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FOOD People should eat to live but some people live to eat.
Before we start eating, we lay a table. What do we put on it? napkins salt, pepper toothpicks plates cutlery glasses table cloth
DON‘T: -put your elbows on the table while eating, -talk with food in your mouth, -put too much food in your mouth, -start eating before everybody has been served, -chew with your mouth open. DO: -always say thank you when served something, -when eating rolls, break off a piece of bread before buttering, -if you cannot eat all the food, say: “I‘m sorry. It was so delicious but I am full.“
DISH – FOOD PREPARED IN A PARTICULAR WAY AS PART OF A MEAL MEAL – AN OCASSION WHEN PEOPLE SIT DOWN TO EAT FOOD FOOD – THINGS THAT PEOPLE EAT A KITCHEN or CUISINE? A kitchen is a place where people cook, have cooking utensils, a cooker, an oven, etc Cuisine is a style of cooking, using typical ingredience and recipes (French, Greek, Italian, Czech, Mediterranean, etc). A recipe gives instructions how to cook something; they are in a recipe book
CHOP MELT GRIND TEAR GRATE CUT VA Ř IT MÍCHAT PÉCT SMÍCHAT LOUPAT KRÁJET NA PLÁTKY NASEKAT ROZEH Ř ÁT MLÍT NATRHAT STROUHAT KRÁJET BOIL STIR BAKE MIX PEEL SLICE ROAST OPÉKAT
Breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner - the British usually have them at home. Typical British meals are: Fish and chips – are not considered to be healthy (doesn´t contain fibres) Roast meat (pork, beef or lamb) usually served with potatoes (boiled or roast) some vegetables like peas, carrots and gravy (the fat and juices from the meat mixed with other ingredients). Tikka masala is the most eaten national meal today. It´s originated in India. Drinks: fizzy drinks containing sugar are unhealthy, should be replaced by mineral waters. Obesity in an increasing problem in Britain. It is necessary to start in schools with changes.
2 heads romaine lettuce 80 g parmesan 2-3 skinless chicken breasts 4 tbsp olive oil 1 fresh baguette salt and pepper 2 garlic cloves Preparation Wash the lettuce in cold water, dry it and separate the leaves. Tear them by hand (don't use a knife!) into bits. Wash the chicken breasts and cut them in half horizontally. You will then have thin fillets. Season them with freshly ground salt and pepper. Cut the baguette into rough cubes for the croutons. Chop the garlic (or use a garlic press). Prepare a big frying pan with a lid and heat the oven to 200C.
Dressing 60 ml olive oil 6 tbsp lemon juice 6 anchovies fillets 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 2 tbsp grated parmesan cheese 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 tbsp mayonnaise / ˈ w ʊ st ə ʃ ə / The secret to a Caesar salad is its dressing. Grate the parmesan cheese yourself (don't use ready-grated) and put all the dressing ingredients into a mini blender and blend until smooth. You can adjust the taste with more lemon juice, mustard or mayo. Make the chicken Use the hot pan, add the other chopped garlic clove and the rest of oil, fry the chicken breasts from both sides until golden. Put the lid on and leave the pan on the cooker for one minute. Remove the pan with the lid still on, turn the fillets and let them sit in the pan (with the lid on) for about 2 more minutes.