Enjoying Christmas to the Fullest
The food culture of Australia is influenced by American fast food and Italian home cooking and cooking as an art should be taught to all family generation since the culture is important in that the populate is searching for a modern exceptional and unique food culture which can be accepted by all the populate.
Australians are getting ready to embrace Christmas which is just around the corner and with it is expected that dinner will make the holiday more memorable and exciting.
The Aussies would find Christmas very unusual if they were to be served with turkey instead of ham mixed with apricot, maple and honey as a complement.Cooking ham takes lesser time than roasting turkey and the house is usually filled with pleasant aroma and the ham may be served with applesauce or cranberry as a complement.Aussies love to eat prawns as the main dish and even though prawns make great side dish.
For those who my not prefer to be served with prawns, they may be served with salmon fish, or lobster and it is advisable to buy the seafood just before Christmas time so as to make sure that the food is fresh.Australians love to eat pudding which is made from a mixture of custard, dates, figs, sultans and sherry as well as rum which helps to make the pudding dry.Gingerbread is an important aspect of the Australian foods in Christmas time and they are found in every house.Aussies love different kinds of puddings and they cannot do without the frozen chocolate pudding cake
Steamed pudding and ice-cream riffs are ideal desserts after enjoying a good Christmas dinner.Christmas is all about food and making good food for the family is one very important aspect of bring the family together to share the food such as ham, or lobster as well as, the pudding and dessert.Coffee may be taken without milk and sugar since it makes the palate to feel some extra-ordinary taste and it feels good to just hold the warm cup and enjoy the beverage while enjoying looking at your family members after a tasty Christmas dinner.