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Volume 6, Issue 4 - Dec 1991
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‘A Study on Wedding Feast Dishes in Gare Dogam Euigwae(1744, 1819)’
Kim, Sang-Bo ; Lee, Sung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 1~19
To analyse wedding feast dishes of royal prince of Chosun Dynasty(1744, 1819), the author studied historic book-GareDogamEuigwae, in which the wedding feast dishes of King and Prince in Chosun Dynasty were described. The results obtained from the study were as follows, 1. Arranged dishes in wedding ceremony were four kinds of table, main table, second table, third table and fourth table. That table setting was same as that of the year 1651. 2. Meal ceremonies were in sacrificial food partaking, drinking ceremony and courtesy of levee. 3. In wedding ceremony, prince and princess drank three cups of liquor. At the first cup they eat abalones soup and others in a small round table(初味), at the second cup fine noodles and others in another table(二味), at the third cup bun stuffed with fish and others in the other table(三味). 4. In sacrificial food partaking and drinking ceremony, King drank nine cups of liquor, at first cup, King eats a small boiled beef(小膳) and (初味), at second cup eats(二味), at third cup eats(三味),
, at nineth cup, King eats a soup, a large boiled beef(大膳) and fruits. 5. Dish materials and quantities used for wedding ceremony in the year of 1819 was same as that of the year 1651.
A Study on Wedding Ceremony Tablewares in Gare Dogam Euigwae(1744, 1819)
Kim, Sang-Bo ; Lee, Sung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 21~29
To analyze tableware in wedding ceremonies of royal prince(1744, 1819) of Chosun Dynasty, the author studied the historic book-Gare Dogam Euigwae, in which wedding feast dishes for King and prince in Chosun Dynasty were described. The results obtained from the study were as follows, 1. For wedding feast dishes for prince, black lacquered table was used, and for King's wedding feast red lacquered table was used. 2. In wedding ceremony red silk table cloth was used. 3. Tables arranged in wedding ceremony had high legs. 4. Tablewares used in wedding ceremony were footed dishes. 5. Wedding ceremony arrangement was made up of four kinds of main table, a small boiled beef table, a large boiled beef table, four small round tables, a dining table, a candle stick, a incense holder, a vase with vaseholder and a liquor bottle with a holder.
Effects of Color on Taste of Foods -II. Effect of Color on 4 Basic Tastes Perception (Sweetness, Saltiness, Sourness and Bitterness)-
Shin, Ji-Won ; Baek, Sang-Bong ; Rhee, Kyu-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 31~41
The effect of color, as measured on the spectrometer, on the 4 basic tastes(sweet, salty, sour & bitter) perception of a series of colored and no-flavored solutions was quantified by 16 taste panel using magnitude estimation without modulus. The regression lines for each colored series were found to differ indicating that color had a significant effect on sweetness, sourness and bitterness. A sucrose level of 4.0%, a citric acid level of 0.05%, and a nicotinamide level of 0.08% maximized the effect of color on taste's perception and its acceptability. Although color tended to confuse the perception of saltiness, this effect was not significant except for yellow solutions.
Literature Review on the Korean Traditional Non-alcoholic Beverages -I. Types and Processing Methods-
Lee, Cherl-Ho ; Kim, Sun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 43~54
The types and processing characteristics of traditional non-alcoholic beverage and their historical backgrounds were surveyed through the old literatures published from the 8th century to 1940. A total of over 70 different names of beverages were found in the literature. They were classified into 10 groups according to their processing methods and quality characteristics; Sunda (green tea), Yusada (tea analog with/without green tea), Tang (boiled herb extract), Jang (lactic acid fermented rice beverage), Suksu (rice tea), Mium (cereal gruel), Misik (roasted cereal powder), Sikhe (sweet rice beverage saccharified with malt), Sujonggwa (ginger-fruit drink) and Hwachai (fruits drink). In the old literatures, there was non exist clear distinction between Jang, Tang, Chong and Tea. Lactic acid fermented rice beverage seemed to be a common drink in Silla and Koryo periods (AD. 600-1400), but disappeared afterwards and completely forgotten today. Other beverages are maintained until today with almost identical methods of preparation as described in the literatures written in the 18th century.
Literature Review on The Korean Traditional Non-Alcoholic Beverages -II. Recent Status of Research and Developments-
Lee, Cherl-Ho ; Kim, Sun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 55~60
The scientific research results on the Korean traditional non-alcoholic beverages published in the literatures were reviewed. A total of 79 research papers were collected; 11 papers were on green tea, 38 on tea analog, 3 on rice tea, 4 on roasted cereal powder, 9 on malt saccharified rice beverage, 1 on ginger-fruit drink, 10 on fruits drink and 5 papers on others. Most of the researches were concerned to the chemical composition and processing conditions. More researches are needed on the quality requirements of the ingredients, the keeping qualify of the products and the industrialization of the traditional processing methods.
Brewing Method and Composition of Traditional Dungge-Jang in Kyungsang-Do Area
Choi, Cheong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 61~69
Brewing method and quality of 10 sample of traditional Dungge-Jang in Kyungsang-Do area were investigated. In order to improve the taste of Dungge-Jang, some amount of boiled bean was added in the Dungge-Jang at early stage of fermentation. The level of amino nitrogen turned out to be low while that of water soluble protein and salt soluble protein was high. Glutamic acid, aspartic acid and proline were the major amino acid in water and salt soluble protein in traditional Dungge-Jang in Kyungsang-Do area. The content of total sugar and free reducing sugar were found to be considerably high, and among the free sugar, glucose was the highest
, followed by maltose and maltotriose. Activities of acid protease and liquefying amylase were
unit per milliliter and
respectively. Result of sensory evaluation showed that the good Dungge-Jang turned out to have well harmonized taste of flavor, sweetness and sourness while the color looked slightly dark and yellow.
A Study on the Present State of Traditional Food
Lee, Young-Nam ; Sin, Min-Ja ; Kim, Bok-Nam ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 6, issue 1, 1991, Pages 71~81
This study was surveyed the Preference for the Korean Traditional Food. 500 wives residing in Seoul, Kyngkee, Kangwon region, and 150 cookers of Korean Restaurants in Kyugin region were sampled randomly. The results were as follows; 1. The concept of the traditional food was 53.5% in more
excellent than that of overseas
, 59.8% in
excellent and delicious
, 78% in
the need for the partial development of fastfood
. 2. The present viewpoint of traditional food was 78.7% in preference for korean food, 81.3% in preference for boiled rice and podrridge at breakfast, Soy-Sauce and Kimchi of home-making was highly marked in 65.9, 96.1% respectively. The kinds of traditional food descended to home were rice cake (dduk), shikke, kimchi, stuffed bun (mandu), fruit punch in the order named. Korean kookies and beverage were preferred, but they were very difficult in making at home. Therefore 50.8% of the answered bought them at market. The preferred korean kookies and beverage were shikke, yakgwa, sujunggwa, gangjung, fruit Punch in the order named. 3. When dined out, 65.6% of the people made much of
. In the case of few side dishes, 34.1% answered using fast food. 4.
for boild rice and podrridge was generally high, but
was low. Both
of sauce and stew were high.
for traditional beverage was low on the whole. Therefore we must activate the unknown kinds of traditional beverage earnestly. 5. The need of education about the traditional food at home & school was very high. 6. The answers of the cookers in Korean Restaurants could be summarized as; 1) The Korean traditional food was relatively excellent (54.3%). 2) The taste of food ought to be shown food stuffs property (65.8%). 3) In order to cultivate the professionals, the systematic education should be enforced.