At Lunch

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Lunch is a light meal typically eaten at midday. The origin of the word lunch relates to a small snack originally eaten at any time of the day or night. During the 20th century the meaning gradually narrowed to a small or mid-sized meal eaten at midday. Lunch is commonly the second meal of the day, after breakfast. The meal varies in size depending on the culture, and significant variations exist in different areas of the world.


Ланч – это прием пищи, обычно совершаемый в полдень. Изначально слово обозначало небольшой перекус в любое время дня и ночи. В течение 20 века значение слова постепенно сузилось до небольшого или среднего размера приема пищи, совершаемого в полдень. Ланч – это второй по счету прием пищи после завтрака. Размер и разнообразие еды варьируется в зависимости от культуры и части света.

Some lunch food in Bangladesh (Ланч в Бангладеше)
A typical Swedish school lunch (типичный шведский ланч)
Japanese cuisine: An udon lunch set (Японская кухня: удон сет)

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Traditional English Food for Lunch
For many families, a Sunday lunch of roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, pot roast pork with apples or roast lamb with green beans and mint sauce, is still a cherished tradition. If you don’t fancy cooking it at home, your local pub is the place to go to for traditional English food. Actually, Sunday lunch is more than just food, it’s a family occasion.
During the week, lunch most often consists of that English food classic: the sandwich eaten with a bag of crisps on the side. Cornish pastries are equally popular, as are pork pies or sausage rolls.
 Yorkshire pudding with sausages and gravy
And if we have time? Then a traditional ploughman’s lunch is hard to beat, especially when served with good, mature Cheddar cheese and a pint of beer.
What other tasty treats might you be offered for lunch? Well, there could be a Bedfordshire clanger, some seriously good cured ham with salad, potted shrimps, or freshly smoked fish. Yorkshire pudding, this time dinner-plate sized and filled with gravy, sausages or roast beef slices, also appears on pub menus, especially up north. Then there’s beef rib, or a rack of roasted pork ribs, or grilled chicken, plus any number of salads made from these wonderful ingredients.
Watch the video “Perfect Sunday Lunch – Gordon Ramsay”
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