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Rice is low-fat and high in energy, and you can mix it with just about anything to make a wide variety of tasty nutritious dishes, ranging from sushi in Japan to risottos in northern Italy.
When I was at school, our teacher told the class 'You are what you eat.' My friends and I would laugh and call each other ‘hamburger’ and ‘biscuits’. But our teacher was talking about healthy eating…
Carolina and Jamie disagree about telling Emily about Cameron as they get ready to eat dinner, while Adam and Jo consider potatoes and the past continuous.
Ice cream is everyone's favourite… Or almost everyone's, anyway! Join Joe down on Solley's Farm in Kent as he finds out how the icy treat is made.
It's Christmas morning! Ashlie's got a lot to do to cook dinner for the family, but can she get Stephen to help?
Rob and Ashlie talk about Christmas food, then look at the difference between verbs we use in the present continuous and verbs we usually use in the present simple.
First, Rob talks about ordering instructions in English, and then he talks about keen on.
Tess and Ravi discuss something British that people think isn't much good. Adam and Rob read your comments about your jobs.
Stephen and Ashlie visit Chinatown looking for some cooking tips.
Carmen looks at the different food that people in Britain enjoy eating and talks about how food in Britain comes from all over the world.
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