way of cook and grill in Japanese (Trang 87). Teriyaki is a direct translation of the word “Teriyaki” in Japanese. Teriyaki is used as a traditional Japanese cooking style that involves grilling food with a special sauce called Teriyaki sauce. Teriyaki sauce are familiar to most people in the world, including Americans. Many people…

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    Sushi Bar Research Paper

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    Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar Located on 325 N Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar is rated 4.5 stars out of 5 by Facebook users. Being at its location, surrounded by water of Penns Landing, customers would say that the view is absolutely amazing. Although being an Asian restaurant, as you look through their menu Hibachi also has some foods of the American culture as well. This restaurant deserves its 4.5 stars, it meets up with all of…

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    Amul Milk Case Study

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    INTRODUCTION : Ghee is a class of clarified butter that originated in South Asia and is commonly used in South Asian (Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepali, Sri Lankan, and Pakistani) cuisine and ritual. Ghee is a type of clarified butter that is prepared by boiling butter and removing the residue. Spices can be added for flavor. Ghee has a long shelf-life and needs no refrigeration if kept in an airtight container to prevent oxidation. The texture, color and taste of ghee depends on the…

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