English Quisine

English Quisine
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English Quisine

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which British food do you know?

Slide 2 - Woordweb

full English breakfast
Breakfast is the first meal of the day eaten after waking from the night's sleep.
The word breakfast derives from 'breaking the fasting period of the previous night'.

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full English breakfast
traditional ingredients:
- bacon
- sausages
- eggs
- black pudding
- baked beans
- tomatoes
- mushrooms
- toast
and a beverage such as coffee or tea

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

black pudding
baked beans
geroosterd brood
witte bonen in tomatensaus

Slide 5 - Sleepvraag

full English breakfast
- as nearly all the ingredients in this dish are fried, it is commonly known as fry-up.
- ingredients vary per region. The full Irish breakfast contains Hash Browns and soda bread. The Scots put in a lorne sausage and the Welsh put in cockles and laverbread.

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When it gets to midday in the UK and the fry-up has worn off, it's time to start thinking about what will get you through to dinner time.
- The Sandwich
- Soup 
- A Jacket Potato
- The Ploughman's lunch
- Classic British dishes. 
- The Sunday Roast
some options are:

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Weird British Food (& their names)
So the British put Marmite or beans on their toast. 
If you think that sounds disgusting, follow me for a short tour on the weirdest soundest dishes served in the UK.

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Bangers and Mash
The term ‘bangers’ is said to date to the First World War, when meat supplies in Blighty were low and sausages were filled with all sorts of ingredients, leading to them exploding ...

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Bubble and Squeek
The name suggests your belly might make weird noises while eating it, but it’s actually the sounds made during the cooking of this potato and cabbage delicacy that gives bubble and squeak it’s name. 

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flies' cemetery
Pastry made out of fruit. With a filling made out of dried fruit.
Of course they are bound to attract flies. But no one really knows where the cemetery part comes from. If anything, it should be called 'a flies' feast'.

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Stargazy Pie
The name of this fish dish isn't even that weird. It's appearance will probably freak you out more. 
Traditional British but not very popular.

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Toad in the hole
Dishes like toad in the hole appeared as early as 1762.
Toad in the hole was originally created as a way to stretch out meat in poor households. Chefs therefore suggested using the cheapest meats in this dish.

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Meatballs. Everybody likes meatballs! Even with a weird name like Faggots. 
But Faggots are traditionally made out of minced pork liver, heart, fatty belly meat and wrapped in bacon. 

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Pigs in Blankets
Super tasty side dish! Pork sausages wrapped in bacon. Mainly eaten at Christmas with a traditional roast dinner.
The Americans have it too. But their blankets are made of bread...

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Spotted Dick
Perhaps the weirdest British food name of them all is Spotted Dick.
But you'll be eating a sponge cake, filled with (dried) fruit. And finished of with thick, creamy custard.

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Have a great weekend, y'all!

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