Hello, and welcome to Kim's Kitchen.
Привет и добро пожаловать на кухню Ким
Today I'm going to show you a simple recipe for cookies.
Сегодня я собираюсь показать вам простой рецепт печенья.
Let's start with the ingredients.
Давайте начнем с ингредиентов.
You will need 3 cups of flour, one and a half teaspoons of baking powder, 8 ounces of butter, one and a half cups of sugar, and one egg.
Вам понадобится 3 чашки (стакана) муки.
First, mix the flour and baking powder in a bowl.Сначала в миске смешиваем муку и разрыхлитель
Then, in another bowl mix the sugar and butter.Затем, в другой миске смешайте сахар и масло
Next, add the egg and blend in the mixture from the first bowl.Далее, добавьте яйцо и смешайте со смесью из первой миски
a wooden spoon to put balls of the
cookie dough onto a baking tray, and bake
in the oven for 10 minutes. Allow the
cookies to cool for a few minutes, but
don't eat them all at once!
Listening comprehension. Listen to the
text and answer the true/false questions
on your PDF. It has been said that
England and America are two countries
divided by a common language, and much
has been written about words that are
chiefly used in one country or the other.
For instance, eggplant in the US an
aubergine in the UK. However, there are
also words that exist in both countries
but have a different meaning depending
on which side of the Atlantic you're on.
The word 'cookie' is a good example. In the
UK, a cookie is a soft, moist biscuit.
British cookies tend to be bigger and
more substantial than a British biscuit.
In the US, however, the word 'cookie' covers
both what the British would call a
biscuit and a cookie. The word 'cookie'
comes from the Dutch 'kokia', meaning
'little cake', and could have been
popularized in the U.S. due to early
Dutch colonization, though we don't know for
sure. Cookies are made in a wide variety
of styles using a range of ingredients,
including sugars, spices, chocolate, butter,
peanut butter, nuts, or dried fruits. Some
cookies are soft, and others hard. The
softness of the cookie depends on how
long it is baked. Now, what sort of cookie
would you like with your tea? Questions.
Now it's your turn to speak. I'm going to
ask you a series of questions relating
to the topic of this lesson. Pause the
recording to give yourself time to
answer, and don't just answer 'yes' or 'no',
try to give as much information as
possible. How well can you cook?
What things can you cook?
Where do you find your recipes?
What's your favorite recipe?
What's your opinion of TV cookery