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Thai Food
Thai Food
Thai Food
Thai food is one of the world's famous cuisine which use a variety of herbs and spices giving aromatic tastes and smell. Thus, its chilli-hot flavour is well-known worldwide. However, there are more than the spicy tastes. Thai cuisine uses balance, variety and detail in principle. The flavours, spicy, sour, salty, sweet and sometimes bitter are found in Thai food. Nonetheless, each region also has unique ingredients and ways in preparing the food giving a wide variety from the north to the south. Generally, meat and vegetable are cooked together in one dish which gives variety in nutrition.
Seafood
Seafood
Seafood
Seafood includes aquatic animals such as fish and shellfish including edible seaweed. Seafood is a source that provides protein as well as other nutritions that our body needs. It has high protein that is easily digested, vitamins, minerals, low calories and low cholesterol. Seafood is particularly beneficial to heart, brain and joints. A lot of seafood gives tasteful flavours and texture without a ot of preparation or ingredients to make a dish. Seafood is different from meat, still animal. Therefore, it is excluded in vegetarian diet. Seafood in Thailand is abundant with species, used in many dishes and is made as processed products. It is available at all main tourist destinations.
International Food
International Food
International Food
Even though Thailand has a strong food culture, there is a constant development on international food market in terms of dining outlets as well as imported products. There is a great variety from all around the world. Not limited to the capital city, Bangkok, international food is available at most tourist destinations throughout the country. Thailand offers copious choices such as Hungarian Goulash casserole, Tasmanian salmon, Kobe beef from Japan, Lamb from Down Under, Trout from Denmark, Spanish Paella and many more.
Australian Food
Australian Food
Australian Food
Austrian food is rich in texture and has a unique flavor. Austrian cuisine was influenced by the countries surrounding it. These countries are Germany, Hungary, and Italy. The most consumed meats in Austria are chicken, beef, and pork. Pastries, sweets, jams, and cakes are also Austrian favorites. Some famous Austrian dishes are Wiener Schnitzel and Apple Strudel. It is believed that the Wiener Schnitzel originally came from Milan, Italy and was introduced to Viennese cuisine in the 16th century.
Chinese Food
Chinese Food
Chinese Food
Chinese Food has a number of different genres, but the most influential and typical known by the public are the 'Eight Cuisines'. These are as follows: Shandong Cuisine, Guangdong Cuisine, Sichuan Cuisine, Hunan Cuisine, Jiangsu Cuisine, Zhejiang Cuisine, Fujian Cuisine and Anhui Cuisine. The essential factors that establish the form of a genre are complex and include history, cooking features, geography, climate, resources and life styles.
European Food
European Food
European Food
European food has a distinct flavor and rich history. The food in Europe can be characterized by four categories: meats, sugar, cereals, and fats. Meats include tripe, fish, blood sausages, and wild game. Brought from India and the New World, cane sugar became a necessary ingredient in European recipes and foods.
French Food
French Food
French Food
French cuisine, one of the strong gastronomic cultures is known for its variety and refinement, not to mention cheese and wines which is the main part of French cuisine. Vegetables such as eggplant, turnips, onions, leeks and potatoes are widely used. French food varies by regions and many of the regional dishes have become popular in a national level.
German Food
Italian Food
German Food
German cuisine reminds us of American food in its emphasis on meat and potatoes, but the focus on sweet and sour flavors is strictly German. German food generally consists of Pork, beef, and poultry with pork being the most popular. Among poultry, chicken is most common, although duck, goose, & turkey are also used in traditional German cuisine. Game meats, especially venison, rabbit, and boar are usually available all year round. Lamb and goat are also available, but are not as popular.
Indian Food
Indian Food
Indian Food
Indian food is often quite spicy. Chili, curry powder, cardamom, garlic, onions, cloves, turmeric and cumin are all common ingredients in Indian cooking. Of course, VegVoyages respects everyone's palate and can have the food prepared to fit your individual tastes and needs.
Irish Food
Irish Food
Irish Food
Irish cuisine takes its influence from the crops grown and animals farmed in its temperate climate. Irish beef is renowned for its high quality and exported worldwide. There is heavy use of cabbage, potatoes, grain and dairy products in the cuisine. Examples of traditional Irish are Irish stew; Coddle, Dublin's traditional dish, Colcannon – a mixture of mashed potatoes, kale or cabbage, and seasonings, Soda Bread and Irish Breakfast, usually consisting of fried eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato and black pudding (blood sausage) and white pudding (pork and oatmeal sausage)
Italian Food
Italian Food
Italian Food
Aerobics is basically known as a physical “Body” exercises which supplementary effective to the heart able to pump more blood and oxygen with each beat and toned-up muscles throughout the body. Now a day the number is increasing with popularity of aerobics, particularly among the older age groups, is that it provides a sort of life insurance. Moreover, Aerobics is also can be use in treating some patient’s example, with pulmonary emphysema.
Japanese Food
Japanese Food
Japanese Food
Japanese cuisine offers a great variety of dishes and regional specialties. Japanese food is as refined as any of the great cuisines of the world, but alongside the elegant fare is the humble bowl of rice and the heritage of simple country cooking. The traditional Japanese diet is no doubt one of the healthiest in the world and thankfully tofu, miso, sushi, green tea, and soba are now familiar to many people outside of Japan.
Mexican Food
Mexican Food
Mexican Food
Mexican food is one of the most popular cuisines of the world, with its famous tacos, nachos or the enchiladas. Mexican gastronomical delights have titillated the taste buds of food-lovers all over the world. Popular Mexican dishes are now available in multi-cuisine restaurants across the globe. However, Mexican cuisine is much more than the popular spicy salsa and the refreshing guacamole. Here is an attempt to fathom the various culinary influences that have led to the emergence of this rich and colorful cuisine.
Swiss Food
Swiss Food
Swiss Food
The Swiss cuisine has a huge selection of bread, dairy products such as milk, yogurt, butter and cheese. Vegetables that are used in preparing meal are carrots, cauliflower, potatoes, beans, spinach. Meat such as beef, pork, chicken and veal are served in many different ways. It also shows the influences of neighbouring countries like Italy, France and Germany.