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  • Intro : british food in the 30s Comparison with France Clichés Source de l'image : http://www.google.fr/url?source=imglanding&ct=img&q=http://opencage.info/pics/files/800_10625.jpg&sa=X&ei=nmjHUKX7OKWL0QGczIGABg&ved=0CAsQ8wc&usg=AFQjCNHW_UmzFeW2bK7WEazl8Z0512LP2Q Protégée et libre de droit
  • Economic crisis : desillusionnement, hopelessness Sensation of being abandonned Apparition of consumer society : buy british, importations of lots of food in britain : not enough food for everybody Family solidarity : used to be separated, happy to remain together again Importance of buying empire products Patriotic point of view : nationalism
  • Patriotic sense How to cook with only empire made products Canada, australia, england, britain, new zealand... Advertisings about buying british Photos libres de droit, google image, recherche avancée : libre de droit
  • Arabella boxer : famous cook of the 30s, cooks since she's 6years old Wrote 30 books in her life time Elizabeth Craig : idole in britain Made british food popular Cook better quality with low price, and less products (economic crisis)
  • Photo : http://www.google.fr/url?source=imglanding&ct=img&q=http://www.wshop.idv.tw/fanism/wp-content/2010/03/caki.jpg&sa=X&ei=9GnHUKOKK5On0AGVoYCgBw&ved=0CAsQ8wc&usg=AFQjCNFdiPnsr9SvnK9RGPzaPDOt3S76pw Libre de droit dans recherche avancée
  • France : tend to called dishes with crazy long names Sophisticated food, lots of high-priced products Different names, different ways to eat 3 times a day Guide michelin : importance of eating the best food from best cooks, no matter how much it costs Photos libres de droit sur flikr Recherche avancée : libres de droit
  • But also clichés about french food : We eat frogs, snails We eat very good and healthy food But not true since we have fat food like cassoulet or bouillabesse. Lot of butter and sugar
  • Flikr photo : libre de droit

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  • 1 British food in the Interwar I – Historical Situation II – Typical food of the Middle-Class III – Comparison with France and nowadays05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 2 Intro : british food in the 30s Comparison with France Clichés Source de limage : http://www.google.fr/url?source=imglanding&ct=img&q=http://opencage.info/pics/files/8 Protégée et libre de droit05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 3 I – Historical situation • Interwar period • Economic crisis • Consumer society • Importance of family • The Empire Marketing Board05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 4 Economic crisis : desillusionnement, hopelessness Sensation of being abandonned Apparition of consumer society : buy british, importations of lots of food in britain : not enough food for everybody Family solidarity : used to be separated, happy to remain together again Importance of buying empire products Patriotic point of view : nationalism05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 5 The Empire Marketing Board ●Poster & Recipes ●Movies, ex : ONE FAMILY05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 6 Patriotic sense How to cook with only empire made products Canada, australia, england, britain, new zealand... Advertisings about buying british Photos libres de droit, google image, recherche avancée : libre de droit05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 7 II - Typical food in the Middle Class• Arabella Boxer• Elizabeth Craig• Emergence of Junk food• Conservation of food more ng doi s! t of les ar ith StylThe w ish & Prac t icle05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 8 Arabella boxer : famous cook of the 30s, cooks since shes 6years old Wrote 30 books in her life time Elizabeth Craig : idole in britain Made british food popular Cook better quality with low price, and less products (economic crisis)05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 9.Breakfast – also called brekkieElevenses – morning coffee breakLunch =dinner. Sunday lunch= Sunday dinner, lunch in schools = schooldinner.Afternoon Tea – traditionally around 3 – 4 o Clock.Tea – early evening = main meal of the day (dinner) = considered amainly northern working-class term.Dinner = from early to late eveningSupper – evening meal and a snack before bedtime.05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 10 Photo : http://www.google.fr/url?source=imglanding&ct=img&q=http://www.wshop.idv.t Libre de droit dans recherche avancée05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 11 III - Parallel between Britain and France ● Guide Michelin ● Difference in dish names (breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner)05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 12France : tend to called dishes with crazy long namesSophisticated food, lots of high-priced productsDifferent names, different ways to eat3 times a dayGuide michelin : importance of eating the best food from best cooks, nomatter how much it costsPhotos libres de droit sur flikrRecherche avancée : libres de droit05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 13Clichés about British food in France : ● Salty ● Salcy ● Fat ● Only fish and chips and porridge ● Cabbage and carrots ● Disgusting food ● Too much fat and sugar in cakes05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 14But also clichés about french food :We eat frogs, snailsWe eat very good and healthy foodBut not true since we have fat food likecassoulet or bouillabesse.Lot of butter and sugar05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 15 Conclusion ● Cake popularity ● Important of choosing British products ● Different names ● Not many differencies in European countries ● They ate more meat than nowadays ● They ate more fat (salcy dishes) than nowadays ● A lot of clichés about British food05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut
  • 16 Flikr photos : libres de droit05/12/2012 Marine Pacaut