Category: イギリスの素敵なもの

Stuffing

Another important part of the Christmas dinner is stuffing. According to its name, stuffing traditionally goes inside a chicken or turkey before roasting, but nowadays many people cook it separately. It is nice cooked on its own as it becomes

Gravy

Gravy is a sauce poured hot over almost any meal, especially on ‘meat and two veg’ and roast dinners. It is the standard British accompaniment to dinner. As Christmas is coming soon, a LOT of gravy is being sold in

Brown Sauce

The very simply named Brown Sauce is a kind of spicy ketchup, which is used on the same foods as tomato ketchup. It is commonly popular with men, and so it is nicknamed “daddy’s sauce” or “daddies sauce”:

Brown Sauce

The very simply named Brown Sauce is a kind of spicy ketchup, which is used on the same foods as tomato ketchup. It is commonly popular with men, and so it is nicknamed “daddy’s sauce” or “daddies sauce”:

Scones and Cream

Scones with cream and jam – a tourist favourite in Britain. Some people pronounce ‘scone’ to sound like ‘gone’, and some people pronounce it to sound like ‘phone’ – you can choose! スコーンとクリーム。イギリス旅行をする方は、ぜひ一度は食べてみてくださいね。 スコーンのo の発音は gone のように言う人と、phone のように言う人がいます。 あなたはどちらで注文なさいますか。  

Marmite

Marmite is a yeast spread, popular on toast or in sandwiches. There is a very strong, distinctive taste which many people love but also many people hate – I love it! It used to contain beef stock, but now it

Pickle

British pickle (singular, not plural ‘pickles’) is popular in cheese sandwiches, on the side of salads and in “Ploughman’s Lunch”, which is a salad with cheese, bread, ham and beer. This pickle contains pickled vegetables: onion, carrot, cauliflower, gherkin, marrow;

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