|Intermediate||dinner recipes||man – girl||01:26|
What are typical foods you eat in your country for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Is there another small meal or snack between the main mealtimes? Who usually prepares the food in your home?
“dig in” = let’s eat
“Okay, the food is ready. Dig in!“
“eat like a horse” = eat a lot
“You’d better cook a lot tonight. My brother eats like a horse.”
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
What is a typical meal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in your country? What are the ingredients for the dish, and how is it prepared? Are any unique utensils or tools used to cook these foods? Who usually cooks in your family? Explain how to prepare the dish using transition words of time including first, second, then, next, and finally.
Although including chicken in different food dishes isn’t uncommon around the world, how the food is prepared and what additional ingredients are included in the meal can vary widely. Use the Internet to look for two different meals that include chicken cooked in different ways. What are the ingredients for each, including any item that is unique to a particular region of the world? Is there any historical or religious significance to the meal?