International Recipes & Food Traditions
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Cooking Around the World - Anthropology of Food
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Food Traditions and Recipes From Several Countries
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The Anthropology of Food is an analysis of food in culture. While the primary purpose for food is nutrition, it also has a cultural dimension by which people choose what they eat not only by flavor or nutritional value but by cultural, religious, economic, status and environmental factors. - These pages are a supplement to Anthropology of Food, Food Science and are a collection of sampler recipes providing only a taste of each country and perhaps some information about the history and culture behind each cuisine.
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Angolan recipes __ You will find three here. - From recipezaar.com - http://www.recipezaar.com/recipes/angolan
Margarita's Angolan Menu __ "Angola, as its neighbor Mozambique, was established as a Portuguese colony and its food and cuisine owe much to the old colonial power. The Portuguese not only imported their foodstuff and cooking methods to Angola, but those of its other colonies, so that today Angolan cuisine is not very different from Brazilian cuisine." A short list of recipes. - From Margarita's International Recipes - http://www.lacabe.com/marga/food/int/angola/
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