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Lesson 2.Describing taste of food

Write a dream menu for a day.

Writing

II.When you have finished read out your menu to the rest of the group and ask them to guess which situation you chose.

I. Work in small groups. Choose one of the following situations and design a suitable meal. The meal should consist of at least three courses.

Speaking

a) for a friend of yours and her new boyfriend. The boyfriend is a vegetarian.

b) for a romantic evening.

c) for a hot summer’s day.

d) for a friend who is on a diet.

e) for a child’s sixth birthday party.

Read these quotations about English food. Do all the people have the same opinion about English food? Express your point of view (agree/disagree).

“It takes some skill to spoil a breakfast–even the English can’t do it!”

J K Galbraith, economist

“If the English can survive their food, they can survive anything!”

George Bernard Shaw, writer

“English cooking? You just put things into boiling water and then take them out again after a long while!”

An anonymous French chef

To describe accurately how food is cooked, the following verbs are used:

baked cooked in the oven (used for cakes, bread, etc.)
boiled cooked in very hot water
broiled grilled/barbecued
fried cooked in oil on top of the cooker
grilled cooked under a strong heat
roast cooked in the oven, usually with a little oil (used for meats and vegetables)
steamed cooked over water

Some common adjectives for food and drink:

savoury –sweet (food)

hot, spicy–mild (curry dishes)

rich, heavy–light (dishes)

still-sparkling, fizzy (mineral water)

Other expressions:

It’s served with…/made from…

It’s a mixture of…and…

It comes with…

It’s a kind of…

It’s made from…with…and cooked in…

I think you will like it…

You may not like it…


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