Presentation on theme: "Northern Irish Food. Milk, Cheese and Butter The milk and butter in Northern Ireland is very different from the milk and butter here in Spain. Dale Farm."— Presentation transcript:
Milk, Cheese and Butter The milk and butter in Northern Ireland is very different from the milk and butter here in Spain. Dale Farm makes the milk in Northern Ireland. I think that the butter, milk and cheese in Spain are different because of the climate. There isn’t much grass here for the cows so their diet is different and therefore the milk, cheese and butter are different too.
Bread In Northern Ireland we eat a lot of bread! These are soda farls! We eat them with lots of butter! This is potato bread. It is a thin bread filled with potato. Once more, we eat it toasted with lots of butter!
This is wheaten bread. It is like a soda farl, only it is made using wholemeal flour. This is Veda. It is only found in Northern Ireland! It is a sweet bread eaten with butter and cheese. The recipe is top secret. Nobody knows what makes Veda bread! In Northern Ireland we don’t eat bread sticks like here in Spain. We eat “pan loaf”…
Ulster Fry The “Ulster Fry” was traditionally eaten by workmen for breakfast. Nowadays we eat a fry for dinner, not breakfast and we don’t fry all the ingredients. We grill them to be healthier! Soda farl Sausages Baked Beans Fried egg Mushrooms Potato bread Bacon
Potatoes In Northern Ireland we eat lots of potatoes! We mash them We boil them We make chips with them We cook them in their skins
Champ Champ is mashed potatoes with spring onions in it! This is a typical Northern Irish food!
Gravy Gravy is a “sauce” that we eat with meat and potatoes. It is made with a powder called BISTO. You add this powder to the juice of cooked meat to make gravy. You can get different flavours too!
Stew Stew is a typical Northern Irish food. We normally eat it in the Winter when it is very cold to warm us up. It is a very thick soup made with carrots, onions, steak pieces, potatoes and gravy!
Sunday Roast Sunday lunch is roast meat, either Beef, Lamb, Pork or Chicken. In Northern Ireland it is normally Roast Beef. The roast meat is served with vegetables including Brussels sprouts, carrots, and potatoes roasted alongside the meat. It is served with Yorkshire Pudding.
Fish and Chips Fish and chips is Belfast’s most popular take-away meal! It is fish in batter, served with fat chips! Normally the fish is COD.
Tea Tea is Northern Ireland’s most popular drink! It is traditionally drank white, with milk and perhaps sugar too. We like to have a biscuit with it too.
Whiskey Bushmills Whiskey is made in Portrush! Only 1 hour from Belfast! It is mainly old men that drink Whiskey!
Harp Lager Co. Harp Lager Company in Dublin makes both “Harp Lager” and “Guinness”. Both beers are very popular in Northern Ireland.