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  • 1. Spain Geography History Culture Food2

2. Geografa3 3. Madrid-capital4 4. Catalua-BarcelonaBara5 5. La Corua-northern Spain6 6. Valencia7 7. Anadalucia8 8. Las Islas Canarias9 9. History10 10. Introduction to Spanish Foods 11. Influences on Traditional Foods Cooking Elements: Romans Moors Ingredients: Imports from exploration of new word Spanish history includes much time overrun by outsiders wanting to take over. Resulting in absorption of wide range of cooking styles. 12 12. Ingredients From New World Tomato Chocolate Potato Beans Sweet Potato Zucchini Vanilla Peppers13 13. Agricultural Production Largest producer of olives in world Chief agricultural products: Barley Milk Olives OrangesPotatoes Tomatoes Wheat Grapes Poor soil and dry climate results in low production.14 14. Livestock Sheep main livestock Europes leading fishing country Fishing industry includes: Mussels Sardines Cod Anchovies Squid 15 15. Spanish Meals 8:00 am light breakfast 11:00 am midmorning breakfast 1:00 pm tapas 2:00 lunch Between 5:00 and 6:00 tea and pastries Between 8:00 and 9:00 tapas Between 10:00 and Midnight dinner16 16. Light Breakfast 8:00 am Includes coffee or thick hot chocolate and churros or bread Churros are fried doughnuts17 17. Midmorning Breakfast Served at 11:00 am Usually includes: Grilled sausages Fried squid Bread with tomato Omelet18 18. Tapas Light snacks or appetizers Eaten with fingers or toothpicks Found in most cafs and bars Not unusual to find 20 or more on menu Word means cover or lid19 19. Tapas Continued Originated in Andalucia 1st tapas included thin slice of sausage or ham placed over mouth of glass to keep flies out Today they may include: olives, toasted almonds, veal rolls, stuffed peppers, peppery octopus, cheese, or dips20 20. Lunch (Comida) Main meal of day Nearly all businesses close during lunch period Eaten at home Three courses 1. 2. 3.Soup or salad Fish, meat, vegetables Fruit and cheese21 21. Between Lunch and Dinner Merienda Tea and pastries Between 5:00 and 6:00 pm Tapas Between 8:00 and 9:00 pm May skip evening meal if eat substantial amount of tapas22 22. Dinner Served between 10:00 pm and midnight Includes three light courses May include: Soup Omelets Fruit23 23. Desserts Not emphasized on menus Not popular in their culture Desserts they do serve: Flan- an egg custard topped with caramel Ice cream Fresh glass of orange juice24 24. Paella Spains signature dish 1st prepared in Valencia Each region has own recipe Named after two-handled metal pan in which it was cooked and served Ingredients may include: chicken, red peppers, shellfish, peas, snails, sausage, tomatoes Served over saffron flavored rice 25 25. Gazpacho Liquid Salad From region of Andalucia Made from ripe tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, garlic, and bread moistened with olive oil, vinegar, and ice water Served cold Different Regions have own versions26 26. Other Popular Foods Sausages (chorizo) flavored with paprika or garlic Meat and Vegetable Stews Garlic and tomatoes flavor many dishes Olive oil common ingredient Sauces accompany many dishes Wine usually accompanies meals27 27. Spanish Culture 28. Clothing Modern, conservative, stylish Girls wear trousers Boys are into designer wear29 29. Money Matters Most major credit cards are accepted Most places have ATMs that allow you to withdraw cash with your card 1 US Dollar = .77 Euro30 30. Nightlife Evenings start with el paseo Spanish life is lived in the streets Street cafes and bars Nightclubs are the main attraction for teenagers 31 31. Fiestas and Traditions Each town has their own celebrations Celebrate national holidays such as Christmas, Easter, All Saints Day, ect. Majority of festivities are religious based 32 32. Bullfighting The National Sport of Spain 711 AD 24,000 bulls are killed each year33 33. Flamenco The Great Spanish Tradition Cante: the song Baile: the dance Guitarra: guitar playing Product of the Gypsies34 34. Spanish Speaking Countries 35. Do you know where Spanish is spoken? The Caribbean Central America Europe North America South America36 36. The Caribbean Las Antillas CubaCapital FactsLa Habana #1 producer of sugarGuantanamo Naval Base belong to US Known worldwide for its cigars37 37. La Repblica DominicanaCapital FactsSanto Domingo Santo Domingo is the oldest American city, established in 1496 shares the island with Haiti38 38. Puerto RicoCapital FactsSan Juan Commonwealth of the US as of 1898American citizens as of 1917 Ponce de Len first governor39 39. Central America GuatemalaCapital FactsLa Ciudad de Guatemala Most populated country of CAWas the seat of the Mayas, one of the most advanced ancient civilizations40 40. HondurasCapital FactsTegucigalpa Most mountainous of CA countriesUS buys 90% of their exported products41 41. El SalvadorCapital FactsSan Salvador Smallest country in CAOnly CA country with no Atlantic coast42 42. NicaraguaCapital FactsManagua Largest CA countryLargest cattle producing country in CA43 43. Costa RicaCapital FactsSan Jos Only American country without an armyTraditionally a democratic country44 44. PanamCapital FactsLa Ciudad de Panam US built Panama CanalPanama Canal only way for ship or boat to cross from Atlantic to Pacific without to tip of South Americagoing45 45. Europe EspaaCapitalMadridFactsColumbus received monetary support from Queen Isabel which resulted in the discovery of the New World Ruled by Dictator Francisco Franco 1939-1971 Ruled by King Juan Carlos I 1975-present46 46. North America MxicoCapital FactsLa Ciudad de Mxico Chichn-Itz ruins of Mayas and ToltecasLa Ciudad de Mxico founded on ruins of Tenochtitln, ancient capital of Aztecs47 47. 1. What is Spains dominate religion? 2. What does renaissance mean? 3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate? 4. What did Cervantes write?5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.48 48. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean? 3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate? 4. What did Cervantes write?5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.49 49. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean?Rebirth3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate? 4. What did Cervantes write?5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.50 50. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean?Rebirth3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate?Greek and Roman cultures4. What did Cervantes write?5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.51 51. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean?Rebirth3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate? 4. What did Cervantes write?5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.Greek and Roman culturesDon Quixote novel--the first52 52. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean?Rebirth3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate?Greek and Roman cultures4. What did Cervantes write?Don Quixote novel--the first5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.1. GOLD (get rich!)53 53. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean?Rebirth3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate?Greek and Roman cultures4. What did Cervantes write?Don Quixote novel--the first5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.1. GOLD (get rich!) 2. GLORY (get fame!) 54 54. 1. What is Spains dominate religion?Roman Catholic2. What does renaissance mean?Rebirth3. What two cultures did the Renaissance study and imitate?Greek and Roman cultures4. What did Cervantes write?Don Quixote novel--the first5. What were the three major motivations for explorationbriefly explain each.1. GOLD (get rich!) 2. GLORY (get fame!) 3. GOD (proselytize Christianity)55 55. 6. Why did Columbus set sail? 7. In what year did Columbus discover America? 8. What is Ferdinand Magellan best remembered for? 9.What did Hernan Cortez do? 10. What did Francisco Pizzaro do?56 56. 6. Why did Columbus set sail?Find a western route to India7. In what year did Columbus discover America? 8. What is Ferdinand Magellan best remembered for? 9.What did Hernan Cortez do? 10. What did Francisco Pizzaro do?57 57. 6. Why did Columbus set sail?Find a western route to India7. In what year did 1492 Columbus discover America? 8. What is Ferdinand Magellan best remembered for? 9.What did Hernan Cortez do? 10. What did Francisco Pizzaro do?58 58. 6. Why did Columbus set sail?Find a western route to India7. In what year did 1492 Columbus discover America? 8. What is Ferdinand Magellan best remembered for?Crew was first to circumnavigate the Earth.9.What did Hernan Cortez do? 10. What did Francisco Pizzaro do?59 59. 6. Why did Columbus set sail?Find a western route to India7. In what year did 1492 Columbus discover America? 8. What is Ferdinand Magellan best remembered for?Crew was first to circumnavigate the Earth.9.What did Hernan Cortez do?Conquered the Aztec (gold); claimed Mexico for Spain10. What did Francisco Pizzaro do?60 60. 6. Why did Columbus set sail?Find a western route to India7. In what year did 1492 Columbus discover America? 8. What is Ferdinand Magellan best remembered for?Crew was first to circumnavigate the Earth.9.What did Hernan Cortez do?Conquered the Aztec (gold); claimed Mexico for Spain10. What did Francisco Pizzaro do?Conquered the Inca (potato); claimed much of S. America for Spain61 61. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European exploration13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 62 62. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors:Cortez and Pizarro12. What were the effects of European exploration13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 63 63. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European explorationCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin America13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 64 64. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European explorationCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin AmericaA. African slaves brought from Africa13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 65 65. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European explorationCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin AmericaA. African slaves brought from Africa C. Colonies imitate parent country13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 66 66. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European explorationCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin AmericaA. African slaves brought from Africa C. Colonies imitate parent country E. European immigrate to N. and S. America13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 67 67. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European exploration13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to AmericaCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin AmericaA. African slaves brought from Africa C. Colonies imitate parent country E. European immigrate to N. and S. America D. Demise of Maya, Aztec, and Inca14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 68 68. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European exploration13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to AmericaCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin AmericaA. African slaves brought from Africa C. Colonies imitate parent country E. European immigrate to N. and S. America D. Demise of Maya, Aztec, and IncaHorses, cattle, and smallpox14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to Europe 69 69. 11. Name two Spanish conquistadors: 12. What were the effects of European exploration13. In the Columbian exchange, what went from Europe to America 14. In the Columbian exchange, which three products were shipped from America to EuropeCortez and Pizarro R. Rigid class system and dictatorships in Latin AmericaA. African slaves brought from Africa C. Colonies imitate parent country E. European immigrate to N. and S. America D. Demise of Maya, Aztec, and IncaHorses, cattle, and smallpoxPotato, corn, and tobacco 70 70. 15. The effects of the Columbian exchange:16. Who were the Jesuits? 17. Describe the government and society structure of Spanish colonies. 18. What is mercantilism?71 71. 15. The effects of the C. Cash crops grown in Columbian exchange: America16. Who were the Jesuits? 17. Describe the government and society structure of Spanish colonies. 18. What is mercantilism?72 72. 15. The effects of the C. Cash crops grown in Columbian exchange: America R. Race based slavery (Africans)16. Who were the Jesuits? 17. Describe the government and society structure of Spanish colonies. 18. What is mercantilism?73 73. 15. The effects of the C. Cash crops grown in Columbian exchange: America R. Race based slavery (Africans) O. Oh, cash crops: cotton, sugar, tobacco, coffee16. Who were the Jesuits? 17. Describe the government and society structure of Spanish colonies. 18. What is mercantilism?74 74. 15. The effects of the C. Cash crops grown in Columbian exchange: America R. Race based slavery (Africans) O. Oh, cash crops: cotton, sugar, tobacco, coffee16. Who were the Jesuits?P. Plantation system grows cash crops17. Describe the government and society structure of Spanish colonies. 18. What is mercantilism?75 75. 15. The effects of the C. Cash crops grown in Columbian exchange: America R. Race based slavery (Africans) O. Oh, cash crops: cotton, sugar, tobacco, coffee16. Who were the Jesuits?P. Plantation system grows cash crops S. Slaves brought over on Middle Passage17. Describe the government and society structure of Spanish colonies. 18. What is mercantilism?76 76. 15. The effects of the C. Cash crops grown in Columbian exc...