Food and drinks vocabulary PDF 🍲

🍹 Food and drinks vocabulary PDF 🍲


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breakfast
a recipe
appetizing
dinner
edible
lunch
main course
menu
raw
starter, appetizer, first course
supper
the dish of the day, today’s special
unedible

tastes

bitter
hot
peppery
pungent
salty
sour
spicy
strong
sweet
tasteless / bland

ingredients

a biscuit/cookie (US)
a cake
a loaf of bread
a pancake
a sandwich
a slice of bread
boiled egg
box of chocolates
bread
brown/white bread (GB), wheat/white bread (US)
bun, roll
butter
cereal
cheese
chewing gum, gum
chocolate
chocolate bar
cottage cheese
crisps (GB), potato chips (US)
dairy product
diet, light
egg
fat
flour
french fries
fried egg
honey
jam
low-fat
margarine
omelette
orange marmalade
packet of biscuits (GB), a bag of cookies (US)
packet of crisps (GB), a bag of chips (US)
pasta
pastry
pie
poached egg
porridge (GB), oatmeal (US)
pot of jam (GB), a jar of jam (US)
rice
scone
scrambled eggs
skimmed milk, low-fat/skim milk
sliced bread
soup
sugar
sweet (GB), candy (US)
tart
tin of soup/sardines (GB), a can of soup/sardines (US)
toast
whole food
wholemeal/wholegrain/wholewheat bread (US)
yoghurt/yogurt

meat

bacon
bacon and eggs
beef
boiled ham
chicken
chicken breast
chop,cutlet
cold / cooked meat
duck
goose
gravy
ham
kidneys
knuckle of ham
lamb
liver
meat
medium
minced meat, ground meat
mutton
pork
rabbit
rare
red meat
sausage
smoked ham
steak
stew
turkey
veal
venison
well-done
white meat

Fish & seafood 

cod
crab
fish
fish and chips
fish fingers (GB), fish sticks (US)
haddock
herring
kipper, pickled herring
lobster
mackerel
mussels
octopus
oysters
prawn, shrimp (US)
salmon
sardine
scampi, shrimp, crawfish (US)
shellfish
smoked fish
smoked salmon
sole
squid
trout
tuna
whiting

Dairy products

butter
cheese
cream
milk
yogurt

Drinks 

alcohol
a can of Coke
a pint of beer
alcoholic
apple juice
bar
beer
black/white coffee
bottle
brandy
champagne
cider
cocktail
coffee
Coke
drink
dry sec ; brut
fizzy, carbonated
fruit juice
gin
glass
grape juice
ground/instant coffee
herb tea
hot chocolate
ice cube
juice
lemonade
liqueur
milk
mineral water, plain water
non-alcoholic
orange juice
orange squash, orangeade
port
red/rosé/white wine
refreshments
rum
sherry
soft drink
sparkling water
sparkling wine
spirit
sweet
table wine
tea (with milk/lemon)
tonic water
tray
vodka
whisky, whiskey
wine bar

Dessert 

apple pie
cheesecake
cookie
cream
custard
donut
fresh cream
ice cream
jelly (GB), jello (US)
pie, tart
pudding
sweet (GB), dessert (US)
tart
whipped cream

Seasonings and Ingredients

(cooking) oil
(tomato) ketchup/catsup
basil
cinnamon
cloves
curry
garlic
herbs
mayonnaise
mint
mustard
nutmeg
olive oil
parsley
pepper
pickled onions
rosemary
salad dressing
salt
sauce
seasoning
spices
sunflower oil
vinegar

Useful verbs

to have breakfast / lunch / dinner / supper
to add
to be hungry
to be thirsty
to dine in
to drink
to fill
to flavour (with)
to fry
to get drunk
to order
to pour
to season (with)
to spread
to sprinkle
to take out
to taste

 

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