Cooking Academy 2 World Cuisine follows in the footsteps of it’s predecessor, Cooking Academy, and is the game for the individual that loves to cook up new things in the kitchen. Depends heavily on some basic ingredients that have become key to Italian cuisine like: bread, pasta, wine, olive, cheese and many other items appeared after the discovery of the New World such as tomatoes, maize (used for cornmeal), bell peppers, and potatoes such items are important components.
The cuisine evolved during the 1950s in Mexican restaurants, whose popularity coincided with the arrival of large numbers of Mexican immigrants and created the style of TexMex food, the mix of Northern Mexican peasant food with Texas farm and cowboy fare.
TexMex incorporates ingredients common to Mexican cuisine, although some unknown in Mexico are often added. Like most well-known cuisines, the exact birthplace of the chimichurri recipe is hard to pin down, but there is much greater debate over the name. The cuisine of Provence depends first and foremost of taking the best and freshest local produce you can find and then using your personal flair and imagination to transform them into good, wholesome, elegant and memorable dishes.
The game play is mostly taken from the first Cooking Academy, though it’s better balanced now and some new exciting tasks are added. In addition, TexMex has imported flavors from other spicy cuisines, such as the use of cumin (common in Indian food), but used in only a few authentic Mexican recipes.
Cuisines reflect the cultural variety of countries regions and their diverse history affected by the civilization. This cuisine is routinely classified as “high cooking” and features plenty of cheeses, exotic ingredients (such as foie gras and frog legs), and inventive methods of cooking. The game is divided into stages organized by countries, and in each national cuisines you’ll have a bunch of exotic dishes to practice, and then you can take exams in order to proceed to the next country and its peculiarities.
Meat can be put on a spit and roasted over a fire, baked, grilled in a North American barbecue, cooked in a slow cooker, stir fried, or seafood turned into Japanese sushi or sashami, just to name a few options. Find out how different foods were discovered and their significance in various cultures.
You can expect all different styles of foods and food presentations and for many different types of cuisine styles to be served. There are bad chefs and poor restaurants and too many people (tourists mostly) who are too willing to eat inferior food at inflated prices and who then go away believing they have sampled the best that Provence has to offer.
The second part of the hit Cooking Academy has been released, and the sequel preserves all the great features of the original game. Whether you enjoy domestic or international food, or both, here you will find ample information about many foods, cooking traditions and practices associated with various cultures. The … Read More..