1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo is located in a widely populated area in downtown Syracuse.
Not only does the zoo have animals which one can look at, but the zoo has a whole
catering segment which can satisfy ones hunger. The zoo has catered
1. Blackbirding was the kidnapping of people in the Pacific in the late 1800s. It served the purpose of searching for human cargo to work as laborers. 2. Cannibalism was a ritual practice. 3. Indentured labor work 4. Captain James Cook 5. The patter of mi
2. Kai is staple starchy foods such as taro, yam, or breadfruit. Oppositely, Kina is a food
eaten with another like relish. Katana dina is the equivalent Fijian term for real food
and, like elsewhere in the Pacific region, refers to root crops l
1. True 2. Umu 3. Toxicity 4. Westerners 5. Tool, Symbol 6. 7. 8. Heat and Humidity 9. Fish(seafood), meats, sweet potatoes 10. It was said that they would leave the kangaroos nostrils exposed above the ground to serve as a "gauge of doneness." When the s
1. This statement means that there are many different things that are said through food and
the way people eat in the Pacific Islands. Many times they communicate the social
relations between people (more specifically men and women at times).
1. There is a formal welcome from chiefs and elders, a kava or toddy ceremony, toasts, speeches, dances, music, and a lavish, colorful display of food to impress the eye, smiles and gestures of welcome, and an atmosphere of excited expectation. 2. luau; H
April 24, 2013
Pacific Island and Fusion Cuisine was definitely my favorite class by far this semester.
What I loved most about the class was that it was very interactive as well as being educational.
In the past I had tak