UK Food

The food in the UK is simply hearty and delicious. English food and cooking are rooted in history and heritage. “Fish and chips” and “roast beef and Yorkshire pudding” are popular dishes in the UK.

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UK Food

What degree Fahrenheit is 12 degrees celsius?

12 degrees celsius is the same as 53.6 Fahrenheit

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England
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UK Counties

Is there a place in England called Ringden?

There is such a place in the book The Sky is Falling by Kit Pearson, but, in reality there is not. There is though a farm in England called Ringden Farms but apart from that, not really.

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What is 37.7 degrees Celsius in Fahrenheit?

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37.7 C = 99.86 F

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History, Politics & Society
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What food did people eat during the Victorian era?

poor people: dried rice, water, bread

rich people:jam roly-poly, cakes, muffins, crayfish, lamb I know most of them were big fans of meat.Especially rare animals and they liked deserts that were designed to look beautiful (such as Jelly shaped as a Fish).

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What are famous cultural foods in Europe?

The most famous are probably the Italian and French cuisines.

Italian food has old roots and still today, it's probably one of the most widely spread food cultures around the world. German and Spanish food are also very popular. Greek food is unique and very famous as well.

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What is -9 degrees celsius in degrees Fahrenheit?

ºF = ºC x 9 : 5 + 32 = -9ºC x 9 : 5 + 32 = 15.8ºF

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What is England's main meal of the day?

Dinner in the evening.

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Math and Arithmetic
Temperature
UK Food

What is 100.7 degrees Fahrenheit in Celsius?

100.7 °F is equal to about 38.2 °C (38.17)

The conversion formula is Celsius temperature = 5/9 x (Fahrenheit temperature - 32)
100.7 *F is about equal to 38.2 *C. One usually rounds to the nearest tenth. [*F] = [*C] x 9/5 + 32 [*C] = ([*F] - 32) x 5/9 9/5 = 1.8 5/9 = 0.555...

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UK Food

What kind of foods do the British people eat?

British people eat some of the most diverse range of cuisines through the import of cusine via immigration from its former colnies and a Zeitgesit last ing from the early eighties that has widened the cuisine most Britons are lkely to eat as well as improving the standard of local dishes.

The most popular dis is said to be Chicken Tikka Massala - A British reinvention of an indian dish.

Traditonal English food inlcudes Roast Dinners ad Fish and Chips.

Pasta, Pizza, Indian and Chinese (cantonese) food is eaten as much as any other dishes and would not be considered foreigh anymore.

Traditional British cooking a few hundred years ago was widely admired, but it's rapid and increased industrialization meant less people were working on the land and the mass production of food led to a tendancy and acceptance of lower quality food. From its lowest point during the rationing of world war two the typical diet of British people consited meals typified by meat, vegetables and potatos with little use of hers and spices. On the postive side there were always well made examples of local regional cusines abd nationally the sweets, puddings and confections were always good. From the early eighties a Zeitgeist of a national obsession and celbrity chefs widen the cuisiens interantionally and improved local dishes. While is is still possible to get bad food in the UK it is now unnecessary.

Breakfast:

British people will eat either a cereal breakest as is comon place in moany countrys now and/or items such as toast and fruit conserves. If they are having a cookd breakfast this will be made of fried eggs, back bacon (far superior to the streaky and fatty belly bacon that seems to be the norm in the USA), link sausages served with beans/tomatoes and addtional extras such as mushrooms or black pudding - a blood sausage that is popluar in Scotland and the North of England.

Lunch:

With the exception of Sundays, the lunch of most Britons is lighter than the evening meal. Typically a salad or filled sandwiches, baguettes or bagels will be eaten with other items such as yoghurt, fruit and confections. Biscuits (cookies in USA) come in many varieties.

A traditional Sunday lunch will consist of roast meet (tradtionally Beef or Lamb) with Yorkshire pudding, gravy and vegetables.

Main/late meal: Supper/Dinner/Tea

There is no consensus on the name of the later meal. If a larger meal has already been eaten at lunch time a lighter evening meal may be called tea as it is also commoonly served with the drink tea. The meal may be called tea by many working class people even if a main meal is served. If the meal is larger it is common for it to be called Dinner and, less so, Supper - supper sometimes instead being defined as a light snack close to going to bed.

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Temperature
UK Food

What is 36.8 degrees Celsius in Fahrenheit?

Exactly 36.8°C is equal to 98.24 °F

Start by taking the number in Celsius and multiply it by 9. Then divide that number by 5, and then add 32. This is how you convert Celsius to Fahrenheit or use the equation

F = (9/5)C + 32

F = 66.2 + 32 = 98.2

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Cooking Measurements
UK Food

What sizes do measuring spoons come in?

Standard sizes in a set of measuring spoons in the U.S. is 1/4 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, 1 teaspoon, and 1 tablespoon.

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What are the names of all the different courses served at a formal meal?

Breakfast · Brunch · Lunch · Tea ·Dinner · SupperComponents & coursesAmuse-bouche · Appetizer · Cheese · Dessert · Drink · Entrée · Entremet · Fruit · Main course · Nuts · Salad · Side dish

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Beauty
Statistics
UK Food

What is the average daily food consumption in kilograms?

UK daily average food consumption 2010 was 1.27kg per person. America will be more.

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UK Food

Does Costco UK stock Bovril?

Depends on store location and time of year (most will usually stock it around Christmas).

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Cooking Techniques
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Meat

How do you cook English roasts?

SUBMITTED BY: Shadows "A pot roast that can't be beat! A blend of flavors you never would expect. This has become a favorite of my historical interpreter friends. Wine can be substituted for water in the roasting pan if you like."

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/English-Roast-Beef/Detail.aspx You can roast them in a conventional oven; or in a crock pot, or in a roaster-broiler,

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Sausage

How many carbohydrates in a cumberland sausage?

1 Cumberland sausage contains 7g of carbs.

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UK Food

When did tomatoes become popular with the aristocracy in England?

NOTHING!!!LOL

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UK Food

When will the new Hell's kitchen start in the UK?

5/22/13

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What are traditional foods in England for Christmas?

Dinner or lunch: Steak and Kidney pie, pork pie, Cornish pasty, Roast beef, Yorkshire pudding

Afternoon Tea : Devon scones, Chelsea Buns,

Read more: What_is_england's_traditional_foods_and_what_is_the_history_of_these_foods

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Salary and Pay Rates
Michigan
UK Food

How much money does a chef earn per hour in Michigan?

Most Chef's are not "Hourly" employee's, therefore an hourly rate does not apply. The general salary range can be from $35, 000 to $100,000 annually, depending on certification, etc. The hours involved per week can also vary from a normal 40 hours to 60 plus hours weekly, which will also impact "how much per hour" they make.

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UK Food

What is Staffordshire Lobby?

Staffordshire Lobby is a traditional dish from North Staffordshire. It was originally eaten by Potters who were poor and didn't always have enough money for fresh ingredients. Lobby has no official recipe because it is known as an all in one recipe where the ingredients were simply 'lobbed' into a pot. The traditional lobby contained leftover meat, bones, diced onion and other vegetables.

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England
UK Food

What are the main foods eaten in England?

Depends where in England your talking about. But people from England are alot like us except the accent trust me I have a friend that used to live in England and he moved here in the US when he was 7.

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Chips

What do the British call chips?

Crisps.

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Alcoholic Beverages
Drinks and Beverages
UK Food

What is the most popular drink in Britain?

Tea is the most popular drink in Britain.

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Keri Hilson

What is favorite food of Londoners?

Answer

Fish & Chips!!!

or pie and mash and liquer

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