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English food

  1. 1. Food
  2. 2. Vocabulary…RamSheepLamb
  3. 3. The ‘Fishery’…• Salmon• Trout• Cod• Plaice• Mackerel• Haddock• Shrimp• Swordfish• Turbot• Lobster• Rock• Herring• Snapper• Bass• Bream• Monkfish• Tuna• Mullet• Crab• Cockles• Scallops• Squid• Mussels• Prawns• Kipper• Oysters• Many more…
  4. 4. Types of steak• Fillet• Rump• T-bone• Sirloin• Stewing• Rare• Medium• Well done
  5. 5. Countable nouns
  6. 6. More countable nouns
  7. 7. Exotic fruit• Jackfruit• Rambutan• Lychee• Passion fruit• Star fruit
  8. 8. More exotic fruit…• Mangosteen• Kumquat• Durian• Dragon Fruit• And many more…
  9. 9. Vegetables…
  10. 10. English cuisine•is shaped by thecountrys temperateclimate, its geography,and its history.
  11. 11. Since the Early Modern Period…• Food has been characterisedby its simplicity and use of highquality natural produce
  12. 12. England’s old heritage…• has resulted in a traditionalcuisine which has tended toveer away from strongflavours
  13. 13. Multi-cultural society…• Has given birth to:• Indian• Thai• Chinese• Bangladesh• Italian food etc.
  14. 14. Fast food…• Is also making a huge impact• Burger King• McDonalds• KFC• Pizza Hut• Subway etc
  15. 15. Traditional cuisine• The Sunday RoastThe mostcommonEnglish dish
  16. 16. The chip shopProbably themost popular andidentifiableEnglish dish
  17. 17. The full English BreakfastA combination of:• Bacon• Grilled tomatoes• Fried bread• Black pudding• Baked beans• Fried mushrooms• Sausages• Eggs• Hash browns
  18. 18. The banger (sausage)• Herbal Lincolnshire• Curled Cumberland• Pork and apple• Beef and stilton• Pork and mozzarella• Black Pudding• Many more…
  19. 19. Savoury pies• Meat pie• Pork Pie• Steak and Kidney• Cornish pasty• Sheperd’s pie• Cottage pie• Fisherman’s pie• Pie and mash• Chicken pie• Many more…
  20. 20. Sweet pies• Blackberry and apple pie• Cheesecake• Lemon meringue pie• Banoffee pie• Pumpkin pie• Many more…
  21. 21. The Curry• In Victorian times,we started creatingAnglo-Indiancuisine…
  22. 22. The sandwich• Fillings such as pickledrelishes andGentlemans Relish arealso very English.
  23. 23. Cheese• Cheddar• Wensleydale• Red Leicester• Double Gloucester• Stilton• Sage Derby• Many more…
  24. 24. Pudding• Bread and butter pudding• Rhubarb crumble• Spotted dick• Summer pudding• Trifle• Christmas pudding• Sticky toffee pudding• Jam roly poly• Crème brulee• Many more…
  25. 25. Preserved foods• Many European countries have atradition of salting, smoking,pickling and preserving foods.• We make kippers, ham, bacon andpickled vegetables
  26. 26. Cereals• Cornflakes• Weetabix• Alpen• Shredded Wheat• Special K• Rice Krispies• Many more…
  27. 27. Sweet etc• Wine Gums• Mars bar• Twix• Snickers• Mint Humbugs• Biscuits• Jelly babies• Kendal mint cake• Toffee• Lollipops• Boiled sweets• Maltesers• Strawberry creams• Many more…
  28. 28. Scottish classics• Haggis• Neaps• Scotch eggs• Porage Oats• Butterscotch• Salmon and whisky sauce• Many more…
  29. 29. Welsh classicsWelsh rarebit Welsh cakes CawlBara Brith Laverbread Steamed LeakPudding
  30. 30. Irish classics• Beef in Guinness• Irish stew• Irish coffee• Irish cream• Velvet chocolate martinis
  31. 31. Pickles, preserves and condiments• Chutney• Branston pickle• Piccalilli• Pickled onions• Pickled gherkins• Ketchup• Worcestershire sauce• English mustard• Jams• Many more…
  32. 32. Other classics• Beef Wellington• Cauliflower cheese• Lancashire hotpot• Ploughmans lunch• Toad-in-the-hole• Game (Pheasant, Duck,Rabbit, Deer, Wild Boar,Grouse etc)• Roast lamb & mint sauce• Many more…
  33. 33. •Classic English drinks
  34. 34. Pubs and Beer• Bitter• Stout• Cider• Ale• Lager• Shandy• Root beer• Ginger beer
  35. 35. Wine and spirits• Whisky• Gin• Liqueur• Sparkling wine• White/Red/Rose wine• Many more…
  36. 36. Cooking methods• Barbecue• Microwave• Stir-fry• Braising• Baking• Frying• Slow cooker• Boiling• Smoking• Deep fry• Roasting• Grilling• Steaming• Many others
  37. 37. Finding GOOD English food…• Pubs• Restaurant• Hotels (Ritz, Sheraton, Savoy)• Home made food
  38. 38. The endwww.dragon-class.com

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