Результаты исследование Meals
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Участники группы: Англичане
Тема исследования группы
What is food in England?
Какая еда в Англии?
Проблемный вопрос (вопрос для исследования)
What do you think food in England is different from food in Russia?
Как ты думаешь, чем еда в Англии отличается от еды в России?
We believe that we need to know everything about food.
- Выяснить, какая еда полезная, а какая нет.
- Построить ментальную карту по результатам исследования.
Результаты проведённого исследования
English food has a bit of a reputation. But since the horrors of the post-war era we have gone a long way to resurrect old, traditional recipes like filling soups, splendid roasts and luscious puddings. And now English cooks and restaurants rank amongst the best in the world! Heston Blumenthal's restaurant "The Fat Duck", in the sleepy Berkshire village of Bray, was voted the world's best in 2005! (He was runner-up in 2006 and 2007).
Between breakfast and supper, English food can be by turns delicate and hearty, but in no way boring. And then, of course, there are the many regional specialities that have become classics all over England and beyond: Devonshire cream tea, Lancashire Hotpot, Yorkshire Pudding, Cornish Pasty, Cumberland Sauce, Sussex Pond Pudding or Lincolnshire Plum Bread.
So check out our English food pages, eat your way around England and have fun doing so! And to make it even easier for you to discover English food, Essentially England now offers a selection of the best English food and cookery books along with reviews of the best in English cookery writing in its English Food bookshop!
Specialty of Russian cuisine, which foreigners are often baffled with, is abundance of soups. It seems fair to say that a soup is pretty much everyday food for Russians all the year round. The Russians believe that soups are even more healthy for children. According to Tim Kerby, who has been living in Russia for several years, soup is a quite normal dish for foreigners, but they eat it in other countries much less often. Foreigners’ reaction to borsch is quite ambiguous - some call it a disgusting hot and watery beetroot salad and some like it.
Our team can easily tell you about food in Russia and in England