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A Study on the Effect of Traditional Food Acceptability of College Students with Food Majors in Seoul on Menu Development (서울 지역 식품관련전공 대학생들의 전통 음식 선호도가 메뉴 개발에 미치는 영향)

  • Jin, Yang-Ho;Jo, Jung-Ok;Moon, Hye-Young
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.176-187
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study was to suggest a moving-forward solution to the menu development of traditional foods from the analyses results, by surveying 180 college students with food majors in order to identify what effects the acceptability of traditional foods bring to menu development and their correlations. As the result showed, the acceptability of Korean traditional foods was lowering generally due to the popularity of light meals like fast food. Nevertheless, college students with majors of foodservice, cooking and foods than the students with other majors chose one-dish meals and the kinds of soup and pot stews as a favorite food more in terms of curiosity and taste, by which they were implied to have been positioned as popular foods as such. Accordingly, in order to raise the acceptability of traditional foods among other students more when the college students with food majors get related jobs in future, the development of related curricula mainly focused on simplification and standardization in menu combination is more weighted than anything else.

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Analysis of Menu in School Food Service : Comparing the Use of Traditional Menu between 1995 and 2001 (식생활의 전통성 유지 측면에서 1995년과 2001년의 학교급식 식단 비교 분석연구)

  • Mun, Hyeon-Gyeong
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.47-56
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    • 2003
  • Currently, dietary life in Korea is rapidly changing. New food from other countries introduced to the diet with changing economic and social environment. The number of meals away from home is increasing. Also, number of students who served by the school food service are increasing. In this paper, the menu in the school food service are compared between 1995 and 2001. Analysis was done to see changes in the use of Korean traditional foods. Between July, 2001 and August, 2001, by mail 103 schools were surveyed to analyzed menu. Menu from 2001 survey are compared with menu from 1995 survey. The results are following; 1) New menus are introduced in 2001 compared with 1995. 2) The number of menu using animal foods are increasing in 2001. 3) Among cooking methods, stir frying, and deep frying, are used more in 2001 than that of 1995. 4) The number of Korean dish served are decreased in 2001. 5) Students favorite dish are changed. Students like dishes cooked with deep frying method and western foods. With these results, menu of school food services become more westernized and using more frying methods because of students' taste preference. These trend are not recommendable for the students health, because it is known that Korean traditional dishes are more healthful. There should be more research and effort to keep Korean tranditional foods in the menu of the school food service for students health.

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The Development of Institutional Food-Service Menu with Temple Food (사찰음식을 활용한 단체 급식 식단 개발)

  • Lee, Sim-Yeol;Kim, Jin-A
    • Korean Journal of Community Nutrition
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.338-350
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    • 2015
  • Objectives: This study developed two weeks menu using temple foods, assessed preference for the menu among ordinary people, and determined the possibility of using temple foods to make out institutional food service menu. Methods: To make out the menu, 153 typical types of temple food were selected, under several conditions, thus including balanced food groups, natural foods in season, preparation time, preparation methods, and foods appropriated for institutional foodservice. Results: Developed menu contained 1905.8 kcal, had low fat content, high dietary fiber, vitamin, and mineral content, and good protein content in the nutritional respect, and fit protein requirements with low calorie content and high nutritional value. In the assessment of the food preference for 73 temple food items, most of the foods scored high (4 out of 5 points) for preference in general; therefore, the menu tended to be satisfied to the adults' preference. In particular, boiled rice (rice with chwi, rice with cirsium, rice with mushroom, rice with mushroom & vegetable and gimbap with tofu) and fried foods (fried shiitake with sweet & sour sauce and fried kelp) were highly preferred. Conclusions: The menu using temple foods can be a healthy choice for adults if it is well planned and managed. This study may be expected to provide basic data that would help developing menu to popularize temple foods. The above results could be applied at home as well as at foodservice institutes and furthermore could offer information for developing temple food products.

Perceptions of residents in the Chungcheong area on commercialization of traditional Korean foods as convenience foods (충청지역 주민을 대상으로 한 전통음식 편의화에 대한 인식조사)

  • Lim, Young-Suk;Han, Gwi-Jung
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.205-220
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    • 2007
  • This study was conducted to examine the perceptions of residents in the Chungcheong area on the commercialization of traditional Korean foods as convenience foods. Data was gathered using a questionnaire designed to evaluate the concerns, satisfaction, and Knowledge of traditional Korean food as well as the perceptions on commercialization of Korean traditional foods as convenience foods. In order to measure traditional food recognition and interests related to health, a 5-point Likert scale was employed and 374 subjects were surveyed. The results are summarized as follows : Most of the respondents expressed concerns for traditional Korean foods. In the over 50 age group, degree of interest (p<0.01), knowledge (p<0.01), and satisfaction (p<0.01) with regards to traditional foods was higher than in other age groups. The professional group had higher degrees of interest, knowledge, and satisfaction about traditional foods than the general group. Based on monthly income, for respondents earning over 3,010,000 won/month, the knowledge rating for traditional foods was higher than in the under 3,000,000 won/month group. The professional group had a more positive view of the commercialization of traditional food as convenience food than the general group. Respondents deemed quality improvements and an increase in consumption as reasons for the commercialization of traditional foods. Those with a greater recognition of traditional foods also had a higher degree of interest for the foods. Efforts for the commercialization of traditional Korean foods will help with consumer menu choices menu development and systems management of Korean traditional foods.

Comparative Study of the Effects of Conventional Cooking and Oven Cooking on the Acceptability of the School Lunch Menu (오븐조리 및 전통조리 방법을 활용한 급식 메뉴의 기호도 비교 연구)

  • Ahn, Hee-Jun;Kim, Hee-Sup
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.24 no.5
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    • pp.533-539
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    • 2009
  • Frying is the most popular cooking style used in food service institutions in Korea because fried dishes are well accepted by students. However, trans fat contents reduction have recently been required in many foods for health reasons Therefore, alternatives to frying such as oven baking or roasting are being used in many institutions. Steam convection ovens provide dry heat as well as steam so that they can be used to make a wide variety of Korean dishes. In this study, a menu acceptance test was conducted over 2 weeks. Pork, chicken, fish and potato dishes cooked by conventional cooking methods were served for 4 successive days, after which the same dishes were prepared using the oven. Overall, 322 junior high school students evaluated the traditionally cooked foods, while 316 evaluated the oven cooked foods. Comparison of the foods prepared using both methods only revealed a significant difference in the acceptability of foods on the fish menu (p<0.05). Specifically, the acceptance of fried fish was higher than that of the oven baked fish. Additionally, overall acceptance of the menu by males was higher than the acceptance by girls. Furthermore, students who had the preference for special ingredients showed a higher menu acceptance for the menu cooked with those ingredients. On average, approximately 25% of the meal was not consumed and left as plate waste. The portion of the fried fish not consumed was smaller than that of the oven cooked fish, but the portion not consumed did not vary based on cooking method for any other foods evaluated. Overall, it is expected that the oven cooking method will be a good substitute for frying or other cooking method for traditional Korean dishes.

Student, Dietitian Reactions to Multicultural Food Service in Hannam School District (다문화 음식 급식에 대한 하남지역 중학생의 인식, 만족도, 메뉴 기호도 및 영양사의 태도연구)

  • Kim, Hee-Sup;Lim, Jae-Rong
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.26 no.5
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    • pp.478-489
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    • 2011
  • Student and dietitian reactions to a multicultural food service menu were studied. Food habits in a multicultural family could delay the acculturation of the children to traditional Korean food and could cause the isolation of children from the community. Also, Korean students need to be exposed to other cultures and foods because it can be a challenge to eat novel foods when students grow up. To help both multicultural and Korean children adjust to new foods, a multicultural menu was included in a school's food service. Students regarded the multicultural menu as access to another culture, but they felt that improvement of the food quality and menu diversity were required. The degree of satisfaction with the food quality, appearance, freshness, temperature, and menu diversity were all moderate. The multicultural menu was served as a single menu item or a combination menu item. The main dish single items - pasta, jajangmyeon, onigiri, hamburgers, rice and curry, kaupatmu, kaupatkung, and donburi - were liked, but nasi goreng was liked only moderately. The soup - based dish single item, tempura soba, was liked, while tomyum was disliked. The side dish single items - tangsuyook, Japanese donkatsu, baked sausage and potatoes, tandoori chicken, chicken britto, Vienna schnitzels, tender tortillas, and fried chicken wings - were liked. The desserts single items-sandwiches, pineapples, waffles, pizza, bread with strawberry jam, mangoes, and tacoyaki - were liked. The combination menus - Italian, Indian, and American - were liked, but the southeast Asian menu was the least favored. Acceptance of combination and single menu items were similar. Male students liked multicultural menu items more than female students in all categories. Approximately 60% of dietitians had experience serving the single menu items for multicultural food service. The appropriate serving times were twice per month. Dietitians guessed that 80% of the students liked the multicultural menu. The dietitians preferred serving American or Chinese foods to southeast Asian food. There were two difficulties in serving the multicultural menu, which were voiced as as lack of skill in cooking the items and improper cooking utensils and tableware for the items. Despite all the difficulties, the dietitians served the multicultural menu because it provided menu diversity, rather than for educational reasons.

Dietary Pattern by Sex and Age with Menu Analysis Using 1998, 2001 National Health and Nutrition Survey of Korea (한국인의 성별 및 연령별 메뉴패턴 비교 - 1998, 2001 국민건강영양조사 자료 분석 -)

  • Choi, Ji-Hyun;Moon, Hyun-Kyung
    • Korean Journal of Community Nutrition
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    • v.12 no.6
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    • pp.798-814
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is to compare menu patterns by sex and age (3-6, 7-12, 13-19, 20-29, 30-49, 50-64, 65 over years old) between the 1998 and 2001 National Health and Nutrition Surveys of Korea. Frequently consumed menu patterns were investigated using the 24-hour recall data for 19,809 subjects (1998:10,102; 2001:9,707). To analyze patterns, dishes were classified into 29 categories by cooking method (KHIDI 2003). The results are as follows: the most frequent menu patterns were "rice+soup+kimchi" and "rice+stew+kimchi" in both men and women in both 1998 and 2001. Intake frequency of these menu patterns, a traditional Korean menu pattern, was higher with increased age. Intake frequency of "noodles" and "bread" increased in 2001 in both men and women, compared to 1998. And these patterns increased in the younger age groups, especially women in their twenties. Menu patterns of 2001 showed greater variety than those of 1998. Overall, the men's menu patterns showed more side dishes than those of women; intake frequencies of "seasoned vegetables", "stir-fried foods", and "grilled foods" were higher in men than in women. In short, so far the main menu pattern has been "rice-style" in both men and women, and in all age groups in Korea, whereas the Western menu pattern is increasing in younger age groups. The diet of 2001 showed more side dishes than that of the 1998 menu pattern; however, certain groups such as female and males in adolescents and young adults were still a simple menu pattern. Consequently, to make recommended menu patterns and nutrition education programs for Koreans should take into consideration sex and age.

An Analytical Study on the Royal Family Birthday Party Menu of Chosun Dynasty (조선조(朝鮮朝) 궁중(宮中) 탄일상(誕日床) 발기의 분석적(分析的) 연구(硏究))

  • Han, Bok-Jin;Lee, Sung-Woo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.4 no.1
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    • pp.21-37
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    • 1989
  • This paper studied what kind of foods were served how often in the table of the Royal family birthday parties by analyzing 18 sets of the Royal family birthday party menu with respect to the rank of Royal family for each season respectively among all the kinds of food menu of Chosun Dynasty. From this sudy a good representation of primary Royal King's birthday menu could be drown. The menu of the King was most in variety. And the King was served in the range of 46 to 74 kinds of food and its number of dishes varied 28 to 40, and the other royal family were served in the range of 19 to 44 kinds of foods and its number of dishes varied 15 to 26. The menu included variable dishes such as Yoomilkwa (fried cookies 油蜜果) 7, Gangjung 17 (fried rice cookies 姜?) 17, Dasik (mold cookies 茶食) 8, Suksilkwa (cooked fruits 熟實果) 1, Jungkwa (compoted fruit 正果) 1, Byung (rice cakes 餠) 25, Umchung (punch 飮淸) 4, Sengka (fresh fruits 生果) 21, Jusik (main meal 主食) 4, Chanpum (side dishes 饌品) 27, Jomipum (sauce, honey, mustard 調味品 ) 3.

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A Study on the Satisfaction for the Menu Quality of Korean Traditional Food of Japanese Tourists (방한 일본 관광객의 한국전통음식 메뉴품질 만족도에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Yeon-Jung;Seo, Yun-Jung;Joo, Hyun-Sik;Choi, Su-Keun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.283-291
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    • 2005
  • This study was peformed by questionnaire to investigate satisfaction for the menu qualify of Korean traditional food of Japanese tourists. The subjects of this study consisted of 280 Japanese tourists using the Gyeongju and Busan hotel. The results were summarized as follows: 63.9% of the subjects responded that frequency of visiting was 1-2 times a year and 42.1% responded that motivation of visiting was for tour and understanding of korea. Companion with friend scored high as 40.4%, and intention of revisiting was high on 'normal'. On overall satisfaction on korean traditional foods, 'satisfy' scored high as 43.2%. 61.1% of the subjects responded that the taste was the most important factor of food. On frequency of eating, 'over 8 times' scored high as 27.9%, and on motivation of eating, 'with visiting Korea' scored high as 48.2%. On satisfaction for the menu quality of korean traditional food, the highest item was 'taste(3.82 point)' and 'nutrition(3.82 point)', and but 'Japanese mark on menu(2.47 point)', 'Japanese mark on ingredient(2.61 point)' scored low. Overall satisfaction for korean traditional food had an effect on intention of revisiting, and therefore, improving the quality of the traditional food and the strategy for the classification of desires are earnestly requested.

A Survey of Fast Food Ding out Behaviors (패스트푸드 식당이용자의 식사행동에 관한 실태조사연구)

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    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.28 no.2
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    • pp.15-29
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    • 1990
  • A survey was conducted of 1,454 customers to investigate dining out behaviors at fast food restaurants of Youido department compound, Myung-dong and Gang-nam district in Seoul, in April, 1988. The results are summarized as follows; The majority, 85% of customers, were aged 14 to 30, consisting of junior and senior high school children, college students and company employees. The reasons given by customers for patronizing fast food restaurants were the following, from most to least frequent; "convenient to dining," "the adequate place for the companionship", "the surroundings and dining equipment are pleasant and hygienic", "to be able to stay as long as I want". The fast foods purchased by the customers were mostly for a between meal snack or ice cream or drink rather than a full meal. The majority of the customers ate the purchased foods at the fast food restaurnats. However, a limited number of female customers preferred to take the packed fast foods to their homes. Tast Preference was a major factor in food selection from available food items. Ice cream, juice, French fried potatoes, salad, fried chicken, rolled rice with laver, and coke were high on the list of liked foods; in constrast, lower preference was for porridge, fish burger, doughnut, chicken burger and rice cake. Preference by food nationality was highest for Korean food, then Western food, Chinese food, Italian food and Japanse food, in that order. Customers offered suggestions for better fast food service, such as lowering the price, greater variety in the menu, increasing the propotion of vegetables and fruits on the fast food menu adn developing fast foods from traditional Korean foods. The customers, in particular, emphasized a need for the development of Korean traditional beverage of malted drink and persimmon punch, as well as mungbean pan cakes and sweet-spicy rice noodles(docbokki), as fast foods.y rice noodles(docbokki), as fast foods.

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