To share a resource (such as food ) is to make joint use of our countries culture’s and customs;
Many cultures have a recognizable cuisine, a specific set of cooking traditions using various spices
or a combination of flavors unique to that culture that evolves over time.

Other differences include preferences (hot or cold, spicy etc.), and practices, the study of which is known as gastronomy.
Many cultures have diversified their foods by means of preparation, cooking methods and manufacturing.

This also includes a complex food trade which helps the cultures to economically survive by-way-of food, not just by consumption.
Some popular types of ethnic foods include Italian, French, Japanese, Chinese, American, Cajun, Thai and Indian.
Various cultures throughout the world study the dietary analysis of food habits.

While evolutionarily speaking, as opposed to culturally, humans are omnivores,
religion and social constructs such as morality, activism or environmentalism will often affect which foods they will consume.
Food is eaten and typically enjoyed through the sense of taste, the perception of flavor from eating and drinking.
Certain tastes are more enjoyable for evolutionary purposes while others are not.

All ingredients should be used on a personal preference!
Feel free to use as much or as little as you like and add or omit any ingredients to your liking.

April 21, 2015

Tuna Patties (empanaditas de atún)

3 cans tuna in water (well drained)
¼-cup diced onion
2 eggs
¼-cup flour
½ tsp chili powder
¼ cup oil (for deep frying) (you can use more or less oil)
Salt and pepper to taste

Beat eggs, salt, pepper and chili powder in a bowl,
Stir in onion, flour, and drained tuna and mix well,
Heat oil in a skillet on medium heat; shape tuna mixture in ½-inch thick-patties,
Fry patties until golden brown about 3-4 minutes on each side.
Enjoy ;)
Great as side dish or snack,

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