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Encyclopedia > American cuisine


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The Cuisine of the United States is characterized by the broad diversity of the possible foods, but more importantly the willingness of the country as a whole to integrate widely divergent foods. Cuisines differ from region to region and are influenced by innovation and centuries of immigration.


Some kinds of American cuisine include:

List of American foods

Corn on the cob
Corn on the cob
Buffalo burger
Buffalo burger

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American Cuisine - CookbookWiki (926 words)
Another major turning point for American cuisine was the days of the "melting pot" in the early 20th century.
The main factors that determine the variations of American cuisine are climate, ingredient availability, immigrants and neighboring countries.
Americans never miss an opportunity to celebrate their food, by either eating hot dog's at a ball game or organizing a festival to honor a certain food.
Native American cuisine: Information from Answers.com (2007 words)
Cuisine A cuisine (from French cuisine, meaning "cooking; culinary art; kitchen;" itself from Latin coquina, meaning the same; itself from the Latin verb coquere, meaning "to cook") is a specific set of cooking traditions and practices, often associated with a place of origin.
The cuisine of Spain often mirrors the cuisines of its Mediterranean neighbors, and in addition to the abundance of olives, olive oil, tomatoes, seafood and meats, other foreign influences, such as the use of saffron, were introduced during the spice trade.
In Peruvian cuisine guinea pigs are popular as a source of meat (derived from the diet of the Inca) and staples indigenous to the region, such as maize and the myriad of potato varieties, are the most utilized there.
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