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Let’s Talk About Different types of cuisines and favorite dishes in English

Welcome to our gastronomic journey in the Business Communication Club! Today’s delightful topic is “Different Types of Cuisines and Favorite Dishes.” This session is a culinary expedition across the globe, where we’ll explore the diverse and rich flavours of various cuisines. Whether you’re a fan of spicy, savoury, sweet, or sour, there’s a world of tastes to discuss. Share your favorite dishes, learn about new ones, and perhaps discover the history and culture behind them. Let’s whet our appetites for language and food as we delve into this flavorful topic!

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6 Idioms ìTo Help You In This Conversation:

  1. Spill the beans 🥘
    • Meaning: To reveal a secret or disclose confidential information.
    • Example: “So, spill the beans! Which restaurant did you find that amazing Thai dish at?”
  2. Piece of cake 🍰
    • Meaning: Something that is very easy to do.
    • Example: “Making homemade pasta is a piece of cake once you get the hang of it.”
  3. Bite off more than you can chew 🍔
    • Meaning: To take on a task that is too big or beyond one’s ability.
    • Example: “I think I bit off more than I could chew by trying to cook a five-course meal for the party.”
  4. Too many cooks spoil the broth 🍲
    • Meaning: If too many people are involved in a task or activity, it can be spoiled.
    • Example: “We need to assign clear roles in this kitchen project; too many cooks spoil the broth.”
  5. The proof is in the pudding 🍮
    • Meaning: The real value or quality of something can only be judged when it’s put to use.
    • Example: “They say this is the best pizza in town, but the proof is in the pudding.”
  6. Bread and butter 🍞
    • Meaning: A person’s livelihood or main source of income; a job or activity that provides steady income.
    • Example: “Gourmet burgers are the bread and butter of this restaurant.”

Set 1: Exploring World Cuisines

  1. “Which global cuisine do you find most intriguing, and what dish from that cuisine do you love?”
  2. “Is there a particular country’s culinary style that you’re eager to try? What attracts you to it?”

Key Grammar/Vocabulary Expressions:

  • Culinary diversity (e.g., “The culinary diversity of Italy is…”)
  • Traditional dish (e.g., “A traditional dish from Japan is…”)
  • Flavor profile (e.g., “Indian cuisine is known for its rich flavor profile of…”)
  • Gastronomic experience (e.g., “My last gastronomic experience with French food was…”)


Set 2: Personal Favourites

  1. “Have you tried any innovative fusion dishes that combine elements from different cuisines?”
  2. “What’s your opinion on the fusion food trend? Any favorite fusion dish?”

Key Grammar/Vocabulary Expressions:

  • Fusion cuisine (e.g., “Fusion cuisine like Indo-Chinese is…”)
  • Culinary innovation (e.g., “A culinary innovation I enjoy is…”)
  • Blending flavors (e.g., “Blending flavors from different cultures can result in…”)
  • Modern twist (e.g., “They put a modern twist on traditional dishes by…”)

Set 3: Fusion and Innovation

  1. “What’s your all-time favorite dish, and what makes it special to you?”
  2. “Do you have a comfort food that reminds you of home or a special memory?”

Key Grammar/Vocabulary Expressions:

  • Comfort food (e.g., “My comfort food is…”)
  • Culinary preferences (e.g., “I have a preference for dishes that are…”)
  • Flavorful memories (e.g., “This dish brings back flavorful memories of…”)
  • Signature recipe (e.g., “My signature recipe is…”)

Remember – there is always more! Here is your Follow Up Video:

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