Category: イギリスの素敵なもの

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 …

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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 …

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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”:

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 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 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 …

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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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