Y9 Spanish – La comida española

21 03 2010

Y9 Spanish Homework – March 2010

¿Qué sabes de la comida española?

Post your 5 interesting facts about Spanish food here.

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25 03 2010
Ryan T 9L

fatcs:
Spanish food is very healthy and they have a well balanced diet.
Bolos are very popular in Spain and these are jam filled rolls and they have these for breakfast.
Magdalenas are another type of famous food in Spain which they eat for breakfast.
Rabbit stew is a unique piece of Spanish food which they have for their lunch.
At tea time there is a meal called “arroz cubano” which is a meal they have for their tea as well and this is very popular in Spain.

25 03 2010
Dylan 9m

1)Whether they are at a family gathering or joining with their neighbors for a local fiesta, the rich bounty of their land is the centerpiece any Spanish celebration.
2)The Romans are thought to have introduced olives, figs, grapes and wine.
3)The Moors and the Arabs who controlled much of the Iberian peninsula for some seven hundred years contributed greatly, not only by introducing rice and sugar cane along with a host of previously unseen fruits and vegetables.
4)Spanish cuisine consists of a variety of dishes which stem from differences in geography, culture and climate. It is heavily influenced by seafood available from the waters that surround the country.
5) It is also renowned for its health benefits and fresh ingredients.

25 03 2010
Kate T ...9E...

MY SPANISH FOOD FACTS !

1.Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it. Tapa means cover and was traditionally a slice of cheese or ham placed over a drink.

2. Though Spain is more famous for its red wine than white, the majority of its vine yards have white grapes.

3. Tomatoes, potatoes, avocadoes, and chocolate were all imported into Europe by Spain.

4. The Spanish in particular, the people of Cadiz, they claim to have invented fried fish. Great Britain had links to Cadiz in the eighteenth century and it is thought that the British imported the idea of fish ‘n’ chips from there.

5. Common wine labeling is also used in Spain to guarantee the quality of ham and olive oil.

25 03 2010
Sam A

The following things are what i found out about the spanish foods
.Traditional spanish foods is unpretentious and easy to make
. Paella is originally from spain and its the most famous food
. The spanish cusine is very much influenced by seafood form the sea waters around the country
. Many spanish foods are cooked and prepared in the same way that they were two or three hundread years ago
.The Spanish ´tapa´ tradition is as important for the conversation and company as for the delicious Spanish food. Every Spaniard has his favourite tasca, as the tapas bars are often called, where people go regularly to meet their friends. Tapas can be found everywhere even in small pubs and villages

25 03 2010
Chloe 9E

* Spanish food is heavily influenced by seafood
*The original paella was not considered a seafood dish but had chicken, rabb,it and pork, sometimes even snails
*Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it
*The Spanish claim to have invented fried fish
*Even though Spain is more famous for its red wine than white, the majority of its vineyards have white grapes

26 03 2010
chloe

in spain they say there is nothing more traditional than jamón serrano. in spain ham is a national treasure by all walks of life.jamones wherever you look hanging in stores, bars, and even private homes.also in spain ´tapa is a tradition its important for the conversation and company for the delicious Spanish food. Every Spaniard has his favourite tasca, as the tapas bars are places often called, where people go regularly to meet their friends or business acquaintances.

26 03 2010
adam 9m

•Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it. Tapa means cover and was traditionally a slice of cheese or ham placed over a drink.
•Though Spain is more famous for its red wine than white, the majority of its vineyards have white grapes.
•Spain is one of the top five importers of Scotch whiskey in the world.
•Tomatoes, potatoes, avocadoes, tobacco, and cacao (for chocolate) were all imported into Europe by Spain
• In Spanish, sherry is called ‘vino de Jerez’ (Jerez wine

27 03 2010
Laura 9m

Spanish food
1 .traditional Spanish food is influenced by the Greek, Roman,

2. Spanish cuisine comprises a small variety of dishes and is heavily influenced by seafood available from the waters around the country.

3. Pork is very popular in Spain and has been so for centuries. It was a statement of Christian ethnicity or cleanliness of blood, because it was forbidden to Jews and Muslims.

4. Most recipes always include pork loin chops in garlic and red peppers, as well as brandy.

5. Meals eaten by Spaniards are made traditionally by hand, from fresh ingredients bought daily from the local market.

27 03 2010
Sophie V 9e

1) On the first saturday of September a fiesta called Jerez’s sherry festival takes place and the spanish get to taste up to 100 different types of wine.
2) Cider is popular in the north of Spain.
3) A sefood festival takes place in O’Grove and you get to taste different fish and seafood dishes
4) Dinner starts at 10pm
5) The main course for breakfast is coffee.

28 03 2010
Katie N 9m

these are the five facts that i have found out about spanish food:
1. Spain makes 44% of the worlds olive oil.
2. The original paella was a seefood dish but had chicken rabbit and pork (and sometimes snails).
3. Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it. Tapas means to cover and was traditionally a slice of cheese or ham placed over a drink.
4. The spanish are said to have invented fried fish and this is where the english got the idea of fish and chips.
5. Tomatoes, potatoes, avocadoes, tobacco, and cacao (for chocolate) were all imported into Europe by Spain.

28 03 2010
Lee H 9M

I Found That….
1)Tomatoes, potatoes, avocadoes, tobacco, and cacao (for chocolate) were all imported into Europe by Spain.
2)Households in Spain buy fresh pan (bread) every day.
3)Serrano ham is one of Spains favourites, along with Paella.
4)Spain produces massive amounts of oranges.
5)Different regions prefer different food and have different specialities, therefore your taste buds may be affected according to where you were born. Lee H 9M

28 03 2010
John9L

1. Paella is the most well known spanish dish worldwide
2. Gaspacho (cold tomato soup) was origionally from andalucia
3. In Spain their is a festival called la Tomatina in a town near valencia in which people launch tomatos at each other
4. corn or flour is never used in spanish food
5. Spanish food is never spicy because latin chillies aren’t

28 03 2010
Ineke van Mourik 9L

5 facts about Spanish food……..
.The original pealla wasn’t a seafood dish but had chicken,pork and rabbit
.Sherry comes from Jerez in Andalusia, the spanish call it “vino de Jerez”
.Tomatoes and potatoes were imported into Europe by Spain
.The Spanish invented fried fish and that Britain got the idea of fish and chips from there
.Tapas isn’t a type of food but a way of eating it, tapas means to cover and was traditionally a slice of ham or cheese covering a drink

28 03 2010
Phoebe 9M

fact1…Spain makes 44% of the world’s olive oil, more than twice that of Italy and four times that of Greece.
fact2…The original paella was not considered a seafood dish but had chicken, rabbit and pork (and sometimes snails).
fact3…Nearly three-quarters of the world’s saffron is grown in Spain.
fact4…Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it. Tapa means cover and was traditionally a slice of cheese or ham placed over a drink.
fact5…Tomatoes, potatoes, avocadoes, tobacco, and cacao (for chocolate) were all imported into Europe by Spain.

28 03 2010
Sam R

My 5 intresting spanish food facts :

1. Tapas – is not a type of food , or a food , its a way of eating a food.
2. Any type of spanish food will come in the form of a tapas.
3. One of the most popular spanish foods is ham known as “Jamon”.
4. Spanish foods are mainly made of oil.
5. Spain is renowned for its Paella dish.

28 03 2010
Sam 9L

1 More than 44% of the worlds olive oil is made in spain.
2 One of spains most common dishes is paella.
3 Tapas isn’t a type of food but a way of eating it.
4 Spain is one of the top five importers of Scotch whiskey in the world.
5 Ham is one of Spains most popular foods.

28 03 2010
Megan 9E

1. Hot Chocolate in Spain is traditionally served with churros which are long thin donuts

2. A Tapa is quatre of the size of a regular meal.

3. Spain is the second counrty following japan of eating the most seafood

4. Orange Juice in spain is often served with a packet of sugar.

5.Hot Chocolate in spain is very thick it is almost like a pudding

29 03 2010
Emily 9M

1.Paella is the most popular Spanish food

2.A lot of Spanish food is very healthy

3.Spain makes 44% of the worlds olive oil

4. Houses buy fresh bread every morning

5. Spanish foods are mainly made of oil

29 03 2010
abbie 9E

1)Nearly three quarters of the world’s saffron is grown in Spain
2)The Spanish invented fried fish and that Britain got the idea of fish and chips from there
3)Spain makes 44% of the world’s olive oil
4) the main course for breakfast is coffee
5)Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it

31 03 2010
Summer 9E (:

1. Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it

2. Spanish foos is heavily indluenced by sea food

3. There are thousands of different spanish recipies and flavours

4. It consisst of a variety of dishes from climate, culture and geography

5. 44% of the word olive oil is made in spain

31 03 2010
jess 9L

.Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it. Tapa means cover and was traditionally a slice of cheese or ham placed over a drink.
.The Spanish (in particular, the people of Cadiz) claim to have invented fried fish. Great Britain had links to Cadiz in the eighteenth century and it is thought that the British imported the idea of fish ‘n’ chips from there.
.’Dominations of Origin’, common in wine labeling, is also used in Spain to guarantee the quality of ham, olive oil and even paprika.
.Tomatoes, potatoes, avocadoes, tobacco, and cacao (for chocolate) were all imported into Europe by Spain.
.Spain makes 44% of the world’s olive oil, more than twice that of Italy and four times that of Greece.

31 03 2010
Charlotte F 9L

1.The Spanish dont put flour or corn in tortillas.In Spain tortillas are a very popular and delicious egg and potato dish.

2. Spanish food is more garlicky than spicy!

3. Paella is the most popular Spanish dish.

4. Spanish food is uncomplicated and simple to cook with.

5. The churro is a fried, pastry dough snack which is served with hot chocolate to dip it in.

1 04 2010
ciaraa

1)Tapas is not a type of food but a way of eating it
2) Spain makes 44% of the world’s olive oil
3)Tapas isn’t a type of food but a way of eating it, tapas means to cover and was traditionally a slice of ham or cheese covering a drink
4)One of the most popular spanish foods is ham
5)corn or flour is never used in spanish food

1 04 2010
Lucy 9M

1) nearly three quarters of the worlds saffron is grown in spain.
2)spain makes 44% of the worlds olive oil
3) tapas is a small meal, like a snack more than a meal
4)paella is one of the most popular spanish dish
5)Spain produces massive amounts of oranges

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