Junk Food and Fast Food
Others/Alternatives
Fruits, Vegetables, and Meat
Grains and Dairy
Cooking Verbs
100
dough that is fried, has a hole in it, and is very sweet
What are donuts/doughnuts?
100
squirrels eat this some examples of this are peanut, walnut, and almonds
What are nuts?
100
orange coloured and round
What are oranges?
100
mozzarella and cheddar are examples of this it is made from milk
What is cheese?
100
to heat in oil
What is fry or deep fry?
200
ground beef grilled and put between two buns; often served with tomatoes and lettuce
What is hamburger?
200
a type of condiment made from tomatoes and usually used on hotdogs and hamburgers
What is ketchup?
200
salmon, halibut, and tuna are examples of this
What is fish?
200
grain product eaten during breakfast, usually with milk
What is cereal?
200
to use the hot air from boiling water to cook
What is steam?
300
a Mexican dish where tortilla chips are served with tomatoes, cheese, ground beef, and other vegetables
What are nachos?
300
flat round food items that have lots of protein when they are dried
What are lentils?
300
clams, lobsters, crabs, and shrimp are examples of this
What are shellfish?
300
special bread used for hotdogs and hamburgers
What are buns?
300
to cut into small cubes
What is dice?
400
Mexican food that has tomato sauce, kidney beans, cheese, and ground beef
What are chili?
400
cinnamon, pepper, and cloves are examples of this
What are spices?
400
a small red fruit that has small seeds
What are raspberries/strawberries?
400
sour or tarty liquid made from milk
What is yogurt?
400
to cut into very thin pieces
What is slice?
500
British food that is wrapped in newspaper when served
What are fish and chips?
500
fresh or dried leaves that are used to flavour food
What are herbs?
500
This vegetable is green and comes in pods. Sometimes you eat it whole and sometimes, you take it out of the pods.
What are peas?
500
this comes in many shapes and sizes and is often made from wheat (flour)
What is pasta?
500
to add flavour by using herbs or spices
What is flavour or season?
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