Eating Out

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Eating out

Food, glorious food!!

Think of (3 examples)food for a picnichealthy foodjunk foodfood thats naughty (= unhealthy) but nice food for the rich and famousfood for romancefood that reminds you of your childhoodfood for a weddinga dish for a first datefood for a business meetingfood that reminds you of a tripfood for the elderlyfood from a hot countryfood for Christmasa drink for celebrating

TYPES OF FOOD

WAYS OF COOKING

WAYS OF COOKING

TASTES

TYPES OF DIET

Whats your favourite?

Vocabulary: food / dish / mealFood (n. uncount): something that people and animals eat, or plants absorb, to keep them alive. Ex. baby food/pet food/ There was lots of food at the party.

Dish (n. count): 1) a plate 2) food prepared in a particular way as part of meal. Ex. A chicken/vegetarian dish

Meal (n. count): an occasion when food is eaten, or the food which is eaten on such an occasion. Ex. breakfast/lunch/dinner /Christmas meal/You must come round for a meal sometime.

food / dish / mealThe typical ____________ in Spain are Paella, Tortilla and Cocido.

Doctors recommend at least 5 __________ a day.

____________ is necessary for every living thing.

Practice: p. 44Resources http://www.eltbase.com/vtr_display_b.php?type=print&lpoint%5B%5D=353http://www.blairenglish.com/exercises/social/exercises/food_taste_texture/food_taste_texture.html