• Black pudding, blood pudding or blood
sausage is a type of sausage
7. Hash browns or hashed browns are a
simple potato preparation in which potato
pieces are pan-fried after being shredded,
julienned, or diced.
8. Hash is a dish consisting of meat, potatoes,
and spices, that are mashed together into
a smooth, creamy consistency, and then
cooked either alone or with other
ingredients such as onions.
9. Bubble and squeak is a traditional English
dish made with the shallow-fried leftover
vegetables from a roast dinner.
10. Potato waffles are made of reconstituted
potato, oil, and seasonings. They may be baked,
grilled, or fried, and are used as a side dish,
often together with sausages or bacon, as a
savoury side dish, or as a snack food.
11. Potato cakes are made from mashed or
potato and flour and baked on a griddle.
12. Most British supermarkets sell
variations on the standard bread
muffin, notably cheese, whole meal
and even cinnamon and raisin.
13. White pudding consists of pork meat and
fat, bread, and oatmeal formed into the
shape of a large sausage.
14. It’s tea time!
15. It’s eleven …
Elevenses is a snack that is similar to
afternoon tea, but eaten in the morning.
It is generally less savoury than brunch, and
might consist of some cake or biscuits with a
cup of coffee or tea.
16. From 2:00 to 5:00
Afternoon tea, is a small meal snack typically eaten
between 2pm and 5pm.
The custom of afternoon tea originated in England in
At the time, the various classes in England had a
divergence in their eating habits.
17. High tea
High tea (also known as meat tea) is an
early evening meal, typically eaten between
5pm and 7pm. It is now largely followed by a
lighter meal later in the evening.
18. High Tea
19. Are you hungry?
There are some famous English
20. What shall we order?
21. What about ……. Fish and Chips?
It typically consists of battered fish which is
deep-fried and accompanied by chips.
22. In Britain and Ireland, cod and haddock
appear most commonly as the fish
used for fish and chips.
23. It’s Sunday!!
The traditional British main meal
served on Sundays is . . .
24. The Sunday Roast!!
25. It consists of:
26. Roast meat
27. Roast or mashed
28. Yorkshire pudding
It is made from batter and usually served with roast meat and
It is a semi-liquid mixture of one or more flours combined
with liquids such as water, milk or eggs used to prepare
Gravy is a sauce made often from the juices that run
naturally from meat or vegetables during cooking
31. Roast beef
It is a dish of beef which is roasted in an oven. The
leftovers can be and are often served within
sandwiches and sometimes is used to make hash.
It consists of meat, potatoes, and spices, that are
mashed together into a smooth, creamy consistency,
and then cooked
Cottage pie or
is a meat pie
with a crust of
34. Steak and Kidney pie
It is filled principally with a mixture of diced
beef, diced kidney (often of ox, lamb or pork),
fried onion, and brown gravy.
35. Bangers and mash
Bangers and mash,
also known as
mash, is a
dish made of
36. and now… desserts!!!
37. Apple pie
• It is made of eggs and milk" made from
cornflour and vanilla.
39. Eccles cake
An Eccles cake is a
small, round cake
filled with currants
and made from flaky
pastry with butter
and can sometimes
be topped with
It contains stewed fruit topped with a
crumbly mixture of fat (usually
butter),flour, and sugar.
41. Spotted dick
• Pudding containing
dried fruit (usually
served with custard
• Spotted refers to the
• dick may be a
corruption of the word
42. Summer pudding
• It is a British
Dessert made of
sliced white bread,
layered in a deep
bowl with fruit and
fruit juice. It is left
to soak overnight
and turned out
onto a plate.
Trifle is a dessert
dishmade from thick (or
often solidified) custard,
fruit, sponge cake, fruit
juice or gelatin, and
They are usually arranged
in layers with fruit and
sponge on the bottom,
and custard and cream
44. Christmas pudding
45. Christmas pudding
• Christmas pudding is a pudding traditionally
served on Christmas Day.
• Many households have their own recipe for
Christmas pudding, some handed down
through families for generations
• It’s preparation starts four to five weeks
• Traditionally, every member of the household
stirs the pudding, while making a wish. The
day became known as “Stir- up Sunday".