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English Food Vocabulary You Don’t Know

Lindsay: This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 51: Teaching Tuesday, “English Food Vocabulary that You Don’t Know.” [Instrumental]

Gabby: Welcome to the All Ears English Podcast, where you’ll finally get real, native English conversation. Now here are your hosts, Lindsay McMahon, the ‘English Adventurer’ and Gabby Wallace, the ‘Language Angel,’ coming to you from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Lindsay: In this episode, you’ll learn about four food terms that we use a lot in American English conversation, but you won’t learn these terms in a classroom, so listen up.

[Instrumental]

Gabby: Hey Lindsay. What’s up?

Lindsay: Hey Gabby.

Gabby: So in today’s episode, we’re going to talk about a few, actually four (um) food vocabulary terms that came up in our ‘Meeting Monday’ episode. So do you wanna (want to) start off? Tell us the first one that we should explain.

Lindsay:

Yeah, so the first term is ‘heavy food.’ So ‘heavy’ means it has a lot of weight to it right?

Gabby:

Yeah. And it probably really does, but it’s also (like) the calories that it has in it… Lindsay:

Yeah.

Gabby:

…so what’s an example of a heavy food?

Lindsay:

Well, I think pancakes are really heavy… Gabby:

Yeah.

Lindsay:

…(you know), (like), ‘cause (because) normally when you have pancakes in the US, they serve you (like) a three or four-stack of pancakes.

Gabby:

With butter and maple syrup.

Lindsay:

It’s (I mean) it tastes good, but it’s heavy (like) you’re gonna (going to) leave feeling like you have a brick in your stomach.

Gabby:

Yes and you will be full.

Lindsay:

Yes.

Gabby:

You can’t eat a lot of pancakes. And, (you know), contrast that with light food like salad or a piece of fruit.

Lindsay:

Yeah, yogurt maybe could be sort of light-ish.

Gabby:

Yeah.

Lindsay:

Yeah.

Gabby:

Very cool. (Um) what’s another food term that we used?

Lindsay:

So we used the term ‘staple.’ Gabby:

Mm-hm.

Lindsay:

And I said that oatmeal is a staple. I’m not sure if oatmeal is really a staple.

Gabby:

No, I think it is. A staple is something that’s traditional. Typical. I think traditionally, yeah, oatmeal is a staple breakfast food, maybe not so much anymore, but, (I mean), I think, (yeah), traditionally it is a staple. So I’d say yeah, sure.

Lindsay:

Yeah, so a ‘staple’ is something that’s really fundamental to a meal. Right.

Gabby:

Yeah.

Lindsay:

So in certain parts of Asia, the staple would be rice. Right. Or beans.

Gabby:

Corn.

Lindsay:

Right. Yeah. (Mm-hm).

Gabby:

Cool. (Um) another term we used is ‘black coffee.’ So I like my coffee black. That means that it has nothing added to it, no sugar, no cream. So black is the color of the coffee when it’s not (um) – it doesn’t have anything in it, so… Lindsay:

Yeah, so we might ask someone how, for example, Gabby, ”how do you take your coffee?” Gabby:

(Mm) I take it black.

Lindsay:

Or how do you like your coffee?

Gabby:

Yeah. Just black please.

Lindsay:

(Mm-hm). Good.

Gabby:

Great. And our last term is ‘carbs’ which is short for carbohydrates. What’s an example of a ‘carb’?

Lindsay:

Yeah, so bread…

Gabby:

(Mm-hm). Flour.

Lindsay:

Flour.

Gabby:

Even (like) potatoes…

Lindsay:

Yeah.

Gabby:

…are carbs.

Lindsay:

(Mm-hm).

Gabby:

Yeah. Actually a lot of, (I mean), even (like) fruit has carbs… Lindsay:

Definitely.

Gabby:

…but (it) has less (fewer) carbs than bread or potatoes.

Lindsay:

Yeah. Yeah. And you have all of the diets that try to cut out carbs.

Gabby:

Right, right.

Lindsay:

All sorts of controversy.

Gabby:

Right, right, right. Some diets saying carbs are evil. Well… Lindsay:

Who knows?

Gabby:

…we all need carbs, but…

Lindsay:

Absolutely.

Gabby:

…we all have different opinions about diets. So cool. So we have four foodrelated vocabulary here. And (uh) vocabulary words, and we want to have you have a chance to repeat them after us. So I’ll say the first two, and then Lindsay will say the last two. (Uh) the first one, ‘heavy food.’ A ‘staple.’ Lindsay:

‘Black coffee.’ ‘Carbs.’

Gabby:

All right. Very cool.

[Instrumental]

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Gabby: [Gasps] I just got an email from All Ears English!

Lindsay: Really. Oh, that sounds awesome.

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Lindsay:

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Gabby:

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Oh, that sounds so cool.

Gabby:

…and they have a question for me too. They wanna (want to) know what I think.

Lindsay:

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Gabby:

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Lindsay:

Yeah. So guys we’re joking around here, but (uh) we just wanna (want to) let you know… Gabby:

I wasn’t joking.

Lindsay:

Oh, you weren’t joking. I was joking. So we just want to let you know that you should go ahead and get on our email list because we’re gonna (going to) be having some great conversations with (um) people on the list over the next few weeks. We’ve got something exciting coming out.

Gabby:

Yeah and we’ve already been having great conversations. I wanna thank you guys if you already are on the email list and thank you especially if you’ve been responding to our questions ‘cause (because) we love having that conversation with you. So if you’re not in the conversation, you can still join it. Come over to allearsenglish.com and join our email list.

Lindsay:

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[Instrumental]

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See you next time.

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