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  1. CUISINE English cuisine is not as popular around the world as the French or Italian one. British people like to eat dishes from different places all over the world. The most popular dishes nowadays are pizza and curry. British people still remember and eat traditional dishes. They can be found in pubs and restaurants. The main British meals are:  • Breakfast – eaten in the mornings • - Lunch – eaten from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. • - Dinner – eaten from 7 to 11 p.m.

  2. Breakfast A continental breakfast consists of: croissants, roll buns, sweet breads, butter, jam, coffee, tea or fresh friut juice, milk, cornflakes, yogurt and fresh fruit. A traditional breakfast includes: eggs, sausages, bacon, tomatoes, beans, mushrooms, toast, butter, coffee/tea, milk, jam and honey.

  3. Lunch Traditional dishes: Steak and KidneyPie Pieces of beef or pig kidneys braised in a thick sauce served with a baked crispy pie. Ploughman's Lunch Fresh bread, cheese and sweet pickles.

  4. Shepherd'sPie Stewed minced beef with vegetables covered with a topping made of mashed potatoes. Roast Beef Yorkshire Pudding Spicy pie baked in an oven, horseradish gravy and baked potatoes all as an addition to roast beef.

  5. Dinner British people eat dinner between 7 and 11 p.m. A classic dinner set is fish and chips. For dessert they serve chocolate pie or apple pie.

  6. English Pies Chocolate Pie Apple Pie

  7. British chefs • NigellaLawson • Gordon Ramsay • Jamie Oliver

  8. Folk Music England • Forms: • ballads • carols • children’s songs • erotic folk songs • hornpipes • jigs • morris dance • protest songs • sea shanties • war songs • work songs

  9. Folk Music: Scotland • Musical Instruments: • accordions • bagpipes • violins • guitars • harps • flageolets • Typical music forms are not rigid.

  10. Folk Music: Wales • „The land of song” • Musical Instruments: • harps • Welsh bagpipes • pibgorns • crwths (stringed instruments) • Forms of Music: • complex carols • love songs • ballads • pennillions

  11. Electronic Music: • The most popular music: • drum’n’bass • UK Garage • dubstep • jungle • trip hop • grime

  12. Pop Music • In general pop is all music widely known to the people, the term has many meanings, but in the most common sense it stands for every type of entertaining music, regardless of its' qualities.

  13. Rock • Genre of popular music taking it's origins from rock and roll, r'n'b and blues. The term 'rock' is actually a short form of 'rock and roll', but it also standsfor a separate genre of music. All rock styles are basedon the sounds of guitars and drums. British bands took the biggest part in rock music in the 60s', although their influence on international music is visible even today.

  14. The Beatles

  15. Adele

  16. Queen

  17. Eric Clapton

  18. Sting

  19. Pink Floyd

  20. Other artists • James Blunt • Florence & theMachine • Iron Maiden • Muse • Rod Stewart • Robbie Williams • AmyWinehouse • One Direction • Wham! • Led Zeppelin • The Rolling Stones • Black Sabbath • Coldplay • Elton John • Sex Pistols

  21. Created and performed by: • Michał Pruchniewski (as a waiter and a pop musician) • Bartosz Ninkiewicz (as a chef and a rockman) • Gustaw Domurat (as a Scottish folk musician) • Aleksander Kobyliński (as an electronic musician and a waiter) • Alicja Bielejec (translation) • Karolina Witek-Lipka (translation) • Grzegorz Berkowski (translation) • Rafał Szklarski (translation) Sources: www.kuchnia-ang.w.interia.pl/ www.wikipedia.org www.encyklopedia.interia.pl/