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…
Do you live to eat or eat to live? Do you have a complicated relationship with food? Read this article to find out more about food.
This famous poem by the great Scottish poet Robert Burns is regularly recited during celebrations throughout the world, whenever Haggis makes an appearance on the menu.
Beans, beans good for your heart. People in the UK eat over 90% of the world's tinned baked beans. Watch this video about baked beans and try the exercises.
A trifle is a dessert dish made from thick (or often solidified) custard, fruit, sponge cake, fruit juice or, more recently, jelly (gelatin), and whipped cream.
In the 60s, 70s and 80s it was common for sweets to be sold individually in shops, each sweet costing a penny or two, hence the name penny sweets.
Lasagna (plural lasagne) is a dish made with alternate layers of pasta, cheese, and often ragù (a meat sauce) or tomato sauce.
Rob talks about how people behave in a pub and the expressions we use when we want to make offers and requests.
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