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Breakfast

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Phrases

  1. I start my day with a light breakfast.
  2. It may be a sandwich with eggs or pancakes with meat.
  3. My wife makes breakfast for me.
  4. I like it when she has enough time to do it properly.
  5. For example, when she hasn’t enough time she makes my sandwich with just butter and bacon.
  6. But I prefer her sandwich with eggs.
  7. She puts eggs, fried bread, bacon, lettuce, mustard and salt in them.
  8. If she wants to change my food she makes pancakes with meat.
  9. She makes a filling for pancakes this way: she fries the meat, carrot, adds the spices and something else very tasty.
  10. After that she sets the table.
  11. The pancakes are warm and fresh, just out of the pan.
  12. And inside them they have a fresh hot filling.
  13. All the good stuff.
  14. I like to eat it with lemonade.
  15. I put water, lemon and sugar into a big cup.
  16. Sometimes she gives me yogourt or some sweets for work.
  17. If I feel hungry before lunch, I can eat them.

Vocabulary

  • all the good stuff – all on the highest level
  • baked beans – are dried beans cooked in tomato sauce in Britain or cooked with salt pork in North America. Baked beans are usually sold in cans
  • bacon – salted or smoked meat which comes from the back or sides of a pig
  • black pudding – a thick sausage which has a black skin and is made from pork fat and pig’s blood
  • boil – reach or cause to reach the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapour
  • boiled egg – boiled eggs are eggs, typically from a chicken, cooked with their shells unbroken, usually by immersion in boiling water. Hard-boiled eggs are cooked so that the egg white and egg yolk both solidify, while soft-boiled eggs may leave the yolk, and sometimes the white, at least partially liquid and raw.
  • bowl – a round, deep dish or basin used for food or liquid
  • bread – food made of flour, water, and yeast mixed together and baked
  • burn – flame or glow while consuming a material such as coal or wood
  • butter – a pale yellow edible fatty substance made by churning cream and used as a spread or in cooking
  • carrot – a tapering orange-coloured root eaten as a vegetable
  • chair – a separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legs
  • cook – prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by mixing, combining, and heating the ingredients
  • cooker – an appliance used for cooking food, typically consisting of an oven, hob, and grill and powered by gas or electricity
  • cup – a small bowl-shaped container for drinking from, typically having a handle
  • cut – make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object
  • diet – the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats
  • fork – an implement with two or more prongs used for lifting food to the mouth or holding it when cutting
  • fried – cooked in hot fat or oil
  • fry – cook (food) in hot fat or oil, typically in a shallow pan
  • frying pan – a shallow pan with a long handle, used for cooking food in hot fat or oil
  • herb – any plant with leaves, seeds, or flowers used for flavouring, food, medicine, or perfume
  • jam – squeeze or pack tightly into a specified space
  • kettle – a metal or plastic container with a lid, spout, and handle, used for boiling water
  • knife – a instrument composed of a blade fixed into a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon
  • lettuce – a cultivated plant of the daisy family, with edible leaves that are eaten in salads
  • marmalade – a preserve made from citrus fruit, especially bitter oranges
  • milk – an opaque white fluid rich in fat and protein, secreted by female mammals for the nourishment of their young
  • milk jug – a jug for holding and pouring milk , usually intended for use on the table
  • mug – a large cup, typically cylindrical with a handle and used without a saucer
  • mushroom – a fungal growth that typically takes the form of a domed cap on a stalk, with gills on the underside of the cap
  • mustard – a hot-tasting yellow or brown paste made from the crushed seeds of certain plants, typically eaten with meat or used as a cooking ingredient
  • pan – a metal container used for cooking food in
  • pancakes – a thin, flat cake of batter, fried on both sides in a pan and typically rolled up with a sweet or savoury filling
  • pepper – a pungent hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, used as a spice or condiment to flavour food
  • plate – a flat dish, typically circular and made of china, from which food is eaten or served
  • poached egg – the egg is cracked into a cup or bowl of any size, and then gently slid into a pan of water at approximately 75 Celsius (167 °F) and cooked until the egg white has mostly solidified, but the yolk remains soft. The “perfect” poached egg has a runny yolk, with a hardening crust and no raw white remaining
  • porridge – a dish consisting of oatmeal or another meal or cereal boiled in water or milk
  • pour – flow rapidly in a steady stream
  • properly – correctly or satisfactorily
  • salt – white crystalline substance which gives seawater its characteristic taste and is used for seasoning or preserving food
  • saucepan – a deep cooking pan, typically round, made of metal, and with one long handle and a lid
  • saucer – a shallow dish, typically having a circular indentation in the centre, on which a cup is placed
  • sausage – a short cylindrical tube of minced pork, beef, or other meat encased in a skin, typically sold raw to be grilled or fried before eating
  • scrambled egg – a dish of eggs prepared by beating them with a little liquid and then cooking and stirring gently
  • set the table – when someone sets the table, they prepare it for a meal by putting plates and cutlery on it
  • sitting down – a sit-down meal is served to people sitting at tables
  • slice of bread – peace of bread
  • smoked bacon – bacon is a cured meat prepared from a pig. Fresh bacon may then be further dried for weeks or months in cold air, boiled, or smoked. You can smoke bacon using different types of wood chips or sawdust for different flavors
  • spice – an aromatic or pungent vegetable substance used to flavour food, e.g. cloves, pepper, or cumin
  • spill – cause or allow (liquid) to flow over the edge of its container, especially unintentionally
  • spoon – an implement consisting of a small, shallow oval or round bowl on a long handle, used for eating, stirring, and serving food
  • sugar – a sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants, especially sugar cane and sugar beet, consisting essentially of sucrose, and used as a sweetener in food and drink
  • table – a piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface for eating, writing, or working at
  • tea pot – is a container with a lid, a handle, and a spout, used for making and serving tea
  • toast – sliced bread browned on both sides by exposure to radiant heat, such as a grill or fire
  • tomato – a glossy red, or occasionally yellow, pulpy edible fruit which is eaten as a vegetable or in salad
  • unsmoked bacon – side bacon, or streaky bacon, comes from the pork belly. It has long alternating layers of fat and muscle running parallel to the rind. … Pancetta is an Italian form of side bacon, sold smoked or unsmoked (aqua). It is generally rolled up into cylinders after curing, and is known for having a strong flavour
  • water – a colourless, transparent, odourless, liquid which forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organisms

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