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BRISTISH TRADITIONAL CUISINE

KEDGEREE

Fish (usually smoked), boiled rice, egg and butter
and seasoned with curry, turmeric, coriander,
cream or yogurt.
JAKED
POTATO

A baked potato with a crispy skin, a
tender interior and a delicious filling.
LANCASHIRE
HOTPOT

It is a dish made of sheep or lamb and onion,
covered in turn with sliced potatoes.
SUNDAY
ROAST

The dish is made with roast meat and potatoes, and ingredients such
as pork, veal, lamb and side dishes such as potatoes, yorkshire
pudding, spaghetti sausages, carrots, beans or Brussels sprouts are
used.
SHEPERD'S
PIE

This dish consists of minced lamb meat
coated in mashed potatoes and with an
optional layer of cheese.
FISH AND
CHIPS

The dish consists of fish, usually cod or sole, but it can also be
done with hake and sea bream, battered in flour and egg with
potatoes, all fried in a super hot oil (deep fried oil).
ENGLISH
BREAKFAST

It is usual to carry eggs, sausage, vegetables, toast,
fruit and coffee or tea.
PIE AND
MASH

Meat pie and mashed potatoes
DESSERTS
STICKY
TOFFEE

It consists of a sponge cake covered with toffee
and served with custard or vanilla ice cream.
CUSTARD

Custard is prepared based on milk or cream and
egg yolk.
FRUIT
CRUMBLE

It is made with fruit and a mass of flour, butter and
sugar. The crumble is served hot accompanied by
ice cream, flan, custard or cream
RICE
PUDDING

It is made, as the name suggests, with milk and rice
and traditionally added cinnamon or raisins.
TRIFFLE

It treats a dessert structured in several layers and
that combines fruits, gelatin, sponge cake, cream or
custard.
BATTENBERG
CAKE

A sponge cake, but you will realize that it is a Battenberg Cake when
you cut it, because you will see four squares that traditionally
alternate two colors, pink and yellow. In addition, it takes apricot jam
inside and is covered with marzipan dough.
TEA TIME

Tea served with scones, pastas and salty
accompaniment like sliced bread sandwiches.
ENGLISH SPANISH

 (It is) easy as pie  No puedes tenerlo todo
 (To) go bananas or (To) go  Pan comido
nuts
 Revelar información
 (You are) the apple of my
eye  Adular interesadamente

 (To be) full of beans  Estar lleno de energía
 (To) spill the beans  Enloquecer
 (To) butter somebody up  Eres la niña de mis ojos
 Have your cake and eat it
too

Some expressions in English with
foods
ENGLISH SPANISH

 That’s the way the cookie  Estar en problemas
crumbles
 Comprar algo deteriorado
 (To be) the cream of the
 Ser de la clase superior
crop
 (To) have all your eggs in  No arriesgarse
one basket  Dos personas que se llevan
 (To) buy a lemon bien
 (To be) paid peanuts  Recibir un pago muy bajo
 Two peas in a pod  Así son las cosas
 (To be) in a pickle

Some expressions in English with
foods