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  • When is Mothering Sunday (Mother's Day)? Mothering Sunday (Mother's Day) is always the fourth Sunday of Lent . 2010 Mothering Sunday in UK in 2010 - 14 March (Mother's Day in US in 2010 - 9 May) 2011 Mothering Sunday in UK in 2011 - 3 April (Mother's Day in US in 2011 - 8 May)
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    • 1. BRITISH FOODS Questions: 2.What's the most popular food in Britain? It's... Curry. 1.Do you enjoy your food in Britain?
    • 2. ENGLISH BREAKFAST
      • Eggs, bacon, sausages,
      • fried bread,
      • Mushrooms,
      • baked beans
    • 3. PLOUGHMAN’S LUNCH
      • This dish is served in Pubs. It consists of a piece of cheese, a bit of pickle and pickled onion, and a chunk of bread.
    • 4. Roast Beef
      • This is England’s traditional Sunday lunch,
      • which is a family affair.
    • 5. Traditional Sunday Roast The Sunday roast is a traditional British main meal served on Sundays .
    • 6. English Pies
      • Pies are very popular in England. Pies are a baked dish consisting of a filling such as chopped meat or fruit enclosed in or covered with pastry.
      PORK PIE
    • 7. P FISH AND CHIPS This is England's traditional take-away food. Fish and chips are not normally home cooked but bought at a fish and chip shop to eat on premises or as a "take away“.
    • 8.
      • In England, we have special foods
      • connected with certain festivals.
      • The main ones are:
      Foods and festivals.
    • 9. P Jacket potatoes cooked in foil in the fire. Jacket Potato BONFIRE NIGHT
    • 10. MOTHERING SUNDAY (Simnel Cake)
      • Mothering Sunday in the UK is the equivalent of Mothers' Day in other countries .
      • Mothering Sunday is a time when children pay respect to their Mothers. Children often give their Mothers a gift and a card.
    • 11. P CHRISTMAS DAY Turkey, vegetables, stuffing, bread sauce, cranberry sauce and gravy.
    • 12. P we eat a rich fruity pudding doused in flaming brandy. CHRISTMAS PUDDING
    • 13. HALLOWEEN (Toffee Apples) A great treat for Halloween using a hanful of caramel sweets and dessert apples .
    • 14. AFTERNOON TEA This is a small meal, not a drink. Traditionally it consists of tea (or coffee) served with cream and jam