Angličtina – Food
Sometimes when we celebrate a special occasion of if we want to have dinner with our friends of family but don’t want to make it ourselves, we go to a restaurant.
The usual meals in most British household are breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, or breakfast, dinner, tea and supper.
American cuisine was originally made by natives (Indians), but now includes all cuisine made by immigrants so it’s cuisine from all over the world.
Food is one of the chief joys of life. Eating – and for many, cooking too – is a pleasure. There are some people who eat just once a day – they have one continuous meal. Others
white bread [‘wait bred] – bílý chléb brown [braun] / dark [da:k] bread – tmavý chléb
wholemeal [‘h∂ulmi:l] / wholewheat [‘h∂ulwi:t] bread – celozrnný chléb
The first meal of the day is breakfast. It is often bread, rolls, butter, ham, salami, cheese, marmelade or honey.
n our country daily meals usually start with break¬fast, which consists of something to drink – tea (with milk or with lemon)
English breakfast consists of glass of juice and cornflakes or muesli
with sugar and milk. Of course they drink tea or coffee
Fast food is very popular today. The reason is rush and little time. The advantage of fast food is that you can get a meal that is eatable in a short time and is quite cheep.
which consists of something to drink – tea (with milk or with lemon) or cocoa, warm or hot milk, black coffee – and something to eat,
HORS D´OEUVRES ENTRÉES pork pie with onion ragout Praha style
Prague ham and horseradish scrambled eggs
The traditional English meals are: – beefsteak with roast /fried/ potatoes in their jackets and vegetables – a roast point of meat /beef, pork, lamb/ with roast potatoes and vegetables – roast lamb with mint sauce
Daily meals usually start with breakfast. An English breakfast differs greatly from ours. Traditional British breakfast consists of a glass of fruit juice,
that the meal will have a unique flavour – e. g. garlic, sage, rosemary, thyme, marjoram, curry, pepper, ginger, red pepper, mace, cinnamon, clove, cumin, bay leaf,