السبت، 25 نوفمبر 2017

بحث حول عادات و تقاليد الجزائر بالانجليزية ( اللباس والاكل )


الجزائر بالانجليزي
short paragraph about algeria
اسم الجزائر بالانجليزي
فقرة قصيرة عن وصف الجزائر بالانجليزية
algier الجزائر
الجزائر سياحة
بطاقة تعريف الجزائر بالانجليزية
تعبير كتابي عن وصف الجزائر
بحث حول عادات و تقاليد الجزائر بالانجليزية ( اللباس والاكل )
 short paragraph about algeria
فقرة قصيرة عن وصف الجزائر بالانجليزية
بطاقة تعريف الجزائر بالانجليزية
اسم الجزائر بالانجليزي
تعبير كتابي عن وصف الجزائر
بحث حول الجزائر
تعبير عن وصف جمال الجزائر
بحث حول عادات و تقاليد الجزائر بالانجليزية ( اللباس والاكل )
algerian heritage
بحث حول عادات وتقاليد الجزائر
بحث حول الاكلات التقليدية الجزائرية بالانجليزية
بحث حول الحياة في الماضي والحاضر والمستقبل في الجزائر باللغة الانجليزية
العادات والتقاليد الجزائرية
عادات وتقاليد الجزائر
تعبير بالانجليزي عن العادات والتقاليد
short paragraph about algeria
بحث حول اللباس التقليدي الجزائري بالانجليزية

El Barnous El Barnous was introduced with the advent of Islam. Piece of wool,
usually dark, he was also well known that Arab Berbers. Of
Rural single garment, it will become a ceremonial dress. Other (lotfi Hakimi) say
the bunting was not introduced to the advent of Islam. This is a clothing part
integral Berber original costume. Is not Ibn Kahldoun saying El Amazigh Awil
Barba, haliqy rrou'ous, labisy el birnous, akily el kouskous (Amazigh or Berber, have
the Cane shaven, wearing bathrobe and couscous eaters).
May this same word, burnous, of ABRNUS Berber, Arabized El BIRNOUS, give his name to
Pyrenees El Baranis. Indeed, the arrival of Muslim parties soldiers to conquer
Europe, the sight of these capped mountains, draped in a mantle of snow made them think
bunting of our ancestors, hence the current name.

El Futa: Women use it mainly to cover her legs. Some say that
its origins date back to the times of the Phoenicians. Silk scarf, usually worn on the
seroual with a belt "Lamhezma". Today, El Futa was mainly driven
in Steam

El Haïk: blend of silk and wool, symbol of modesty, El Haïk in the appearance of a dress
long that covers the woman in its entirety through the shoulders and fastened at the waist by the
the elastic seroual. Part of the Haik covers the hair. Formerly, it allowed the
bourgeois to stand out, also served as protection against the evil eye, he hid
the female figure and her jewelry. During the French colonization, he played a very
big role in the struggle of Algerian women; they hid weapons under the Haik,
defying oppression of the French army.

El Hammam: Equivalent of the Moor Bath, place of relaxation and meeting, El Hammam is
while an Art! Tools needed: el Kassa (a rough glove) el fouta, plastic sandals,
towels, e'tassa. Women usually make it after 10 am until
the end of the afternoon. Men early in the morning or at night. After having sweat well, we
rub the skin with el kessa to get rid of dead cells, you can also rent
the services of a kiyasse or kiyassa that we not only rubs, but we
Massage offers a unique in its kind. After that, we leave the main room to another
cooler to resume spirits and wash thoroughly.

El Henna: [Lawsonia Inernis] plant that can reach a height of over 6 meters
with flowers of colors pink and white, known more among Arabs, like indie and
African. Used as a beauty product or as a natural dye. In powder form,
liquid or dye for hair, El Henna is now known throughout the world
around with the advent of the phenomenon Tattoo among Western youth. Also plant
drug, El Henna has anti-hemorrhagic, anti-cancer and anti-
inflammatory. Lawsonia Inernis.

El Koheul: Used more by women for its aesthetic and mystical side, El Koheul
(Antimony sulfide) is known in all Arab peoples. Its use, according to some
writing was recommended by some Arab physicians for its anti-inflammatory property. Of
Today, women use to dye the edge of their eyelids intensifying the
depth of their eyes.

G'nidra: Small gandoura small shirt.

H'zam: Large white tape used to hold the pants (seroual).

Karakou [Algiers], traditional costume worn by women, developed in fabrics with
son of gold and silver [fetla & medjboud].
Maharma: scarf type, multicolor, styling the ladies.

The chorba: it is the traditional Algerian soup, served at the very beginning of meal. It is made from mutton, vegetables, tomatoes, spices and noodles hand-rolled (or wheat grains in the frik chorba). We usually add a few drops of lemon juice.
- Harira: the cousin chorba. Although Moroccan, the Harira crossed the border and is consumed in many cities in western countries, especially in Tlemcen. It is thickened with sourdough and rice or chickpeas are added.
- Bricks: leaves folded in square or triangle. An egg and a mashed potato are added.
- The boureks: they are rolls stuffed bricks leaves with a preparation of minced meat, spinach, etc.
- Salads: Algerian gastronomy counts a lot! Among the best known, grilled peppers salad (drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with garlic and parsley), potato salad with onions, carrot slices salad with hot sauce ... Algerians are also used to pour on their salad a few drops of olive oil from Kabylie, the most famous in the country.
The dishes
- Couscous: a real national dish, there are a thousand and one ways to prepare it. To each his recipe. Depending on the region, we will serve you with mutton or chicken, turnips, zucchini, beans, etc. Once on the plate, sprinkle the semolina with a spicy broth and sprinkle with black pepper. Its tasting is usually accompanied by a large glass of fresh curd. Couscous is sometimes kind (masfouf) only enhanced with raisins, sugar and cinnamon.
- The chakchouka: sort of vegetable ratatouille of eastern Algeria, tomato and cooked peppers.
- The Algerian rechta: small semolina noodles served with chicken, turnips and chickpeas. One of the most famous dishes of the capital!
- The pastilla: of Moroccan origin, the pastilla (cake of puff pastry with almonds and stuffed with chicken meat or pigeon) is also cooked in Algeria. The preparation remains more or less the same on both sides of the border.
- The tajines: they are certainly less widespread than in Morocco, but the Algerians are however fond of tajine with prunes and leg of mutton. Very sweet, it is accompanied by roasted almonds, raisins, a few drops of orange blossom and sometimes small slices of apples. Its syrup, very sweet, makes it an ideal dish for the purpose of meals.
- The méchoui: it is a whole lamb that is roasted on the spit. Excellent and very appreciated. Unfortunately, it is only prepared on special occasions (weddings, births, circumcisions).

- Fish: With 1,200 km of coastline, Algeria must be able to satisfy all lovers of fish and seafood. Apart from sardines, cooked in fried donuts, Algerian families consume quite a bit of fish (because much more expensive as chicken or mutton meat). You will be advised, however, some good tables near the small fishing ports along the coast.

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