INTL FOOD & CULTURE
INTL FOOD & CULTURE HFT 2890
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Chapter 1 l Civilizations that were on the shore of the ocean tended to have food provided by a Fishermen 2 The civilization that was wiped out by the consequences of a volcanic eruption was a Minoan 3 The Greek civilization developed before the Roman Empire a TRUE 4 The Aztec civilization developed before the Mayan a FALSE 5 The Roman Empire was a Split in the 3rd century CE Chapter 2 6 One s age is an aspect ofetlmicity a FALSE 7 Language is an aspect of ethnicity a FALSE 8 Language is an aspect ofculture a TRUE 9 Housing is an aspect of culture a TRUE 10 The reduced homogeneity of England s population is due primarily to political refugees from the war in Vietnam a FALSE 1 l Pilgrims came to America for a Religious freedom 12 Many Vietnamese came to the United States as a Political refugees 13 Irish who came to America in the midl 9Lh century were escaping a The Potato Famine 14 Late dinners in Spain became the custom because of a Climate 15 Eye contact is an aspect of a Body language 16 In Ethiopia food is eaten using a Injera 17 An important aspect of cultural manners is the style of greeting people a TRUE 18 When entering a home I Japan the tradition is to a Remove shoes 19 A handshake is the universal way of greeting people a TRUE 20 Mahatma Gandhi led a march to the sea in India to a Protest the tax on salt 21 Eggs are important to Christians at Easter to symbolize the resurrection of Christ a TRUE Chapter 3 22 The Hindu holy books are called the a Vedas 23 Hindus believe in reincarnation a TRUE 24 Jews believe in reincarnation a FALSE 25 Christians believe in reincarnation a FALSE 26 The Christian holy book is a The Bible 27 The caste system is part of Chapter 4 38 39 40 a Hinduism Seder is a tradition in a Judaism The founder of Islam was a Muhammad Judaism and Christianity were founded within a century of each other a FALSE Cows are allowed to roam free in India because they are a Believed to be holy The month of fasting practiced in Islam is called a Ramadan The food guidelines of Judaism are called a Kashruth The holiday that starts the Jewish New Year is called a Rosh Hashanah Muslims and Jews are prohibited from eating pork a TRUE Muslims and Jews are prohibited from eating beef a FALSE SeventhDay Adventists eat a vegetarian diet a TRUE The United Kingdom governs Zimbabwe today a FALSE Yorkshire pudding is a dessert a FALSE Mulligatawny soup or stew is a dish re ecting the British Empire s occupation of a India 41 Haggis is a dish that originated in a Scotland 42 Atri e is a A dessert of pound cake custard and fruit 43 Shepherd s pie is a A meat pie of meat gravy and onions topped With mashed potatoes 44 Laverbread is a special food from a Wales 45 Shortbread is used for making sandwiches in Scotland a FALSE 46 Can is a a A Welsh onedish meal 47 Bubble and squeak is a fried dish made With le overs a TRUE 48 Hot cross buns are a favorite bread for a Easter 49 Scones usually are served at dinners when roast beef is on the menu a FALSE 50 Corned beef and cabbage is a favorite dish in a Ireland Chapter 5 51 Scandinavia is sometimes called the Land of the Midnight Sun because the sun shines at midnight on the Winter equinox a TRUE 52 Vikings attacked neighboring Scandinavian countries but did not venture south of Denmark a FALSE 53 The major religion in Scandinavia is a Lutheran 54 The native culture in northern Scandinavia is UI UI UI ON UI 64 65 66 67 a Sami Lingonberry is another name for cloudberry a FALSE The type of meat that is commonly served in the far northern part of Scandinavia is a Reindeer Rommegrot is a A porridge Akvavit is a Made from potato mash Gravet is another name for lute sk a FALSE Openfaced sandwiches in Denmark are called a Smorrebrod Norwegian at bread is called a Lefse Spritsar are Swedish ringshaped Christmas cookies a TRUE Gravet is smoked cod a FALSE Chapter 6 Wheat rye and barley are important cereal crops in northern parts of Central Europe a TRUE Belgium and the Netherlands traded with the same countries during the colonial period a TRUE A powerful family in Prussia for centuries prior to WWI was the a Hohenzollerns A crop that is important for the brewing of German beers is a Hops l N 1 LA 1 4 1 ON 77 78 79 80 81 Raclet te is a popular dish from a Switzerland Lebkuchen originated in a Germany Stoemp originated in a Belgium Sauerkraut originate din a Germany Apfel strudel originated in a Austria Saurbraten originated in a Switzerland Fondue originated in a Switzerland Waterzooi a Belgium Wiener schnitzel originated in a Germany Rijsttafel is popular in a The Netherlands Chapter 7 The Turks had a signi cant in uence on the foods in the Balkans a TRUE The Turks had a signi cant in uence on the foods inthe Baltic States a FALSE Another name for the Roma is a Gypsies The Roma enriched the culture of Hungary through music and dance Chapter 8 91 92 93 94 a TRUE An Easter specialty in Russia is a Kulich Shashlyk is the Russian version of a Shish kebabs Kielbasa is a a Polish sausage Gulyas is a specialty of a Hungary Mamaliga is Romania s version of a Italian polenta Paskha is a cake made in Russia at Easter a TRUE The Baltic States include a Estonia Latvia and Lithuania Which of the following is not a nation in the Balkans a Slovakia Poland was once under the power of the Ottoman Empire a TRUE The Punic Wars were fought between the Romans and the Carthaginians a TRUE The Roman Empire was split into two parts long before the Crusades a FALSE The powerful family in Florence in the l4Lh century was the a Medici Many religious holidays are celebrated in Italy a TRUE
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