Breakfast: el desayuno Lunch: el almuerzo Dinner: la cena Toast: una tostada Fruit Juice: zumo de fruta Roast beef/lamb/chicken/turkey: la carne asada.
Presentación del tema: "Breakfast: el desayuno Lunch: el almuerzo Dinner: la cena Toast: una tostada Fruit Juice: el zumo de fruta Roast beef/lamb/chicken/turkey: la carne asada."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Breakfast: el desayuno Lunch: el almuerzo Dinner: la cena Toast: una tostada Fruit Juice: el zumo de fruta Roast beef/lamb/chicken/turkey: la carne asada Sweet potato: un camote/patata dulce Parsnip: una chirivia Fried egg: un huevo frito Mushrooms: un champiñón Baked beans: las alubias en salsa de tomate Sea front: el paseo marítimo Jam: la mermelada Clotted Cream: una crema espesa de Inglaterra Gravy: salsa hecha con el jugo de la carne asada Lentils: las lentejas Pickle: condimento a base de encurtidos en una salsa Break: el recreo
There are various differences between what, when and where people eat in Spain and in England.
Breakfast: at home before work Lunch: with colleagues at work of friends at school. Between and 1.30 Dinner: at home after work. Normally between 6.30pm and 8pm
Dinner: hot, cooked meal normally of meat/fish, vegetables and a form of carbohydrate Lunch: normally a sandwich or salad that is brought from home or bought at work/school Breakfast: most people eat cereal or toast and drink fruit juice and tea/coffee.
This is what people call a mid-morning break when they may drink a cup of tea or coffee and have a snack, like a piece of fruit or a biscuit.
A cultural difference between Spain and England is that in England it is perfectly acceptable to eat whilst on public transport, standing at a bus-stop or walking down the street, for example. People will not think it strange.
Cut up – cortar en pedazos Chop up – cortar en trozos pequeños / picar Quarter – dividir en cuatro partes Cube – cortar en dados o cubitos Core – quitarle el corazón Slice – cortar en rebanadas/tajadas/trozos/rodajas/lonchas Peel – pelar
Grease – enmantequillar / untar con mantequilla Heat – calentar Simmer – hervir a fuego lento Boil – hervir
Ingredients 110g plain flour, sieved pinch of salt 2 eggs 200ml milk, mixed with 75ml water 50g butter
Method Sieve the flour and salt into a large mixing bowl. Break the eggs into it and whisk the eggs and flour. Gradually add small quantities of the milk and water mixture and continue whisking until it is smooth. Heat the butter in a pan. Spoon 2 table spoons of it into the batter and whisk it, then pour the rest into a bowl and use it to grease the pan before you make each pancake. Heat the pan until its very hot, then turn the heat down. Use a ladle to add some mixture to the pan Tip the pan to make sure all of it is covered. After about 30 seconds lift the edge with a knife to see if it's golden. Turn the pancake over and heat the other side for a few seconds. Put it onto a plate.
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