Sushi Versus Meat Pie

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Australia-Japan Relations Essay: Sushi roll VS The Meat Pie Introduction: The two groups, the Australian and the Japanese, both say that they are proud of their food. They narrowed this wide category of food down to their most well known types of food of their country. The Japanese students focused on their sushi and the Australian students had centred upon their meat pie. Japanese Perspective: The Japanese people chose that Sushi was what made them proud and decided to explain to the Australian students the history of sushi. Sushi used to be a process of storing raw fish. Back then raw fish was wrapped in fermented rice for preservation. This was called Nare-sushi and it was stored for a few months. They then discarded the…show more content…
When the Romans took over Greece, they took this recipe back home and spread it all over. The recipe was spread all over Europe rapidly. Pies eventually arrived when the English had migrated to Australia. The English brought they’re cooking habits and recipes with them. At that that time, the only people who sold pies were ‘Pie men’ or ‘Pie makers’. Pies became very popular as this type of food was simple and the ingredients were gladly available. L.T McLure commenced baking pies in Bendigo in 1947 which is now the famous ‘Four’n’Twenty’ pies. As his fame increased he moved to Melbourne for production where he has been creating around 50 pies (past) a day to 50,000 an hour (present). It is now the leading pie factory in the world. The Australian students did not have much more to say to the Japanese about the meat pie but to finish their part in this exchange of information they told the Japanese people about the Great Aussie Pie Contest. The Great Aussie Pie contest began in 1990 and has been an annual competition in Australia. It was created to locate the best everyday meat pie which was produced in Australia. It also promoted higher quality pie production and increase media attention on the iconic meat pie. This contest attracts pie makers from all over Australia. The pies are judged anonymously so it prevents bias judgement against specific bakeries or states. Prizes such as

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