Cooking Seasonal Food
1. ENGLISH LEARNER : STUDY THESE WORDS
- Author (n): a writer of a book, article, or play
- Seasonal (adj): happening during particular part of the year
- Nutritional (adj): contain nutrition
- Fillet Mignon (n): a very high priced beef tenderloin meal. Often known for it tenderness. (Watch the video and notice how they pronounce it)
- Leek (n): a long, white vegetable with green leaves on top that tastes and smells like onion
- Stir (v): mix in a circular motion
- Broth (n): a thin soup
- Flavourful (adj): full of flavour or delicious
- Absorb (v): to gradually take something in
- Vegan (n): a person who does not eat or use any animal products, such as meat, fish, eggs, cheese, or leather
2. WATCH THIS VIDEO AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION
- How many dishes do they cook in this video?
- What are the advantages of cooking with seasonal food?
- If you do not have leeks, what can you use?
- What is the season for the food they are cooking?
- What does she put in the soup at the end?
- How long do you cook the filet mignon?
3. DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH YOUR SPEAKING PARTNER
- What do you think of the food that they cook?
- Did you notice they way they say filet mignon?
- Is there any seasonal food in your country? When do you usually get this things?
- How often do you cook? What is your speciality?
- What is vegan? How is it different from vegetarian?