COOKING
KITCHEN DISHES
EATING OUT
MEALS
TAPES OF FOOD
100

to prepare food with heat

to cook

100

an object consisting of a round, hollow part and a handle, used for mixing, serving, and eating food

spoon

100

a place where meals are prepared and served to customers

restaurant

100

a meal eaten in the morning as the first meal of the day

breakfast

100

a plant, root, seed, or pod that is used as food, especially in dishes that are not sweet

vegetables

200

to reach the temperature at which a liquid starts to turn into a gas

to boil

200

a tool, usually with a metal blade and a handle, used for cutting and spreading food

knife

200

a place where drinks are sold and drunk

bar

200

a meal that is eaten in the middle of the day

lunch

200

sweet food, such as candy or cake

sweets

300

to make liquid flow from a container

to pour

300

a metal container that is round and often has a long handle and a lid, used for cooking things on top of a cooker

pan

300

hot food that is quick to cook or is already cooked and is therefore served very quickly in a restaurant

fast food

300

sweet food eaten at the end of a meal

dessert

300

an edible and usually sweet product of a plant or tree that contains seeds

fruit

400

to cook food in hot oil or fat

to fry

400

a container for boiling water, that has a lid, handle, and spout and is made from plastic or metal

kettle

400

a bar, especially in Britain and Ireland

pub

400

the largest or most important part of a meal in which there are different parts served separately

main course

400

foods that are made from milk, such as cream, butter, and cheese

dairy

500

to mix a liquid or other substance by moving an object such as a spoon in a circular pattern

to stir

500

two small sticks of wood, ivory etc used by the Chinese etc to eat with

chopsticks

500

a small restaurant selling light meals and drinks (mostly coffee)

cafe

500

a small amount of food that is eaten between meals, or a very small meal

snack

500

animals from the sea that can be eaten, especially fish or sea creatures with shells

seafood

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