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Transcript of English Food
Christmas pudding is a traditional dessert that takes at least a month to make. It is made from boiled fruit, sugars, spices, brandy and other alcohol. It is hung on a hook in a special bag for many weeks to enhance the flavour.
Christmas crackers pulled before Christmas dinner are a common custom.
Kids over the age of 12 drink wine with their Christmas meal. Christmas Guy Fawkes Night
Families and communities have barbeques and bonfires and light fireworks to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day.
Food served at Guy Fawkes Bonfires has to be warm and easy to eat around the fire or cook on the fire.
Food includes: Bangers and mash, Shepherds pie, soup, baked potatoes and bonfire toffee cooked in the fire. Brits typically eat 4 meals a day : breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner.
Traditionally, breakfast is the largest meal of the day in England. It consists of eggs, beans, mushrooms, a lot of meat dishes and kippers. Kippers are smoked fish. Introduction England has a population of about 53 million.
England is the most populated country in the United Kingdom. England is located in the United Kingdom Its biggest city, London, is also the capital city. Beverages Produced in England The tea meal is often called High Tea and usually happens at around 4 p.m.
It traditionally consists of:
Savories: Tiny sandwiches or appetizers
Scones: Served with jam and Devonshire or clotted cream
Pastries: Cakes, cookies, shortbread and sweets Sandwiches known as butty or sarnie and a pack of crisps are a typical lunch choice. Bangers and beans and steak and kidney pie are also traditional lunch dishes. Lunch Chips FYI Crisps FYI A butty is a bread roll that's been split open, and a sarnie is two slices of bread. Traditionally England is know for its tea and tea drinking is a huge part of many people's social lives in England. England produce many classic teas like English Breakfast and Orange Pekoe Dinner A traditional English dinner usually consists of a meat and two vegetables
One of these vegetables is usually potatoes Fish and chips is by far England's most well known food and would be considered by most to be its national dish. It has been eaten for many decades. In fact the first fish and chips shop opened in England in 1863. It is easy to make and would traditionally be served wrapped in newspaper with lots of malt vinegar.
Here is a link to a recipe on how to make fish and chips
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/chips-and-fish-recipe/index.html Fish and Chips Sweets Produced in England The Sunday roast was once a very common feature of English cooking.
The Sunday dinner traditionally includes:
a roast of meat
Yorkshire pudding Sunday Dinner Some unique, traditional dinner dishes include: Eggs, potatoes, sardines and fish heads in pastry crust. Stargazy Pie Sausages in Yorkshire pudding batter Toad in the Hole Chopped eels boiled in a spiced stock, and cooled
to form a jelly. Jellied Eels Turducken A de-boned chicken, stuffed into a de-boned duck,
stuffed into a de-boned turkey. English cooking uses a lot of butter, and Devon and Cornwall are known for the
creamy tasting butter they produce. Butter Foods Produced in England Dairy, beef and wheat are the most profitable farms in England
Sausages, meat pies and smoked fish are popular meat products produced in England
Chutneys, pickles, horseradish sauce and marmite
are all produced in England
England known for its cheeses such as: Cheshire cheese, Port, Stilton and white cheddar. England is know for its heavy drinkers and produces many beers that are exported worldwide. husbands Desserts Produced in England High Tea