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La gastronomie anglaise

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Message de narimene54 posté le 02-05-2010 à 20:39:24 (S | E | F)

Bonjour à tous ,
ceci est mon exposé que j'ai préparé pour mon oral en anglais. Mais avant de le présenter je souhaiterais que l'on m'aide à le corriger que l'on me dise ce qui ne va pas et les changements que je dois effectuer.
Mon exposé traite de la gastronnomie anglaise.
Merci d'avance pour ceux qui m'aideront.

introduction :
Today we’re going to speak to you about english cuisine.
English cuisine is shaped by the country's temperate climate, its geography, and its history. The latter includes interactions with other European countries, and the importing of ingredients and ideas from places such as North America, China, and India during the time of the British Empire and as a result of post-war immigration.
In 2005, the famous American Culinary magazine "Gourmet" has awarded the prize of the best food in the city of.... London ! Understand by this that there is among the world's best restaurants! You will be surprised to learn that English food can be excellent.

(dans mon exposé je dis "we" car il se peut que je le presente avec une camarde de classe mais il s'agit là que d'un simple détail )

première partie:
The first aspect we will consider is the traditional cuisine.
The real English cuisine is more traditional family and you do not find often in restaurants, but in pubs that still serve this cuisine in a friendly and relaxed.

The two most legendary meals are breakfast and high tea. Breakfast often consists of a cup of tea, cereal and toast served with marmalade. The full English breakfast "(eggs fried or scrambled, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomatoes, sometimes with baked beans (white beans cooked in tomato sauce) or blood sausage (black pudding) is instead used the weekend. The "high tea" served in the tea rooms of leading hotels in the tea-shops or at home consists of tea, cream tea (buttered scones, strawberry jam and "clotted cream), fruit cakes candied cucumber sandwiches and other delicacies.

deuxième partie:
The next point we want to make is the reputation abroad of the english cuisine.

English cuisine may suffer from a relatively poor international reputation when compared to that of French cuisine and Italian cuisine. However, at least for the English, this perception of English food may seem outdated: the poor reputation of industrially produced urban food in the twentieth century did not ever really represent the quality or taste of food cooked in the home.

During the middle Ages, English cuisine enjoyed an excellent reputation; its decline can be traced back to the move away from the land and increasing urbanisation of the populace during the Industrial Revolution. During this process Britain became a net importer of food.

British cuisine has a bad image in France, people think it is not as refined as theirs. And they don’t make the effort to taste it. English food is so much prejudice that no one will hesitate to denounce them, even the former president of France, jack chiraque said that British cuisine was the worst "after that of Finland.

Yet British cuisine has changed it is more modern than before. Modern British (or New British) cuisine is a style of British cooking which fully emerged in the late 1970s, and has become increasingly popular. It uses high-quality local ingredients, preparing them in ways which combine traditional British recipes with modern innovations, and has an affinity with the Slow Food movement.

conclusion:
the food is of good quality even if the reputation of British cooking still unsatisfactory: During the past ten years the British have made considerable efforts to make peace with food, new popular leader like Jamie Oliver have created great events around the British cuisine.
If the English cuisine has long been a bad reputation from his French hosts, the reality is quite different now. Even more, it has almost exceeded the culinary metropolitan well before our British friends did not seem much interested in these "trifles"!



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Modifié par lucile83 le 02-05-2010 20:51


Réponse: La gastronomie anglaise de lucile83, postée le 03-05-2010 à 14:12:42 (S | E)
Hello,

introduction :
Today we’re going to speak to you about English cuisine.
English cuisine is shaped by the country's temperate climate, its geography, and its history. The latter includes interactions with other European countries, and the importing of ingredients and ideas from places such as North America, China, and India during the time of the British Empire and as a result of post-war immigration.
In 2005, the famous American Culinary magazine "Gourmet" has awarded the prize of the best food in the city of.... London ! Understand by this that there is among the world's best restaurants there are some of the world's best restaurants in that city, London.! You will be surprised to learn that English food can be excellent.

Can anyone else go on ?


Réponse: La gastronomie anglaise de narimene54, postée le 03-05-2010 à 19:13:20 (S | E)
thank you for your help it is very nice.
Si quelqu'un d'autre peut m'aider s'il vous plait .... je sais que mon exposé est long à corriger mais si chacun me corrige une partie j'avancerai plus vite (je ne veux pas que vous pensiez que je veux que vous fassiez le travail à ma place... ce n'est pas le cas du tout... je veux juste un coup de main pour m'améliorier)
merci encore et merci à ceux qui m'aideront .

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Modifié par narimene54 le 03-05-2010 19:14

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Modifié par narimene54 le 04-05-2010 14:55


Réponse: La gastronomie anglaise de lucile83, postée le 03-05-2010 à 21:13:36 (S | E)
Hello,
...going on with the correction...

The first aspect we will consider is the traditional cuisine.
The real English cuisine is a more traditionally family one and you do not often find it in restaurants, but in pubs that still serve this cuisine in a friendly and relaxed way.

The two most legendary meals are breakfast and high tea. Breakfast often consists of a cup of tea, cereals and toast served with marmalade. The full English breakfast ( fried or scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, mushrooms, tomatoes, sometimes with baked beans (white beans cooked in tomato sauce) or blood sausage (black pudding) is instead used served at the weekends. The "high tea" served in the tea rooms of leading hotels, in the tea-shops or at home consists of tea, cream tea (buttered scones, strawberry jam and "clotted cream), fruit cakes, candied cucumber sandwiches and other delicacies.


Réponse: La gastronomie anglaise de narimene54, postée le 04-05-2010 à 14:54:25 (S | E)
Now I see my mistakes ... ah thank you again !

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Modifié par narimene54 le 04-05-2010 15:00



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