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English food

English food



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English food



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    English food English food Presentation Transcript

    • Food
    • Vocabulary…RamSheepLamb
    • 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…
    • Types of steak• Fillet• Rump• T-bone• Sirloin• Stewing• Rare• Medium• Well done
    • Countable nouns
    • More countable nouns
    • Exotic fruit• Jackfruit• Rambutan• Lychee• Passion fruit• Star fruit
    • More exotic fruit…• Mangosteen• Kumquat• Durian• Dragon Fruit• And many more…
    • Vegetables…
    • English cuisine•is shaped by thecountrys temperateclimate, its geography,and its history.
    • Since the Early Modern Period…• Food has been characterisedby its simplicity and use of highquality natural produce
    • England’s old heritage…• has resulted in a traditionalcuisine which has tended toveer away from strongflavours
    • Multi-cultural society…• Has given birth to:• Indian• Thai• Chinese• Bangladesh• Italian food etc.
    • Fast food…• Is also making a huge impact• Burger King• McDonalds• KFC• Pizza Hut• Subway etc
    • Traditional cuisine• The Sunday RoastThe mostcommonEnglish dish
    • The chip shopProbably themost popular andidentifiableEnglish dish
    • The full English BreakfastA combination of:• Bacon• Grilled tomatoes• Fried bread• Black pudding• Baked beans• Fried mushrooms• Sausages• Eggs• Hash browns
    • The banger (sausage)• Herbal Lincolnshire• Curled Cumberland• Pork and apple• Beef and stilton• Pork and mozzarella• Black Pudding• Many more…
    • 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…
    • Sweet pies• Blackberry and apple pie• Cheesecake• Lemon meringue pie• Banoffee pie• Pumpkin pie• Many more…
    • The Curry• In Victorian times,we started creatingAnglo-Indiancuisine…
    • The sandwich• Fillings such as pickledrelishes andGentlemans Relish arealso very English.
    • Cheese• Cheddar• Wensleydale• Red Leicester• Double Gloucester• Stilton• Sage Derby• Many more…
    • Pudding• Bread and butter pudding• Rhubarb crumble• Spotted dick• Summer pudding• Trifle• Christmas pudding• Sticky toffee pudding• Jam roly poly• Crème brulee• Many more…
    • Preserved foods• Many European countries have atradition of salting, smoking,pickling and preserving foods.• We make kippers, ham, bacon andpickled vegetables
    • Cereals• Cornflakes• Weetabix• Alpen• Shredded Wheat• Special K• Rice Krispies• Many more…
    • 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…
    • Scottish classics• Haggis• Neaps• Scotch eggs• Porage Oats• Butterscotch• Salmon and whisky sauce• Many more…
    • Welsh classicsWelsh rarebit Welsh cakes CawlBara Brith Laverbread Steamed LeakPudding
    • Irish classics• Beef in Guinness• Irish stew• Irish coffee• Irish cream• Velvet chocolate martinis
    • Pickles, preserves and condiments• Chutney• Branston pickle• Piccalilli• Pickled onions• Pickled gherkins• Ketchup• Worcestershire sauce• English mustard• Jams• Many more…
    • 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…
    • •Classic English drinks
    • Pubs and Beer• Bitter• Stout• Cider• Ale• Lager• Shandy• Root beer• Ginger beer
    • Wine and spirits• Whisky• Gin• Liqueur• Sparkling wine• White/Red/Rose wine• Many more…
    • Cooking methods• Barbecue• Microwave• Stir-fry• Braising• Baking• Frying• Slow cooker• Boiling• Smoking• Deep fry• Roasting• Grilling• Steaming• Many others
    • Finding GOOD English food…• Pubs• Restaurant• Hotels (Ritz, Sheraton, Savoy)• Home made food
    • The endwww.dragon-class.com