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New utensils made it possible to prepare these foods in new ways, and such dishes as bacalao a la vizcaina (“dried cod”) and finnan haddie (smoked haddock) are still eaten. So essential was the soybean to Chinese civilisation that it was considered one of the five sacred grains (the others being rice, barley, wheat, and millet). Mesoamerican (what is now Mexico and Central America) peoples begin domesticating plants –gourds, peppers, avocados, and a grain, amaranth 6500 B. Evidence suggests that peas were grown in Turkey 6000 B. 1488 Portuguese vessels reached South Africa by 1488 for purpose of spice trading 1489 Portuguese vessels reached Calicut in India by 1498 for purpose of spice trading 1493 Christopher Columbus introduces sugar cane into Hispaniola (Haiti-Dominion Republic) 1498 The toothbrush is invented by a Chinese dentist.The popularity of soybeans in the Orient was due to their wide use as a food 11000 B. Flint-edged wooden sickles are used to gather wild grains. 16th Century Celery cultivated from the wild and poisonous variety in Italy sometime in the 16th century Kidney beans, and vanilla pods introduced into Europe from the Americas Rice and limes introduced to Mexico by Spanish Traders Avocadoes ‘discovered’ by the Spanish in Mexico Cashew and peanuts were introduced into Europe by Portuguese Traders from the Americas Cauliflower is introduced to France from Italy in the middle of the 16th century.They probably did not deliberately cook food, though, until long after they had learned to use fire for light and warmth. In Egypt, small, raw birds were pickled in brine and eaten cold in the 3rd millennium BC, but excavations from the same period indicate that more sophisticated cooking methods were in use and that the rich particularly liked elaborate stews. Maybe the most famous of all meals is served and partaken of: the last supper of Christ Oranges appear in India in the first century A. from China 25 to 200 AD One of the first applications of metals was to build a stove. The most notable ancient water-supply and waste-disposal systems were those of Rome. Benedict founds the Benedictine order and builds an abbey at Monte Cassino, Italy.It has been speculated that Peking man roasted meats, but no clear evidence supports the theory. The Incas were freezing potatoes in the snow for preservation Geese known to have been popular in Germany Chinese thought to be producing a type of alcohol spirit from rice 800 BC Cultivated tomatoes used in Mexico 776 BC According to the earliest records, only one athletic event was held in the ancient Olympics–a foot race of about 183 m (200 yd), or the length of the stadium. Leavened BREAD seems to have first appeared in Egypt, although the time and place are uncertain. Cast iron was used for this purpose in China, through a process in which melted iron was poured into sand moulds. In AD 97, Sextus Julius FRONTINUS, then water commissioner of Rome, reported the existence of 9 aqueducts of lengths varying from 16 to more than 80 km (10 to 50 ml), with cross sections of 0.5 to 4.5 sq m (7 to 50 sq ft). 575 The coffee aribica first thought to be cultivated about this time 7th Century A. The Patron Saints of cooks lived in this century: Fortunat; a famous poet and Bishop of Poitiers is the Patron saint of Male cooks and Radegonde; the patron saint of female cooks, founded a monastery that Fortunat became chaplain of 600 Windmills are in use in Persia for irrigation.The earliest compound dish was a crude paste (the prototype of the pulmentum of the Roman legions and the polenta of later Italians) made by mixing water with the cracked kernels of wild grasses. Bread making probably originates in Egypt about this time. 1411 Production of the spirit Armagnac recorded 1416 The French Butchers Guild that had reigned supreme for centuries was dissolved by Royal Decree, they lost all their privileges and their shops destroyed.This paste, toasted to crustiness when dropped on a hot stone, made the first bread. Sumerians using wild mushrooms as a food Olives known to have been grown on the island of Crete 3000 B. Farmers of Mesapotomia were growing crops of turnips, onions, broad beans, peas, lentils, leeks, radishes and maybe garlic. 1432 Caviar is first mentioned as an hors d’oeuvres in Rabelais’ work; Pantagruel.

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Assalammualaikum, alhamdulillah dengan izin Allah swt, maka selamat lah kita menunaikan ibadah puasa untuk hari ke - 3. Ianya kosong dan diisi dengan inti seakan2 popiah dan dimakan bersama sos cili. Dan ia harus dimakan sejurus anda letak inti dan sosnya, untuk mengelakkan mangkuk pie tee jadi lemau dan tidak rangup.

Tapi yang ni bancuhannya tidak diletakkan santan dan gula. Mangkuk pie tee tu anda boleh buat awal, simpan dalam bekas kedap udara dan bila nak makan, siapkan inti dan boleh hidangkan.

The roasting spit was augmented by a variety of fired-clay vessels, and the cooking techniques of boiling, stewing, braising, and perhaps even incipient forms of pickling, frying, and oven baking were added. The start of what we now know as the charcuterie and the masters of the profession Charcutieres.

Early cooks probably had already learned to preserve meats and fish by smoking, salting, air-drying, or chilling. The cultivation of soybeans in China predates recorded history and spread from there to other countries in eastern Asia before the modern period. The name is derived from the old French: chair, ‘flesh’ and cuit, cooked.

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