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Time Magazine Photo Essay What The World Eats Powerpoint

Presentation on theme: "What the World Eats What's on family dinner tables around the globe? Photographs by Peter Menzel from the book Hungry Planet."— Presentation transcript:

1 What the World Eats What's on family dinner tables around the globe? Photographs by Peter Menzel from the book Hungry Planet

2 Japan : The Ukita family of Kodaira City From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 37,699 Yen or $317.25 Favorite foods: sashimi, fruit, cake, potato chipsFrom the Book, "Hungry Planet"

3 Italy : The Manzo family of Sicily From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 214.36 Euros or $260.11 Favorite foods: fish, pasta with ragu, hot dogs, frozen fish sticksFrom the Book, "Hungry Planet"

4 Chad : The Aboubakar family of Breidjing Camp From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 685 CFA Francs or $1.23 Favorite foods: soup with fresh sheep meat From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

5 Kuwait : The Al Haggan family of Kuwait City From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 63.63 dinar or $221.45 Family recipe: Chicken biryani with basmati rice From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

6 United States : The Revis family of North Carolina From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: $341.98 Favorite foods: spaghetti, potatoes, sesame chicken From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

7 Mexico : The Casales family of Cuernavaca From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 1,862.78 Mexican Pesos or $189.09 Favorite foods: pizza, crab, pasta, chicken From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

8 China : The Dong family of Beijing From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 1,233.76 Yuan or $155.06 Favorite foods: fried shredded pork with sweet and sour sauce From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

9 Poland : The Sobczynscy family of Konstancin-Jeziorna From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 582.48 Zlotys or $151.27 Family recipe: Pig's knuckles with carrots, celery and parsnips From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

10 Egypt : The Ahmed family of Cairo From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 387.85 Egyptian Pounds or $68.53 Family recipe: Okra and mutton From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

11 Ecuador : The Ayme family of Tingo From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: $31.55 Family recipe: Potato soup with cabbage From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

12 United States : The Caven family of California From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: $159.18 Favorite foods: beef stew, berry yogurt sundae, clam chowder, ice cream From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

13 Mongolia : The Batsuuri family of Ulaanbaatar From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 41,985.85 togrogs or $40.02 Family recipe: Mutton dumplings From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

14 Great Britain : The Bainton family of Cllingbourne Ducis From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 155.54 British Pounds or $253.15 Favorite foods: avocado, mayonnaise sandwich, prawn cocktail, chocolate fudge cake with cream From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

15 Bhutan : The Namgay family of Shingkhey Village From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 224.93 ngultrum or $5.03 Family recipe: Mushroom, cheese and pork From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

16 Germany : The Melander family of Bargteheide Food expenditure for one week: 375.39 Euros or $500.07 Favorite foods: fried potatoes with onions, bacon and herring, fried noodles with eggs and cheese, pizza, vanilla pudding

17 Australia : The Browns of River View From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 481.14 Australian dollars or US$376.45 Family Recipe: Marge Brown's Quandong (an Australian peach) Pie, Yogurt From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

18 Guatemala : The Mendozas of Todos Santos From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 573 Quetzales or $75.70 Family Recipe: Turkey Stew and Susana Perez Matias's Sheep Soup From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

19 Luxembourg : The Kuttan-Kasses of Erpeldange From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 347.64 Euros or $465.84 Favorite Foods: Shrimp pizza, Chicken in wine sauce, Turkish kebab From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

20 India : The Patkars of Ujjain From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 1,636.25 rupees or $39.27 Family Recipe: Sangeeta Patkar's Poha (Rice Flakes) From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

21 United States : The Fernandezes of Texas From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: $242.48 Favorite Foods: Shrimp with Alfredo sauce, chicken mole, barbecue ribs, pizza From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

22 Mali : The Natomos of Kouakourou From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 17,670 francs or $26.39 Family Recipe: Natomo Family Rice Dish From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

23 Canada : The Melansons of Iqaluit, Nunavut Territory From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: US$345 Favorite Foods: narwhal, polar bear, extra cheese stuffed crust pizza, watermelon From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

24 France : The Le Moines of Montreuil From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 315.17 euros or $419.95 Favorite Foods: Delphine Le Moine's Apricot Tarts, pasta carbonara, Thai food From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

25 Greenland : The Madsens of Cap Hope From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 1,928.80 Danish krone or $277.12 Favorite Foods: polar bear, narwhal skin, seal stew From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

26 Turkey : The Celiks of Istanbul From the Book, "Hungry Planet" Food expenditure for one week: 198.48 New Turkish liras or $145.88 Favorite Foods: Melahat's Puffed Pastries From the Book, "Hungry Planet"

27 How the World Eats How families around the world shop and prepare their meals. Photographs and text by Peter Menzel and Faith D'Alusio

28 Okinawa, Japan: Marketplace A vendor at the Makishi public market in the town of Naha offers a sample of daikon to a potential customer. His other offerings include bitter melon, prunes, pickled baby cucumber, cabbage, and much more.

29 Sarajevo, Bosnia: Supermarket Ensada and her husband shop in one of the city's new gleaming stores. Although they continue to patronize the city's traditional butchers and outdoor green markets, the Dudos have come to rely more and more on the low prices and ample choices provided by big grocery stores.

30 Hargesia, Somalia: Butchers' Market Residents shop for beef, mutton and camel meat.

31 Breidjing Refugee Camp, Chad: United Nations Food Distribution Center A refugee woman sifts through sand in order to pluck out any bits of grain which might have dropped to the ground during the previous day's ration disbursement.

32 Sarajevo, Bosnia: Unloading the Car The Dudos vividly remember the starvation their city endured during the many years of war. They are grateful that they can now buy enough food to fill up Rasim's taxi.

33 Weitaiwu Village, China: Bicycle Delivery The Cui family carries goods home from the market on a sanlun che, a type of three-wheeled cart.

34 Cap Hope, Greenland: The Big Haul Cousins Abraham and Julian Madsen drag a freshly killed seal toward their house. Seal meat, cooked with rice and onion, is a family favorite.

35 Breidjing Refugee Camp, Chad: Water Bearers A woman and child carry drinking and cooking water from a distribution point back to their tent.

36 Todos Santos, Guatemala: Butchering the Meat Festival days are occasions for lavish feasts, for which Guatemalan families raise turkeys and sheep.

37 Kunming, China: Noodle Shop Cooked in the celebrated style of the city of Guiyang (which is located 300 miles away), these egg noodles are served in a spicy broth and topped with chicken, beef, shiitake mushrooms or - most famously - pig intestines and blood.

38 Breidjing Refugee Camp, Chad: Stirring the Pot Sudanese refugee D'jimia Souleymane prepares a pot of aiysh, a thick porridge which she and her family eat three times a day.

39 Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Stovetop Recipe A mother prepares lunch in a kitchen building separate from her family's home. She is covered from head to toe, as she would be in public, because she is entertaining guests from outside her family.

40 Bargteheide, Germany: Local Specialty A row of roulades wait for the next step on a kitchen counter in the home of the Melander family. The recipe calls for beef, Dijon mustard, bacon, pickles and onions to be rolled, then browned in butter.

41 Beijing, China: Snack Tray From left: skewered sea horses, cicadas and silkworm pupae are sold at a street market in Beijing.

42 Istanbul, Turkey: Dinner Time The Cinar family gathers on the floor of their living room to share the morning meal: feta cheese, olives, leftover chicken, bread, rose jam and sweet, strong tea.

43 Riverview, Australia: Take-Out Time Three teenage girls enjoy the drinks and free gifts that came with their McDonald's Happy Meals. Although all three have roots in the Aboriginal community, they have little interest in outback cuisine. Mackas (Aussie slang for McDonald's) is presently their culinary mecca.

44 Konstancin-Jeziorna, Poland: Cocktail Hour The Sobczynscy family watches a neighbor pour a round of absinthe, a strong green liqueur flavored with wormwood and anise.

45 Sources “What the World Eats, Part I.” TIME Photos. http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,293 07,1626519,00.html#ixzz0mBDHinZH http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,293 07,1626519,00.html#ixzz0mBDHinZH “What the World Eats, Part III.” TIME Photos. http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,293 07,1667690,00.html Slides taken directly from TIME Photos online.

This photographic report exposes the proliferation of processed foods in the Western diet and in the diets of many developing countries the world over. Is it any wonder that we are seeing increases in diet & lifestyle related diseases? What are your thoughts?

The project

These images are from the book 'Hungry Planet: What the World Eats' by Peter Menzel and Faith D'Aluision. It's an inspired idea: to better understand the human diet, explore what culturally diverse families eat for a week. Their portraits feature pictures of each family with a week's worth of food purchases. We soon learn that diet is determined by largely uncontrollable forces like poverty, conflict and globalization, which can bring change with startling speed. Thus, cultures can move, sometimes in a single jump, from traditional diets to the vexed plenty of global food production. People have more to eat and, too often, eat more of nutritionally questionable food. And their health suffers.

Mexico

Britain

North Carolina, USA

Australia

Germany

California, USA

Italy

Canada

France

Japan

Texas, USA

China

Luxembourg

Poland

Kuwait

Mongolia

Turkey

Mali

India

Bhutan

Chad

Ecuador

Guatemala

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