4. thymeCelery tops Salt and pepperrosemary Olive oil
6. Step 2 Preheat the oven • Set the temperature of the oven to 200ºC.
7. Step 3 Prepare the vegetables• Put onion, garlics, carrots, lemon, rosemary, celery tops and thyme in a bowl.• Add rock salt and olive oil.
8. Step 4 A quick tip• Handle raw turkey with the same care that you would raw chicken• Wash the inside and out with water and lemon juice.• Use a separate cutting board and utensils.
9. Step 5 Trim the turkey• Place the knife deep inside the neck cavity and cut off the neck.• Find the elbow joint of one of the wing, insert the knife, cut and remove.
10. Step 6 Fill the turkey• Place the vegetables in to the main cavity of the turkey, stuffing it as much as possible.
11. Step 7 Tie the turkey • Start with a metre of string. • Place it around the turkey’s neck and wings. • Cross the legs together • Put the legs together and tie a knot.
12. Step 8 Prepare the oven• Place the turkey on the rack.• Pour some olive oil over its skin and rub it in well.• Season well with salt and pepper.• Turn the turkey into its side and season again.
13. Step 9 Roast• Allow for 10 – 15 minutes for each 450g of weight.• After 30 minutes, lower the temperature to 180ºC and cook for about 2hours.
14. British eating habits
16. Beefsteak, oyster, kidney pudding
17. Crown roast lambThe crown roastencircles a stuffing ofapples, bread crumbs,onion, celery top andlemon
18. Pies, pudding, buns and cakes
19. Pies, pudding, buns and cakes• Pies and pudding are related phenomena in British culinary history.• Pies covered a stew or other ingredients with a crust• Pudding has become more general ter, for a sweet or savory steamed mixture
20. Sunday roast
21. Fish and chips
22. British Traditional Drinks
23. Tea is the most popular drink in Britain.
24. Tea in BritainEveryday British people drink 165 million cupsof tea and each year around 144 thousandtons of tea are imported.
25. History of tea Catherine is a person who made tea become this popular in Britain.
26. Its high price and exoticism helped it to become very fashionable in aristocratic circles and at the royal court
27. By 1750, tea had become the principal drink of all thesocial classes in Britain
28. It is easy to find tea gardens in Britain. It’s where for people to chat and relax.
29. Afternoon Tea is time for riches ladies inviting theirfriends to their houses for cups of tea. It is between 3 PMto 5 PM
30. The British working population had a meal after work,between 5 and 7 pm. This meal is called High Tea. Theydrink tea and eat delicious sweet foods like cakes orbreads.
31. British people often add some milk or sugar into tea.Therefore, it will make tea sweeter.
32. British people often eat sweet dished when they drink tea.
33. British people can go out to drink tea in a tea room.They also serve sweet dishes there.