International Dinner

International Dinner

British Nigth!

As you can image, my course is full of amazing people. The most wonderful about all of us is our different backgrounds and cultures. This is why, we can share, discuss, learn and understand other ways of think and live. So, taking account, all these positive things, we decided share the most delicious part of our cultures with the rest of our classmates, and we created ‘ The International Wednesday’.

My classmates and me are from different parts of the world, and some of them far from each other, so we find this activity as a big chance to learn and try different dishes. It is, also, a good way of interaction and know better each other.

Our first night was hosted by English people. What kind of food do you think our friends would cook for us? If you are thinking in Fish & Chips, I have to say, definitely NO!

When all of us arrived at the house of our host, we was fascinated. Everything was prepared to make us feel so in a British environment while we were eating. I am going to tell you what we ate:

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Pimm’s is a gin-based liquor made in England from dry gin, liqueur, fruit juices and spices. Mix Lemonade and Pimm’s, stir and add a slice of lemon and a few mint leaves.
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Delicious crackers with cream cheese and a slices of smoked scottish salmon.
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This is a traditional British recipe for a classic dish of minced beef with vegetables that’s placed in a dish, covered with gravy and topped with mashed potatoes before being baked.
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Strawberries with cream!! This is the sweetest and more delicate way to finish our British night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am so happy after that day. Now, I know more dishes and all are delicious!

But, don’t worry…wait for more…our next country is……..Vietnam!

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