how to talk about food di Jacopo Caserio - Coggle Diagram
how to talk about food
di Jacopo Caserio
where are we going for dinner?
slap up dinner: is an expensive formal meal. example: mom, can we go to a french restaurant where we can eat a slap-up dinner? yes John.
fusion restaurant: is a fusion of food from differents cultures and countries. example: if we want we can go to a Japanese-Chinese-Vietnamese restaurant is a fusion restaurant!
buffet: is a good choise we you are with friends, you serve own food and choose what dish you want, most buffets are all-you-can-eat, which is cheap. example: if we are reserching a cheap restaurant we can go to a buffet.
veggie: is a tipe of restaurant which is ok for vegetarians. example: if Josh is vegetarian we can go to a a veggie restaurant, is perfect for him.
street food and fast food: the first you can buy it form a kiosk or a stall and usally is cooked in front of you. fast food is a tipe of food which is fried and fatty: for example a hamburger or fries potatoes.
describing tastes( in green) and textures (in blu)
spicy/hot: describes food with a lot of chili which makes your mouth burn. example: i don't like mexican food it is too spicy
sour: is like the taste of lemon, his taste is strong and acidic. also other fruit and food has got a sour taste. example: i don't like lemonade it is too sour
bitter: is the taste of black coffee or black chocolate bitter is often unpleasant. example i don't like black chocolate it is too bitter
sweet/salty: can be used to describe food which contains sugar or salt respectivly.
sweet: is usally used if your food countais sugar like ice cream, cake and others. example: i like very much sweet food
salty: is usally used if your food countais a lot of salt. this chicken wing it is too slaty
texture is like how your foods means inside your mouth
crouncy/crispy: seems like in your mouth the texture is hard, usally eating crispy food, like chips is very noisy. example: can you don't eat crisp when you eat you make a lot of noise
chewy: you can use this adjective when the food is uncooked. Tought: is like chewy but you must use it with meat for example: this chicken wing was left on the barbecue for too long and now is tought.
melts: you can melts when a food like ice cream is so easy to eat. and it is a positivly expression to describe food. you can use it for all food for example: these chocolate truffles just melt in my mouth.
positive vocabulary and expression
adjectives for: desserts meat and food
all of these adjectives are used for describe a food that taste very good but attention yummy can be so childish.
if you order something very luxurius and made very well you can use these two adjectives
rich: this cake is very rich
decadent: this chocolate cake is decadent
these two adjectives are usally used with the desserts and if the dessert is make with heavy ingredients like butter or cream.
if a burger for example is cooked very well you can use these two adjectives
this adjective can also used for describe a meat that is cooked very well. example: this chicken wing is very juicy
this adjective is used if the meat is soft and easy to chew example: this hamburger is tender
adjectives for vegetables:
you can use these two adjectives if the vegetables have a fantastic texture and they're not sitting for a long time
crisp: this lettuce is crisp.
fresh example: this salad is fresh i like it!
negative words and expressions
you use these adjectives when the food is so bad that you can't put it near your mouth
turns your stomach
adjectives for desserts
look digusting. example: this salad look disgusting
revolting. example: this soup looks revolting
turns your stomach. example: this Carbonara turns my stomach
but attention these adjectives can be so offensive specially when you are near who is cooking.
for other food
bland/tasteless: you use these adjectives if the food doesn't have any flavour. example: this burrito is tasteless
if the food is cooked badly you can use the adjectives
burnt/overdone: when your food is too cooked or it's cooked for too long. example: this fish sticks are burnt
undercookend: when your food is not cooked enough. example: this pasta is undercooked
if your food is cooked with too oil you can use
example: this hot dog i very greasy
example: this chicken wing is very fatty
example: this haburger is oil