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1 Food Click to continue

2 Vocabulary… MasculineMasculine FeminineFeminine YoungYoung BullBull CowCow CalfCalf RamRam SheepSheep LambLamb BoarBoar SowSow PigletPiglet CockerelCockerel HenHen ChickenChicken

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… www.martins-seafresh.co.uk/freshfishseafoodshellfish2.html

4 Types of steak Fillet Rump T-bone Sirloin Stewing Rare Medium Well done

5 Countable nouns

6 More countable nouns

7 Exotic fruit Jackfruit Rambutan Lychee Passion fruit Star fruit

8 More exotic fruit… Mangosteen Kumquat Durian Dragon Fruit And many more…

9 Vegetables…

10 English cuisine is shaped by the country's temperate climate, its geography, and its history.

11 Since the Early Modern Period… Food has been characterised by its simplicity and use of high quality natural produce

12 Englands old heritage… has resulted in a traditional cuisine which has tended to veer away from strong flavours

13 Recent multi-culture… Has given birth to: Indian Thai Chinese Bangladesh Italian etc

14 Fast food… Is also making a huge impact Burger King McDonalds KFC Pizza Hut Subway etc

15 Traditional cuisine The Sunday Roast The most common English dish

16 The chip shop Probably the most popular and identifiable English dish

17 The full English Breakfast A combination of: Bacon Grilled tomatoes Fried bread Black pudding Baked beans Fried mushrooms Sausages Eggs Hash browns

18 The banger (sausage) Herbal Lincolnshire Curled Cumberland Pork and apple Beef and stilton Pork and mozzarella Black Pudding Many more…

19 Savoury pies Meat pie Pork Pie Steak and Kidney Cornish pasty Sheperds pie Cottage pie Fishermans pie Pie and mash Chicken pie Many more…

20 Sweet pies Blackberry and apple pie Cheesecake Lemon meringue pie Banoffee pie Pumpkin pie Many more…

21 The Curry In Victorian times, we started creating Anglo-Indian cuisine…

22 The sandwich Fillings such as pickled relishes and Gentleman's Relish are also very English.

23 Cheese Cheddar Wensleydale Red Leicester Double Gloucester Stilton Sage Derby Many more…

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 Preserved foods Many European countries have a tradition of salting, smoking, pickling and preserving foods. We make kippers, ham, bacon and pickled vegetables

26 Cereals Cornflakes Weetabix Alpen Shredded Wheat Special K Rice Krispies Many more…

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 Scottish classics Haggis Neaps Scotch eggs Porage Oats Butterscotch Salmon and whisky sauce Many more…

29 Welsh classics Welsh rarebitWelsh cakesCawl Bara BrithLaverbreadSteamed Leak Pudding

30 Irish classics Beef in Guinness Irish stew Irish coffee Irish cream Velvet chocolate martinis

31 Pickles, preserves and condiments Chutney Branston pickle Piccalilli Pickled onions Pickled gherkins Ketchup Worcestershire sauce English mustard Jams Many more…

32 Other classics Beef Wellington Cauliflower cheese Lancashire hotpot Ploughman's lunch Toad-in-the-hole Game (Pheasant, Duck, Rabbit, Deer, Wild Boar, Grouse etc) Roast lamb & mint sauce Many more…

33 Now lets look at… Classic English drinks

34 Pubs and Beer Bitter Stout Cider Ale Lager Shandy Root beer Ginger beer

35 Wine and spirits Whisky Gin Liqueur Sparkling wine White/Red/Rose wine Many more…

36 Cooking methods Barbecue Microwave Stir-fry Braising Baking Frying Slow cooker Boiling Smoking Deep fry Roasting Grilling Steaming Many others

37 Finding GOOD English food… Pubs Restaurant Hotels (Ritz, Sheraton, Savoy etc) Takeaway English family But rarely in a school canteen!

38 Warwick food Pubs: Restaurants (Mexican, Indian, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Thai, English etc) Takeaway Hotels

39 British food is great! The end


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