Presentation on theme: "A job of my dream I study at the Food college, which is situated in Moscow. I'll be a cooking and catering professional. Every year we do a practice work."— Presentation transcript:
A job of my dream I study at the Food college, which is situated in Moscow. I'll be a cooking and catering professional. Every year we do a practice work for 2 month. This year I have done the practice at the restaurant called "16 tons"
I had always been dreaming about traveling to England and learning English people and their eating habits. At last, my dreams came true. Having worked at one of the English restaurants, I liked English cuisine a bit more and I would like to tell you about some peculiarities of English eating
Breakfast People in England enjoy a hot meal for breakfast, fried eggs, bacon, and sausage, accompanied by toast and tea or coffee. Traditional breakfasts has been replaced by simple, light food mainly eaten cold: yoghurts, fruits, any cereals with cold milk, toasts with a variety of fillings such as: jam, butter
Tea Tea plays an important part in life of every Englishman. It may be called their national drink. The English like strong and fresh tea. The English put one teaspoon of tea for each person. Tea may mean 2 things. It's a meal and a drink
First of all, you should raise your teapot with boiling water to warm the teapot before adding four or five teaspoons of tea. The amount of tea is according to the number of people. Tea must infuse for 5 minutes. English people usually have it with milk
Dinner It's the biggest meal of the day. They begin with soup, followed by fish, roast chicken, potatoes, vegetables, a sweet, fruits and nuts.
Supper The evening meal. People in England prefer vegetable cream soups. For example, with tomato. For the second course, English love stakes from beef sirloin with potatoes or vegetables as a garnish
Fish and chips It have a special place in British cuisine. Fish and chips is sell in side streets the shop of every English town. The pieces of fish are dipped in butter and then dropped into deep boiling oil for a few minutes. They come out crisp and hot
Puddings There are hundreds variations of sweet puddings in England. Each pudding begins with the same basic ingredients of milk, sugar, eggs, flour and butter. Many of the puddings involve fresh fruit such as raspberries or strawberries, cream, and cakes. Bread and butter pudding is old English favourite food
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