How to make the perfect scrambled eggs

How to make the perfect scrambled eggs

Jamie Oliver

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • What’s funny about that?
  • How old are you young man?
  • Really fantastic scrambled eggs
  • Buddy does  on his own
  • A couple times a week
  • I taught him how to use a knife properly
  • How to make the perfect scrambled eggs
  • Ready, steady, action
  • Cut some bread
  • Keep it nice and straight
  • Cut it in half
  • Put it in my toaster
  • Now we can move on to the eggs
  • Dad taught me a trick
  • Whisk up the eggs
  • Until its all mixed up
  • It’s better to make a big batch
  • Add a knob of butter
  • Swirling the butter around the pan
  • When it starts to sizzle
  • Keep moving it
  • You don’t want to undercook it
  • Overcooked
  • Not too soggy and not to hard
  • Now its done
  • To spoon onto your bread
  • Take it off the heat
  • Enough for three portions
  • Add some salt, some pepper
  • See you later guys
Have you ever had a Jam Jar Salad?

Have you ever had a Jam Jar Salad?

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • Something you can rustle together very very quickly
  • It can save you a lot of money
  • Delicious healthy food
  • We want to have all the elements of a balanced plate
  • Crunchy things at top and wet things at the bottom
  • So it doesn’t go soggy
  • Under 600 calories
  • It’s going to release energy nice and slowly
  • It shouldn’t take any more than about 3 minutes to put together
  • Just grab and go
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • A pinch of salt and pepper
  • A little squeeze of lemon juice
  • Give it a little toss around
  • Pop it in, press it down
  • Different flavors and herbs
  • Influences from other countries
  • Meals on the go
Who’s been eating my porridge

Who’s been eating my porridge

[the happy foodie

Get the recipe HERE

” The Scots have been enjoying their porridge for centuries, and rightly so. Made from oats (which are one of the few grains that grow well in Scotland’s climate), Scottish porridge is tasty AND nutritious, and is packed full of fiber, vitamins and minerals.

As part of a healthy diet, it’s a great way to help reduce cholesterol, and the slow-release carbs mean it keeps you full (and full of energy) until lunchtime.

Historically there are a few traditions and superstitions connected with the making, and eating, of this dish in Scotland.” READ MORE

A big fat Greek-Italian wedding on a plate

A big fat Greek-Italian wedding on a plate

  [Jamie Oliver]

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • A hot summer’s day
  • My big fat Greek-Italian Wedding on a plate
  • BBQ Lamb
  • Lamb chops
  • Heavy on the black pepper
  • Pound the hell out of it
  • Sprinkle this  over
  • Throw it on the grill
  • A wood fire
  • The wood oven
  • Simple roasted carrots  with some onions
  • With tin foil over it
  • I’m going to add loads of bay leaves
  • I’m going to hit it up with some honey
  • A nice big handful of pistachios
  • This goes back in the oven
  • Fast cooking cut of meat or a slow cooking cut of meat
  • Some bits of charcoal
  • Fat facing down
  • Bulgur wheat
  • I’ve trashed the tin
  • We taking lamb to another level
  • This is a Greek-Italian love fest
  • Viva food tube

Job Profile  –  Chef

“Chefs prepare food using a variety of cooking methods. In large kitchens they usually work as part of a team. The head chef runs the entire kitchen.

You will need to have a keen interest in food and cooking, and be able to do several tasks at once. You’ll be able to show off your creative side by presenting dishes in imaginative ways.

If you love food and really enjoy cooking, this could be the perfect career for you.

You may not need any academic qualifications to start work as a trainee chef, although it may help if you have a good general standard of education including GCSEs in subjects like English and maths.

Your main tasks as a chef would include :

  • preparing, cooking and presenting food in line with required standards
  • keeping preparation at the right level
  • making sure that food is served promptly
  • monitoring food production to ensure consistent quality and portion size
  • stock control
  • following relevant hygiene, health and safety guidelines.

Skills, interests and qualities

To become a chef, you will need to have:

  • a keen interest in food and cooking
  • strong communication and leadership skills
  • the ability to work under pressure
  • high standards of cleanliness and hygiene
  • the ability to do several tasks at once
  • creativity and imagination for food presentation
  • the ability to work as part of a team
  • good organisation skills”
[National Career Service ]


Fruity and Refreshing

Fruity and Refreshing

   [Jamie Oliver’s Drinks Tube]

  • Delicious fruit ice cubes
  • Fresh or frozen fruit
  • Chill a drink
  • Fruit that might be slightly over-ripe or about to go off
  • Blend your fruit
  • A little goes a long way
  • Ice cube trays
  • Strain any pips or seeds out before you add them to the mould
  • Place them in the freezer
  • Chill your cold drinks
  • Add extra flavor


 English vocabulay  – ECCE speaking exam – Food vocabulary