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  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • (alarm sounding)

    (警報聲)

  • - I'm Beryl.

    - 我是貝里爾。

  • And this week we're looking at breakfasts.

    而本週我們要看的是早餐。

  • Let's go.

    我們走吧

  • Breakfast wasn't always such a beloved meal.

    早餐並不總是這麼心愛的一餐。

  • In fact, in the middle ages in Europe,

    事實上,在歐洲的中世紀。

  • it was considered an affront to God

    褻瀆神明

  • to eat so early on in the day.

    在一天中這麼早吃。

  • But then, in the 1600s, coffee and tea arrived in Europe

    但是,在16世紀,咖啡和茶傳到了歐洲。

  • and things began to change.

    事情開始發生變化。

  • Coffee smells so good.

    咖啡的味道真好聞。

  • (egg sizzling)

    (蛋炒飯)

  • Then came the Industrial Revolution

    然後是工業革命

  • and people needed an actual full meal in the morning

    人們需要在早上吃上一頓真正的飽飯。

  • to get them through a big day of labor.

    來讓他們度過勞動的大日子。

  • I broke the yolk.

    我打破了蛋黃。

  • Whatever.

    管他呢

  • Kellogg and Post then came onto the scene.

    隨後,凱洛格和郵政也來到了現場。

  • Toasters were invented.

    烤麵包機被髮明出來了。

  • Waffle irons were invented.

    華夫餅熨斗被髮明出來了。

  • Breakfast became a huge thing, quickly.

    早餐成了一件大事,很快。

  • Oh.

    哦。

  • (Beryl laughs)

    (貝里爾笑)

  • Hi buddy.

    嗨,夥計。

  • Oh my god, he can't have my breakfast.

    哦,我的上帝,他不能有我的早餐。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • To be fair, that history lesson

    平心而論,那堂歷史課

  • was really just about the US and Europe.

    其實只是關於美國和歐洲。

  • But around the world breakfast is important.

    但在世界各地,早餐都很重要。

  • And the foods vary wildly country to country.

    而各國的食物也大不相同。

  • And personally, breakfast is my favorite meal of the day,

    而個人認為,早餐是我一天中最喜歡的一餐。

  • so I really wanted to make this episode.

    所以我真的很想讓這一集。

  • I got to speak to seven people in seven countries

    我和七個國家的七個人說了話

  • to see what breakfast was like around the world.

    來看看世界各地的早餐是怎樣的。

  • So this is the breakfast episode.

    所以這是早餐的情節。

  • In making this episode I decided two things.

    在製作這一集時,我決定了兩件事。

  • One, I love eggs, but I'm not looking at egg-led breakfasts.

    一、我喜歡吃雞蛋,但我不看好以雞蛋為主導的早餐。

  • So no omelets, or frittatas, or quiches.

    所以不能吃煎蛋卷,也不能吃油炸餅,也不能吃蛋餅。

  • That was my choice.

    這是我的選擇。

  • And two, I'm looking at breakfast to redefine

    第二,我正在尋找早餐的重新定義。

  • my narrow Western scope of what breakfast is.

    我狹隘的西式早餐是什麼範圍。

  • Before we begin, I wanna say this,

    在我們開始之前,我想說的是:

  • I know that seven is a paltry number.

    我知道7是一個微不足道的數字。

  • It really doesn't do justice to the amazing diversity

    它真的不公正的驚人的多樣性。

  • of breakfast foods around the world.

    世界各地早餐食品的。

  • So I'm hoping that maybe the comment section

    所以,我希望也許評論區

  • can look a bit like a breakfast menu.

    可以看起來有點像早餐菜單。

  • Let me know what breakfast is like where you live.

    讓我知道你住的地方的早餐是什麼樣的。

  • And if you know an amazing recipe, leave it,

    如果你知道一個驚人的配方,留下它。

  • because I love cooking and I will totally try.

    因為我喜歡烹飪,我完全會嘗試。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • I hope you guys enjoy the video.

    希望你們喜歡這個視頻。

  • Let's do it.

    我們開始吧

  • (dynamic music)

    (動感音樂)

  • - [Aneri] Breakfast is a savory meal

    - [Aneri]早餐是一頓美味的飯菜

  • where I live in Bharuch.

    我住在Bharuch的地方。

  • And we can make it more spicy if you like it

    如果你喜歡的話,我們可以做得更辣一些

  • and less spicy if you don't like it.

    如果你不喜歡,也可以少吃點辣。

  • - [Darius] We could eat grits in the South

    - 我們可以在南方吃糝子了

  • just about every day.

    幾乎每天都有。

  • It is a very popular breakfast food.

    它是一種非常受歡迎的早餐食品。

  • (Thuy speaking a foreign language)

    (Thuy說外語)

  • (Daw speaking a foreign language)

    (道夫說外語)

  • (Stephen speaking a foreign language)

    (斯蒂芬說外語)

  • (Bedriye speaking a foreign language)

    (貝德里耶說外語)

  • (Naji speaking in a foreign language)

    (納吉在講外語)

  • - [Beryl] We're gonna begin in Vietnam

    - 我們要從越南開始。

  • because this breakfast soup really challenged me

    因為這個早餐湯真的挑戰了我

  • to rethink about what a breakfast food is.

    來重新思考什麼是早餐食品。

  • We're beginning with eel soup.

    我們從鰻魚湯開始。

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • (Thuy speaking a foreign language)

    (Thuy說外語)

  • In Kenya, breakfast can be a simple affair,

    在肯亞,早餐可以是一件簡單的事情。

  • but their versions of fried dough look way better

    但他們的油炸麵糰版本看起來更好吃。

  • than anything I've tried here in New York.

    比我在紐約試過的任何東西都要好。

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • (Stephen speaking a foreign language)

    (斯蒂芬說外語)

  • I believe that cheese is always a great idea for breakfast.

    我相信,奶酪永遠是早餐的好主意。

  • And then I found this dish from Turkey and I just...

    然後我發現這道來自土耳其的菜,我只是... ...

  • We had to film it.

    我們必須拍攝它。

  • (dynamic music)

    (動感音樂)

  • (Bedriye speaking a foreign language)

    (貝德里耶說外語)

  • Breakfast in the US has serious range,

    美國的早餐有嚴重的範圍。

  • but it is way more than waffles and pancakes.

    但它的方式比華夫餅和煎餅。

  • And in the South they do it right.

    而在南方,他們做得很好。

  • (dynamic music)

    (動感音樂)

  • - Breakfast is a very important meal of the day.

    - 早餐是一天中非常重要的一餐。

  • However, when it comes to having grits,

    然而,當有糝。

  • it's typically something that you might see

    它是典型的東西,你可能會看到

  • happening more often on the weekend.

    更多的發生在週末。

  • My name is Darius Williams and I live in Atlanta, Georgia.

    我叫Darius Williams,住在喬治亞州的亞特蘭大。

  • A typical breakfast in the South includes fish and grits.

    南方典型的早餐包括魚和糝。

  • Although you can get grits pretty much all over the country,

    雖然在全國各地都能買到糝子。

  • they're very, very popular in lots of southern states

    他們是非常,非常流行 在很多南方的州

  • simply because grits come from the Native Americans,

    僅僅因為糝子來自美國本土。

  • and we sort of have adopted them in the South.

    我們在南方也算是採用了他們。

  • I learned how to make grits from watching my grandmother.

    我是看著奶奶學做糝子的。

  • I would just literally sit in awe and watch her

    我只是從字面上看,坐在敬畏,看著她的

  • as she caressed that pot of grits

    當她撫摸著那鍋糝子的時候

  • into the creamy delicacy that it is.

    變成奶油般的美味,它是。

  • For catfish and grits we're gonna take catfish filets.

    鯰魚和玉米糝我們要吃鯰魚片。

  • And they're gonna get soaked in buttermilk

    他們會被浸泡在牛乳中。

  • and then deep fried until

    然後再炸到

  • they're golden brown and delicious.

    他們是金黃色的,好吃。

  • We're gonna put that on top of

    我們要把它放在

  • some amazing, creamy, wonderful grits.

    一些驚人的,奶油,美妙的糝。

  • We're gonna do a little bit of tomato right on top.

    我們要在上面加一點番茄。

  • 'Cause what else is Southern besides tomato,

    因為除了西紅柿,南方還有什麼?

  • catfish and grits with a little bit of cream.

    鯰魚和糝加一點奶油。

  • It is to die for.

    這是要命的。

  • The most difficult part about making grits

    做糝子最難的部分

  • is getting it to be the right consistency.

    是讓它成為正確的一致性。

  • You can't rush it.

    你不能急於求成。

  • This is a thing of love.

    這是一件愛的事情。

  • When I think about what happens over a pot of grits,

    當我想到一鍋糝子會發生什麼。

  • it is hearing the laughter and the conversation

    談笑風生

  • between all of our families sort of connecting

    我們所有家庭之間的聯繫

  • and spending time with each other.

    和相處的時間。

  • I firmly believe that food and cooking

    我堅信,食物和烹飪

  • is the way to connect with your family.

    是與家人聯繫的方式。

  • - [Beryl] India has a lot of amazing dishes,

    - 印度有很多令人驚奇的菜餚。

  • but the steamed ones from the south of the country

    卻是江南的蒸籠。

  • caught my eye.

    吸引了我的目光。

  • (dynamic music)

    (動感音樂)

  • - I'm making dhokla and patra today.

    - 我今天要做dhokla和patra。

  • This breakfast is typical in my country.

    這種早餐在我國是典型的。

  • My name is Aneri Chavan.

    我叫阿內裡-查萬

  • I live in Bharuch, India.

    我住在印度Bharuch。

  • Dhokla is fermented rice and urad dal.

    Dhokla是發酵過的米飯和烏拉豆。

  • Patra is colocasia leaves,

    Patra是colocasia葉。

  • which are coated with gram flour.

    其中塗上了克粉。

  • And it is steamed and also fried.

    而且是蒸的,也是炒的。

  • Dhokla is milder and patra is a spicier thing.

    Dhokla比較溫和,而patra是一種比較辣的東西。

  • It takes eight to nine hours to make dhokla.

    製作dhokla需要八到九個小時。

  • The most difficult part is the fermenting part.

    最難的是發酵環節。

  • When you have to mix it in the mixer,

    當你必須在攪拌機中混合它。

  • the batter should have the desired consistency.

    麵糊應具有所需的一致性。

  • To achieve that, it is a bit difficult.

    要做到這一點,是有一定難度的。

  • Patra's difficult part is coating them

    Patra的難點是給它們塗上塗料

  • with the gram flour,

    與克粉。

  • and just binding them and folding them.

    而只是把它們裝訂成冊,摺疊起來。

  • Any chance the fold gets open, then it of no fun.

    任何機會的摺疊被打開,那麼它的樂趣。

  • Breakfast in my house is a sitting-down affair.

    我家的早餐是坐著吃的。

  • My son, my husband, we three have breakfast

    我兒子,我老公,我們三個人一起吃早餐

  • in the morning together only, before leaving for the job.

    只在早上一起,然後再去上班。

  • These dishes are quite steamed and healthy,

    這些菜品相當蒸煮,健康。

  • so I liked them the most.

    所以我最喜歡他們。

  • It gives you a lot of mileage to work for the entire day.

    它給你一整天的工作帶來了很大的里程。

  • - [Beryl] Some have called this next breakfast from Lebanon

    - 有人把這頓來自黎巴嫩的早餐叫做 "下一頓早餐

  • pizza-like, and I'm not sure that's the best description,

    披薩一樣,我不知道這是最好的描述。

  • however, damn if it is not amazing.

    然而,該死的,如果它不是驚人的。

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • (Naji speaking a foreign language)

    (納吉說外語)

  • The final breakfast dish is another soup.

    最後一道早餐菜是另一道湯。

  • This one is from Myanmar, and it has so many flavors

    這個是緬甸的,有很多口味的

  • that it feels like the perfect dish

    這感覺就像完美的菜餚

  • to set yourself up for the day.

    來為自己的一天做準備。

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • (Daw speaking a foreign language)

    (道夫說外語)

  • I know that people always say

    我知道人們總是說

  • breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it is,

    早餐是一天中最重要的一餐,它是。

  • but I don't think that we really execute on that.

    但我不認為我們真的執行了這一點。

  • I think a lot of times we're in a rush,

    我想很多時候我們都是在趕時間。

  • and we're kind of running out the door,

    而我們是那種跑出去的門。

  • and breakfast is kind of an afterthought.

    而早餐也算是後話了。

  • But I also know that on those days

    但我也知道,在那些日子裡

  • when I do sit down, and I do eat a good meal,

    當我坐下來的時候,我吃了一頓好飯。

  • and I eat it with somebody that I care about,

    和我關心的人一起吃。

  • my family or my friends,

    我的家人或朋友。

  • I feel like my day is better.

    我覺得我的日子好過了。

  • You have this moment where you're sharing a meal,

    你有這個時刻,你在分享一頓飯。

  • it's the first meal of your day,

    這是你一天的第一餐。

  • and kind of the day is full of possibilities.

    和樣的日子充滿了可能性。

  • And sharing that with somebody before everything gets going,

    並在一切開始前與人分享。

  • kind of sets you up for a better day.

    一種設置你為一個更好的一天。

  • You know?

    你知道嗎?

  • I know.

    我知道,我知道

  • (Bedriye speaking a foreign language)

    (貝德里耶說外語)

  • - Cooking always makes the family unite together.

    - 做飯總能讓一家人團結在一起。

  • My husband, my child, they always help me while cooking.

    我的丈夫,我的孩子,他們總是在做飯時幫助我。

  • So it is absolutely a family affair for us.

    所以這對我們來說絕對是家常便飯。

  • (Naji speaking a foreign language)

    (納吉說外語)

  • (Stephen speaking a foreign language)

    (斯蒂芬說外語)

  • (Thuy speaking a foreign language)

    (Thuy說外語)

  • (Daw speaking a foreign language)

    (道夫說外語)

  • - I like grits because they just taste good.

    - 我喜歡糝子,因為它們的味道很好。

  • And it is also a tradition.

    而且這也是一種傳統。

  • So everytime you're eating a bowl of grits,

    所以每當你在吃一碗糝子的時候。

  • you are reliving this tradition,

    你正在重溫這個傳統。

  • this sort of practice that you had as a family.

    這種做法,你有作為一個家庭。

  • And it brings you back to those moments

    它把你帶回了那些時刻

  • that sometimes we just don't have

    有時我們只是沒有

  • enough opportunity to connect with.

    足夠的機會與。

  • (chimes sounding)

    (鐘聲)

(upbeat music)

(歡快的音樂)

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世界各地的早餐是什麼樣的 (What Breakfast Is Like Around the World)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 10 月 24 日
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