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Lecture 14

FSCN 3615 Lecture 14: March 6-2

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Food Science and Nutrition
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FSCN 3615
Cherry Smith

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Britain Continued 1662: King Charles and his wife, Catherine brought back foreign tea from Holland and influenced the wealthy classes of society Tea mania spread maong English high society 18th century: popularity of tea grew Misperception for term high tea: sounds real and lofty Actually for term: consumed during/near dinner In England, the traditional tea time was 4:00 (low tea)- 6:00 (high tea) No one stayed after 7:00 Low Tea Tea consumed in a sitting room where low tables (like a coffee table) were placed near sofas or chairs generally in a large drawing room Served at 4 pm in the homes of wealthy aristocrats with simple gourmet tidbits rather than regular meals Served with: Freshly baked scones Afternoon tea sandwiches: thinly-sliced cucumber sandwiches with the crusts cut off Assorted pastries High Tea For lower and middle classes Considered the main meal of the day and featured meats, bread, butter, pickles, cheeses and tea at high dining tables 6pm: main meal The Royal Family Patriarchal system (traditionally) now it is first born, independent of sex of child The Royal Family has no real power, only symbolic, but it is a British Institution loved by the public Now Britain has a queen King Henry VIII Reigned 1509-1547 Six wives Ann Boleyn: gave him a daughter, Elizabeth Jane Seymour (wife 3): gave him a son, Edward VI Queen Elizabeth I Britain become a world power during her 45 year reign Never married, no children Intelligent, shrewd, determined Did not want to give up her power to a man Queen Victoria Reigned as Queen 1839-1901 Had 9 children Ruled for 50 years Queen Elizabeth II Still the queen right now Has been ruling since 195, ruling 65 years Her father was King George VI Has 4 children King will take over, oldest child Traditional Foods of Scotland and Wales Scotland: Game and salmon Haggis: lambs organ meat (lungs, liver, and heart) mixed with suet, onions, herbs and spices, then packed into a skin bag traditionally made of a sheeps stomach Often served with mashed potatoes and mashed turnips Wales: Traditional breakfast made of boiled seaweed, rolled with fine Welsh oatmeal into little cakes and fried into crisp patties with eggs, bacon and cockles (seafood) Bara Brith: a fruit bread with raisins, currants, fruit peel Welsh Rarebit: melted cheese on toast Cawl: a rich stew made with bacon, scraps of lamb and vegetables Welsh Cakes, also known as Griddle Scones Italy The boot 2 islands (Sicily and Sardinia) Sardinia is a Blue Zone (live a long time) (other blue zone is Okinawa (Japan)) one in California, Loma Linda (vegetarian, health oriented) Mediterranean climate except in mountainous regions Apennine range forms peninsula backbone and joins the Alps in the north Highest peak is Mont Blanc 2 volcanoes: Vesuvius- dormant, Naples Etna- active, Sicily Mount Vesuvius
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