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English cuisine

  1. 1. English national cuisine:traditions and cultural identity
  2. 2. English national cuisine is… is the specific set of cooking traditions and practices associated with England
  3. 3. Food and ingredients British cuisine includes such components
  4. 4. Meals in England include: breakfast, elevenses, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and supper.Elevenses - is a snack that is similar to afternoon tea, but eaten in the morning (around 11 am). It is generally less savoury than brunch, and might consist of some cake or biscuits with a cup of coffee or tea.Brunch is a meal eaten between breakfast and lunch, and is a substitute for both these meals (Brunch is eaten in the late morning).Afternoon tea or low tea is a small meal snack typically eaten between 4 pm and 6 pm.Supper –also dinner, but later and light.
  5. 5. TraditionsThe day of a typical Englishman in the course of centuries began with scrambled eggs with bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms and the blood sausage. Full English breakfast
  6. 6. • To this day, the popular snacks and sandwiches - triangular sandwiches have become one of the staunchest English traditions.•The British are big fans of meat.One of their favourite nationaldishes now is the Sunday roastserved on Sundays
  7. 7. • Also one of traditions of English cuisine is the preparation of puddings (how sweet and not sweet) which is served to meat or for dessert, shepherds, cottage and fishermans pies and frying. Yorkshire pudding Christmas pudding Suet pudding
  8. 8. • Another English culinary tradition, rarely observed today, is the consumption of a savoury course toward the conclusion of a meal.• Also in England are popular dishes such as sausages (are colloquially known as "bangers“) and Fish and chips.
  9. 9. Where do the British eat?
  10. 10. DrinksThe most popular drink in Britain after thetea is beer. ‘’ Dark ale’’ and a “porter” –famous brands of beer, which prefer theBritish. In addition to the foamy beveragepopular gin, wine, whiskey and rum. InEngland a lot of pubs, where everyonewill find on the soul of beer and wonderfulcompany.
  11. 11. Cultural identity1.The high quality of ingredients forms the basis ofBritish cuisine.2.Recipes of traditional national dishes are in greatdemand in spite of the modern restaurant trends.3.Dishes are trained mainly without any sauces andhot spices.4. Despite his own uniqueness of English cooking isa synthesis of the culinary traditions of manycountries
  12. 12. (largely due to the importation of ingredients and ideas from places such as North America, China, and India during the time of the British Empire and as a result of post-war immigration).5.In English cuisine distributed a large number of cold collations (snacks)6. Puddings are the visiting card of the British and the whole of the UK.7. The particular importance in the life of the Englishman has no restaurant and pub, where you can come for a drink and a snack, have a chat with friends or spend an evening in the family circle.
  13. 13. English cuisine nowdays is a British chef, restaurateur, media personality, known for his food-focused television shows, cookbooks and more recently his campaign against the use of processed foods in national schools. He strives to improve unhealthy diets and poor cooking habits in the United Kingdom and the United States.
  14. 14. The Fat Duck is a restaurant inBray, Berkshire, England. Therestaurant is known for itsmenu of unusual dishes,created following theprinciples of moleculargastronomy, and including eggand bacon ice cream, an Alicein Wonderland inspired mockturtle soup involving a fobwatch dissolved in tea, and adish called the "Sounds of theSea" which includes an audioelement.