Úvod Ostatní Zajímavosti 25 zemí a jejich typické jídlo

25 zemí a jejich typické jídlo

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Fotografové Peter Menzel a Faith D’Aluisio procestovali svět a pro 25 různých zemí zdokumentovali, jak vypadá typické jídlo, které spotřebuje průměrná rodina v dané zemi za jeden týden.

Austrálie

typické jídlo v Austrálii

Bhútán

BHU01.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) In Shingkhey, a remote hillside village of a dozen homes, Nalim and Namgay’s family assembles in the prayer room of their three-story rammed-earth house with one week’s worth of food for their extended family of thirteen. Cooking method: clay stove fueled by wood fire. Food preservation: natural drying. Family members (left to right, standing): Sangay Kandu (39, husband of Sangay), Sangay, 35, holding Tandin Wangchuk (7 months), Sangay Zam (12, daughter of Sangay Kandu and Sangay), Chato Namgay (14, monk, son of Sangay Kandu and Sangay), Chato Geltshin (12, son of Sangay Kandu and Sangay), (left to right, seated): Zekom (9, daughter of Nalim and Namgay), Bangam (also called Kinley, 21, daughter of Nalim and Namgay), Drup Chu (56, brother of Nalim), Choeden (16, daughter of Sangay Kandu and Sangay), Nalim (53, family matriarch and wife of Namgay), Namgay (57, family patriarch and husband of Nalim), Geltshin (9, son of Sangay Kandu and Sangay). /// The Namgay family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 36). Food Expenditure for one week: $5.03 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 37 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Kanada

HUNGRY PLANET—2 Grocery List of families covered after the original Hungry Planet Family. The Melanson family consists of—Peter, 30, Pauline, 34, Joseph, 11, Jacob, 9, and Shane, 6. ONE WEEK’S FOOD IN October The Melansons of Nunavut, Canada Food Expenditure for One Week: $350.13 US dollars ** = Sealift prices (cheaper for buyers if they can afford the lump sum payment upfront) ψ = hunted, or received from Pauline’s father Dairy: $65.28^ Silhouette yogurt 1.6 L; Liberty yogurt, 1.5 L; marbled cheddar and jack cheese, 1kg; Northern butter, 454 g; cottage cheese, 250 g; sour cream, 250 g; Kraft singles processed cheese, 6 slices, 125 g. ^Milk is located in beverages. Meat, Fish, and Eggs total = $71.55 Supermarket total: $40.61 Country food total: $30.95 (Char, 10.70; plus Caribou^ 20.25) Caribou rump roast,ψ 1.874 kg; ground beef, fresh, 1.555 kg; 18 chicken eggs, 1.152 kg; arctic char, ψ 1.134 kg; pork chops, 1.094 kg; Maple Leaf bacon, 1kg; smoked beef slices, 565 g. Fruits, Vegetables & Nuts: $76.45 Quebec apples, 2.27 kg; Heinz stewed tomatoes,** 1.592 L; Dole bananas, 1.314 kg; rutabaga, 1.240 kg; South Africa oranges,1.180 kg; green grapes, 1.180 kg; baby carrots, 908 g; peppers, 552 g; Green Giant niblets corn,** 540 ml; broccoli crowns, 510 g; romaine lettuce, 506 g; Merit Select peanut butter, 500 g; tomatoes, 415 g; tomato sauce, 398 ml; dried apricots,** 362 g; cucumbers, 356 g; almonds,** 352 g; Heinz tomato paste,** 312 ml; mushrooms, 250g; garlic bulb, 25g. Starches and Grains: $41.18 3 loaves Wonder whole wheat bread, 2.025kg; white potatoes, 1.712 kg; Kelloggs Frosted Flakes,** 1 kg; white basmati rice,** 762 g; Old El Paso crisp taco shells,** 758 g; Catelli Healthy Haven multigrain spaghetti,** 750 g; Country Harvest whole grain bread, 675 g; Kelloggs mini wheats cereal,** 370 g; whole wheat baguette, 300 g. Condiments: $6.89 Merit Select syrup**, 750 ml; Kraft salad dressing, 125 ml; Merit Select mayonnaise,** 120 g; white sugar,**

Súdán

CHA104.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Aboubakar family of Darfur province, Sudan, in front of their tent in the Breidjing Refugee Camp, in eastern Chad, with a week’s worth of food. D’jimia Ishakh Souleymane, 40, holds her daughter Hawa, 2; the other children are (left to right) Acha, 12, Mariam, 5, Youssouf, 8, and Abdel Kerim, 16. Cooking method: wood fire. Food preservation: natural drying. Favorite food—D’jimia: soup with fresh sheep meat. /// The Aboubakar family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 56). Food expenditure for one week: $1.23 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 57 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Čína

CHI103.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Dong family in the living room of their one-bedroom apartment in Beijing, China, with a week’s worth of food. Seated by the table are Dong Li, 39, and his mother, Zhang Liying, 58, who eats with them a few times a week. Behind them stand Li’s wife, Guo Yongmei, 38, and their son, Dong Yan, 13. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite food—Dong Yan: yuxiang rousi—fried shredded pork with sweet and sour sauce. /// The Dong family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 74). Food expenditure for one week: $155.06 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 75 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Ekvádor

ECU04.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Ayme family in their kitchen house in Tingo, Ecuador, a village in the central Andes, with one week’s worth of food. Ermelinda Ayme Sichigalo, 37, and Orlando Ayme, 35, sit flanked by their children (left to right): Livia, 15, Natalie, 8, Moises, 11, Alvarito, 4, Jessica, 10, Orlando hijo (Junior, held by Ermelinda), 9 months, and Mauricio, 30 months. Not in photograph: Lucia, 5, who lives with her grandparents to help them out. Cooking method: wood fire. Food preservation: natural drying. /// The Ayme family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 106). Food expenditure for one week: $31.55 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 107 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Egypt

EGY03.0001a.xxf1 (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Ahmeds’ extended family in the Cairo apartment of Mamdouh Ahmed, 35 (glasses), and Nadia Mohamed Ahmed, 36 (brown headscarf), with a week’s worth of food. With them are their children, Donya, 14 (far left, holding baby Nancy, 8 months), and Karim, 9 (behind bananas), Nadia’s father (turban), Nadia’s nephew Islaam, 8 (football shirt), Nadia’s brother Rabie, 34 (gray-blue shirt), his wife, Abadeer, 25, and their children, Hussein, 4, and Israa, 18 months (held by family friend). /// The Ahmed family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 118). Food expenditure for one week: $68.53 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 119 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Francie

FRA04.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Le Moine family in the living room of their apartment in the Paris suburb of Montreuil, with a week’s worth of food. Michel Le Moine, 50, and Eve Le Moine, 50, stand behind their daughters, Delphine, 20 (standing), and Laetitia, 16 (holding spaghetti and Coppelius the cat). Cooking methods: electric stove, microwave oven. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods—Eve: fresh vegetables. Delphine: Thai food. Laetitia: pasta carbonara. /// The Le Moine family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 124). Food expenditure for one week: $419.95 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 125 for the detailed food list.)

Německo

The Sturm Family of Hamburg, Germany. Astrid Hollmann, 38, and Michael Sturm, 38, and their three children Lenard, 12, Malte Erik, 10, and Lillith, 2.5, with their typical week’s worth of food in June. ONE WEEK’S FOOD IN JUNE Food Expenditure for One Week: € 253.29 ($325.81 USD) Model Released.

Velká Británie

GRB02.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Bainton family in the dining area of their living room in Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire, with a week’s worth of food. Left to right: Mark Bainton, 44, Deb Bainton, 45 (petting Polo the dog), and sons Josh, 14, and Tadd, 12. Cooking methods: electric stove, microwave oven. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer, a second small freezer. Favorite foods—Mark: avocado. Deb: prawn-mayonnaise sandwich. Josh: prawn cocktail. Tadd: chocolate fudge cake with cream. /// The Bainton family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 140). Food expenditure for one week: $253.15 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 141 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Grónsko

GRE04.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Madsen family in their living room in Cap Hope village, Greenland, with a week’s worth of food. Standing by the TV are Emil Madsen, 40, and Erika Madsen, 26, with their children (left to right) Martin, 9, Belissa, 6, and Abraham, 12. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods—Emil: polar bear. Erika: narwhal skin. Abraham and Belissa: Greenlandic food. Martin: Danish food. /// The Madsen family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 144). Food expenditure for one week: $277.12 USD. (Since Emil is able to supplement his income guiding tourists around Greenland, the Madsens enjoy a fair amount of Danish food. For a more detailed look at the family’s food list Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 145.)

Guatemala

GUA02.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Mendoza family and a servant in their courtyard in Todos Santos Cuchumatán, Guatemala, with a week’s worth of food. Between Fortunato Pablo Mendoza, 50, and Susana Pérez Matias, 47, stand (left to right) Ignacio, 15, Cristolina, 19, and a family friend (standing in for daughter Marcelucia, 9, who ran off to play). Far right: Sandra Ramos, 11, live-in helper. Not present: Xtila, 17, and Juan, 12. Cooking methods: gas stovetop, wood stove. Food preservation: refrigerator. /// The Mendoza family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 156). Food expenditure for one week: $75.70 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 157 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Indie

IND04.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Patkar family—Jayant, 48, Sangeeta, 42, daughter Neha, 19, and son Akshay, 15—in the living room of their home in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India, with one week’s worth of food. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. /// The Patkar family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 166). Food expenditure for one week: $39.27 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 167 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Itálie

ITA03.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) In the kitchen of their apartment in Palermo, Sicily, Italy, the Manzo family—Giuseppe, 31, Piera Marretta, 30, and their sons (left to right) Mauritio, 2, Pietro, 9, and Domenico, 7—stand and sit around a week’s worth of food. Cooking methods: gas stove, microwave. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods—Giuseppe (who is a fishmonger): fish. Piera and Domenico: pasta with ragú (meat sauce). Pietro: hot dogs. Mauritio: frozen fish sticks. /// The Manzo family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 174). Food expenditure for one week: $260.11 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 175 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Japonsko

JAP01.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Ukita family—Sayo Ukita, 51, and her husband, Kazuo Ukita, 53, with children Maya, 14 (holding chips) and Mio, 17—in their dining room in Kodaira City, Japan, with one week’s worth of food. Cooking methods: gas stove, rice cooker. Food preservation: small refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods—Kazuo: sashimi. Sayo: fruit. Mio: cake. Maya: potato chips. /// The Ukita family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 180). Food expenditure for one week: $317.25 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 181 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Kuwait

KUW03.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Al Haggan family and their two Nepali servants in the kitchen of their home in Kuwait City, Kuwait, with one week’s worth of food. Standing between Wafaa Abdul Aziz Al Qadini, 37 (beige scarf), and Saleh Hamad Al Haggan, 42, are their children, Rayyan, 2, Hamad, 10, Fatema, 13, and Dana, 4. In the corner are the servants, Andera Bhattrai, 23 (left), and Daki Serba, 27. Cooking methods: gas stoves (2), microwave. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. /// The Al Haggan family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 196). Food expenditure for one week: $221.45 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 197 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Lucembursko

Family of Carlo and Marie Paule Kutten-Kass, Luxembourg with one week's worth of food. Food Expenditure for One Week: 347.64 euros* (*Homemade or homegrown: 90.85 euros of total, if purchased). Photographed in their dining room. MODEL RELEASED. Carlo and Marie Paule Kutten-Kass of the town of Erpeldange in Bous, southeast of Luxembourg City, near the German border. Carolo is 49. Marie Paule is 48. Also in the photograph: their sons Joe, 19, and Georges, 22. Their daughter was away during the time the photograph was made. Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The image is part of a collection of images and documentation for Hungry Planet 2, a continuation of work done after publication of the book project Hungry Planet: What the World Eats, by Peter Menzel & Faith D'Aluisio. One Week's Food in April 2007 The Kutten-Kass Family of Luxembourg Food Expenditure for One Week: 347.64 euros* (*Homemade or homegrown: 90.85 euros of total, if purchased) Favorite foods: Carlos: Shrimp pizza Marie Paule: Chicken in wine sauce George: Traditional Luxembourgish pasta Joe: Turkish Kebabs Sarah: Cannelloni Dairy: 24.33 euros BioG Milk, whole, fresh, 2L; Luxlait milk, semi-skimmed, UHT, 2L; Luxlait Semiskimmed milk, 1L; Luxlait milk, chocolate, 500ml; Rose (brand) butter, 500g; Luxlait yogurt, coconut, 500g; Ekabe cream cheese, 400g; Sahne drinkable yogurt, 240 ml; Auchon emmental cheese, grated, 210g; cheese, gouda, 200g (behind fish); Luxlait La Souple light cream 15%, 200 ml; Luxlait cream 33%, 200 ml; Coeur de Lion cheese, camembert, 150g; Luxlait Fit Wellness yogurt/cheese, blueberry, 150g; Granarola mozzarella, 125g; parmesan, grated, 100g. Meat, Fish, Beans & Eggs: 80.05 euros* Chicken, Bio, 2K*; veal, 1.25K; Cabillaud fillet, 1K; pork cutlet, boneless, 880g; pork bacon, 586g; eggs,* 30; pate, country, 315g; tuna, canned, 280g; ham, sliced, 260g; Caracola white beans, 200g; Zwan Franse pate, 129g (shared by Joey and Timmy the dog); salami, 126g. *Homemade or homegrown: 44.05 euros

Mali

MAL01.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Natomo family on the roof of their mud-brick home in Kouakourou, Mali, with a week’s worth of food. Cooking method: wood fire. Food preservation: natural drying. Favorite foods—the Natomo family doesn’t think in terms of “favorites.” (See opposite page for list of family members.) Family members: Soumana Natomo, 46 (in blue), sits flanked by his two wives, Fatoumata Toure, 33 (on right) and Pama Kondo, 35. Soumana and Fatoumata’s children are daughter Tena, 4 months (in Fatoumata’s lap), daughter Fourou, 12 (in front of her mother), son Kansy, 4 (in Soumana’s lap), and son and daughter Mama, 8, and Fatoumata, 10 (both at their father’s feet). Soumana and Pama’s children are son Mamadou, 10 (in front of his mother), son Mama, 13 (far left), and son and daughter Kantie, 16, and Pai, 18 (far right). To Pama’s left is Kadia Foune, 33, Soumana’s sister-in-law, with her children Kantie, 1 (in her lap), and Mariyam, 8 (squatting). They are living with the Natomos while Kadia’s husband works in Ivory Coast. /// The Natomo family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 206). Food expenditure for one week: $26.39 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 207 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Mexiko

MEX03.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Casales family in the open-air living room of their home in Cuernavaca, Mexico, with a week’s worth of food. Marco Antonio, 29, and Alma Casales Gutierrez, 30, stand with baby Arath, 1, between them. At the table are their older children, Emmanuel, 7, and Bryan, 5. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods—Marco Antonio: pizza. Alma: crab. Emmanuel: pasta. Bryan: crab and candy. Arath: chicken. /// The Casales family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 218). Food expenditure for one week: $189.09 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 219 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Mongolsko

MON01.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Batsuuri family in their single-room home—a sublet in a bigger apartment—in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, with a week’s worth of food. Standing behind Regzen Batsuuri, 44 (left), and Oyuntsetseg (Oyuna) Lhakamsuren, 38, are their children, Khorloo, 17, and Batbileg, 13. Cooking methods: electric stove, coal stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer (shared, like the stoves, with two other families). /// The Batsuuri family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 226). Food expenditure for one week: $40.02 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 227 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Norsko

The Glad-Ostensen family in Gjerdrum, Norway. Anne Glad Fredricksen, 45, her husband Anders Ostensen, 48, and their three children, Magnus, 15, Mille 12, and Amund, 8 with their typical week's worth of food in June. Food expenditure for one week: 4265.89 Norwegian Kroner; $731.71 USD. Model-Released.

Polsko

POL03.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE); The Sobczynscy family in the main room of their apartment in Konstancin-Jeziorna; Poland; outside Warsaw; with a week’s worth of food. Marzena Sobczynska; 32; and Hubert Sobczynski; 31; stand in the rear; with Marzena’s parents; Jan Boimski; 59; and Anna Boimska; 56; to their right and their daughter Klaudia; 13; on the couch. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. (Polish surnames are gender-based and can change when speaking of the family as a whole. “Sobscynscy” is plural). /// The Sobczynscy family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 246). Food expenditure for one week: $151.27 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 247 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Turecko

TUR01.0001.xxf1s (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Çelik family in the main room of their three-room apartment in Istanbul, Turkey, with a week’s worth of food. Mêhmêt Çelik, 40, stands between his wife Melahat, 33 (in black), and her mother, Habibe Fatma Kose, 51. Sitting on the couch are their children (back to front) Mêtin, 16, Semra, 15, and Aykut, 8. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. /// The Çelik family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 252). Food expenditure for one week: $145.88 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 253 for the family’s detailed food list.)

Spojené státy

USnc04.0001.xxf1rw (MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) The Revis family in the kitchen of their home in suburban Raleigh, North Carolina, with a week’s worth of food. Ronald Revis, 39, and Rosemary Revis, 40, stand behind Rosemary’s sons from her first marriage, Brandon Demery, 16 (left), and Tyrone Demery, 14. Cooking methods: electric stove, toaster oven, microwave, outdoor BBQ. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods—Ronald and Brandon: spaghetti. Rosemary: “potatoes of any kind.” Tyrone: sesame chicken. /// The Revis family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 266). Food expenditure for one week: $341.98 USD. (Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 267 for the family’s detailed food list.)

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