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Food and Eating Vocabulary Word List  

A

acorn squash
alfalfa sprouts
almond
anchovy
anise
appetizer
appetite
apple
apricot
artichoke
asparagus
aspic
ate
avocado


B

bacon
bagel
bake
baked Alaska
bamboo shoots

banana
barbecue
barley
basil
batter
beancurd
beans
beef
beet
bell pepper
berry
biscuit
bitter
black beans
blackberry
black-eyed peas
black tea
bland
blood orange
blueberry
boil
bowl
boysenberry
bran
bread
breadfruit

breakfast
brisket
broccoli
broil
brownie
brown rice
brunch
Brussels sprouts
buckwheat

buns
burrito
butter
butter bean


C

cake
calorie
candy
candy apple
cantaloupe
capers
caramel
caramel apple
carbohydrate

carrot
cashew
cassava
casserole
cater
cauliflower
caviar
cayenne pepper
celery
cereal
chard
cheddar

cheese
cheesecake
chef
cherry
chew
chicken
chick peas
chili
chips
chives
chocolate
chopsticks
chow
chutney
cilantro
cinnamon
citron
citrus
clam
cloves
cobbler
coconut
cod
coffee
coleslaw
collard greens
comestibles
cook

cookbook
cookie
corn
cornflakes
cornmeal
cottage cheese
crab
crackers
cranberry
cream
cream cheese
crepe
crisp
crunch
crust
cucumber
cuisine
cupboard

cupcake
curds
currants
curry
custard


D

daikon
daily bread

dairy
dandelion greens
Danish pastry
dates
dessert
diet
digest
digestive system
dill
dine
diner

dinner
dip
dish
dough

doughnut
dragonfruit
dressing
dried
drink
dry
durian


E

eat
Edam cheese
edible
egg
eggplant
elderberry
endive
entree


F

fast
fat
fava bans

feast
fed
feed
fennel
fig
fillet
fire
fish
flan
flax
flour

food
food pyramid
foodstuffs
fork
freezer
French fries
fried
fritter
frosting

fruit
fry


G

garlic
gastronomy
gelatin
ginger
gingerale
gingerbread
glasses
Gouda cheese
grain
granola
grape
grapefruit
grated
gravy
greenbean
greens
green tea
grub
guacamole
guava
gyro


H

herbs
halibut
ham
hamburger
hash
hazelnut
herbs
honey
honeydew
horseradish
hot
hot dog
hot sauce
hummus
hunger
hungry


I

ice
iceberg lettuce
iced tea
icing
ice cream
ice cream cone


J

jackfruit
jalapeno
jam
jelly
jellybeans
jicama
jimmies
Jordan almonds
jug
julienne
juice
junk food


K

kale
kebab
ketchup
kettle
kettle corn
kidney beans
kitchen
kiwi
knife
kohlrabi
kumquat


L

ladle
lamb
lard
lasagna
legumes
lemon
lemonade
lentils
lettuce
licorice
lima beans
lime
liver
loaf
lobster

lollipop
loquat
lox
lunch
lunch box
lunchmeat
lychee


M

macaroni
macaroon
main course
maize
mandarin orange
mango
maple syrup
margarine
marionberry
marmalade
marshmallow
mashed potatoes
mayonnaise

meat
meatball
meatloaf
melon
menu
meringue
micronutrient
milk
milkshake
millet
mincemeat
minerals
mint
mints
mochi
molasses
mole sauce
mozzarella
muffin
mug
munch
mushroom
mussels
mustard
mustard greens
mutton


N

napkin
nectar
nectarine
nibble
noodles
nosh
nourish
nourishment
nut
nutmeg
nutrient
nutrition
nutritious


O

oats
oatmeal
oil
okra
oleo
olive
omelet
omnivore
onion
orange
order
oregano
oven
oyster


P

pan
pancake
papaya
parsley
parsnip
pasta
pastry
pate
patty
pattypan squash
peach
peanut
peanut butter
pea
pear
pecan
peapod

pepper
pepperoni
persimmon
pickle
picnic
pie
pilaf
pineapple
pita bread
pitcher

pizza
plate
platter
plum
poached
pomegranate
pomelo
pop
popsicle
popcorn
popovers
pork
pork chops
pot

potato
pot roast
preserves
pretzel
prime rib
protein
provisions
prune
pudding
pumpernickel

pumpkin
punch


Q

quiche quinoa


R

radish
raisin
raspberry
rations
ravioli
recipe
refreshments
refrigerator
relish
restaurant
rhubarb
ribs
rice
roast
roll
rolling pin
romaine
rosemary
rye


S

saffron
sage
salad
salami
salmon
salsa
salt

sandwich
sauce
sauerkraut

sausage
savory
scallops
scrambled
seaweed
seeds
sesame seed
shallots
sherbet
shish kebab
shrimp
slaw
slice
smoked

snack
soda
soda bread
sole
sorbet
sorghum
sorrel
soup
sour
sour cream
soy
soybeans
soysauce
spaghetti
spareribs
spatula
spices
spicy
spinach
split peas
spoon
spork
sprinkles
sprouts
spuds
squash
squid
steak
stew
stir-fry
stomach
stove
straw
strawberry
string bean
stringy
strudel
sub sandwich
submarine sandwich
succotash
suet
sugar
summer squash
sundae

sunflower
supper
sushi
sustenance

sweet
sweet potato
Swiss chard
syrup


T

taco
take-out
tamale
tangerine
tapioca
taro
tarragon
tart
tea

teapot
teriyaki
thyme
toast
toaster
toffee
tofu
tomatillo
tomato
torte
tortilla
tuber
tuna

turkey
turmeric
turnip


U

ugli fruit unleavened utensils


V

vanilla
veal
vegetable
venison
vinegar
vitamin


W

wafer
waffle
walnut
wasabi
water
water chestnut
watercress
watermelon
wheat
whey
whipped cream
wok


Y

yam yeast yogurt yolk


Z

zucchini

 

 

Useful Cooking Verbs in English

 

As much as it is something we most likely never think about, there are many difficult verbs associated with cooking in English. From the chopping to the plating of food after the cooking process, it is good to know exactly what we means by each of these verbs which is what we are going to focus on in today’s post. Have a look at the following picture to see for yourselves.

cooking verbs

Cooking Verbs

Grate – to cut (food) into very small pieces by rubbing it against a special tool (called a grater).

Grill – to cook (food) on a metal frame over fire.

Layer – to form or arrange parts or pieces of something on top of each other : to form or arrange (something) in layers.

Level – to make (something) flat or level.

Melt – to change or to cause (something) to change from a solid to a liquid usually because of heat. Like cheese.

Pinch – the amount of something that can be held between your finger and thumb.

Pour – to cause (something) to flow in a steady stream from or into a container or place.

Scramble – to prepare (eggs) by mixing the white and yellow parts together and then stirring the mixture in a hot pan.

Serve – to give food or drink to (someone).

Simmer – to cook (something) so that it is almost boiling for a certain period of time.

Slice – a thin piece of food that is cut from something larger.

Spread – to put a layer of (something) on top of something else.

Stir – to mix (something) by making circular movements in it with a spoon or similar object.

Taste – to sense the flavor of (something that you are eating or drinking).

Add – to put (something) with another thing or group of things.

Bake – to make (food, such as bread and cake) by preparing a dough, batter, etc., and cooking it in an oven using dry heat.

Blend – to mix (things) thoroughly and usually with good results.

Boil – to cook (something) in water that is boiling.

Bread – to cover (food) with bread crumbs before cooking it.

Broil – to cook (food) directly over or under extremely high heat.

Chop – to cut (something) into pieces by hitting it with the sharp edge of an ax, knife, etc.

Cut – to use a sharp tool (such as a knife) to open or divide (something, such as paper or wood).

Dip – to put (something) into a liquid and pull it out again quickly.

Fry – to cook (food) in fat or oil.

 

Food and Drink Vocabulary List

Food and drink vocabulary list: food items and drinks.

bacon

bacon 

Hear this wordbeer

beer 

Hear this wordbread

bread 

Hear this wordcake

cake 

Hear this wordcheese

cheese 

Hear this wordchicken

chicken 

Hear this wordchocolate

chocolate 

Hear this wordcoffee

coffee 

Hear this wordcoke

coke 

Hear this wordcookies

cookies 

Hear this wordeggs

eggs 

Hear this wordfish

fish 

Hear this wordfried egg

fried egg 

Hear this wordice cream

ice cream 

Hear this wordmilk

milk 

Hear this wordorange juice

orange juice 

Hear this wordpasta

pasta 

Hear this wordsausages

sausages 

Hear this wordsoup

soup 

Hear this wordsweets

sweets 

Hear this wordtoast

toast 

Hear this wordwater

water 

Hear this wordwine

wine 

Hear this word

 

Shops and Shopping

Stores that sell particular types of goods:

 

  • Bookstore/clothes store/record store etc.:

A store that sells one type of goods

  • Grocery store:
    Grocery Store

    Grocery Store

     

A store that sells food and other things used in the home

  • Supermarket:

A large store that sells many different kinds of food and things people need for the house

  • Bakery:

A place or area within a grocery store where bread, cakes, cookies, etc. are made or sold.

  • Delicatessen/deli:

A small store or an area within a grocery store that sells cheese, cooked meat, bread, etc.

  • Liquor store:
Liquor store

Liquor store

A small store where alcohol is sold.

  • Drugstore:

A store where you can buy medicines, beauty products, etc.

  • Hardware store:

A store that sells equipment and tools that you use in your home and yard.

  • Nursery/garden center:

A place where plants and trees are grown and sold.

  • Newsstand:

a place on a street where newspapers and magazines are sold.

  • Boutique:

A small store that sells fashionable clothes or decorations

Using the thesaurus

Explore related meanings

Related words

antique shop

 noun

shop that sells valuable old objects

bakery

 noun

building where breadcakes etc are made or sold

barbershop

 noun

american a shop where men have their hair cut

beauty parlour

 noun

shop where you can get beauty treatments for your skin or hair

beauty salon

 noun

beauty parlour

big-box store

 noun

large shop that sells a lot of different types of goods including foodmedicines, and often things such as washing machines

book club

 noun

an organization that sells books at low prices to its members, usually by mail order

bookshop

 noun

a shop that sells books. The usual American word is bookstore.

bookstall

 noun

british a small shop with an open front that sells booksnewspapers, and magazines, for example at a railway station

bookstore

 noun

mainly american a bookshop

booth

 noun

small enclosed space where you can buy thingslook at things, or use a service

bottle shop

 noun

australian a shop that sells alcoholic drinks

boutique

 noun

small fashionable shopespecially one that sells clothes

bucket shop

 noun

britishinformal a cheap travel agent

builders’ merchant

 noun

british a company that sells things that you need for building, for examplebricks and sand

butcher

 noun

someone whose job is to sell meat and sometimes also to kill animals for meat. The shop they work in is called a butcher’s or a butcher’s shop.

butchery

 noun

australian a butcher’s shop

café

 noun

south african in South Africa, a small shop selling foodnewspapers etc

cash-and-carry

 noun

large shop where people can buy large amounts of goods at a cheap price, often so that they can then sell them in their own shops

chain store

 noun

one of a group of shops that all belong to the same person or company

charity shop

 noun

british a shop belonging to a charity that sells things that people have given to it

chemist

 noun

british a shop that sells medicines, beauty products, and toiletries

chip shop

 noun

in the UK, a shop where you can buy fish and chips and other hot foods to take away and eat

the cleaners

a place where you can get clothes, curtains etc dry-cleaned (=cleaned with chemicals, not soap and water)

commissary

 noun

american a supermarket for members of the armed forces

concession

 noun

business a small shop or business inside a building owned by a largerbusiness

convenience store

 noun

mainly american a small shop that is open for long hours and sells a variety of goodsespecially food and drinkcleaning materials, and newspapers or magazines

corner shop

 noun

british a small shop that sells food and other products, often found on the corner of a street

cupcakery

 noun

bakery that sells mainly cupcakes

dairy

 noun

new zealand a small local shop

deli

 noun

informal a delicatessen

delicatessen

 noun

shop that sells food such as cooked meatcheese, and food from other countries

depanneur

 noun

canadian a small local store selling a wide range of goodsespecially in French-speaking parts of Canada

department store

 noun

large shop divided into separate sections, each section selling a differenttype of thing

dime store

 noun

american a small shop that sells different types of cheap things

dispensing chemist

 noun

british a chemist’s shop where medicines are prepared and sold

dollar store

 noun

american a shop that sells a wide range of items very cheaply

drapery

 noun

business that sells cloth and things made of cloth

drugstore

 noun

american a chemist

dry cleaner’s

 noun

shop where you take your clothes to be dry-cleaned

duty-free

 noun

shop that sells duty-free goods

filling station

 noun

petrol station

fish and chip shop

 noun

british a shop that sells fish and chips that you usually take somewhere else to eat

five-and-dime

 noun

americanold-fashioned a shop that sells a variety of goods that are not expensive

garage

 noun

place that repairs or sells cars

garage

 noun

place where you go to buy petrol

garden centre

 noun

large store that sells plantsflowers, and the tools and equipment that you need for looking after a garden

gasbar

 noun

canadian a garage that sells fuel for motor vehicles

gas station

 noun

american a petrol station

general store

 noun

american a shop that sells a wide range of products, often found in smallcommunities

gift shop

 noun

shop selling things that people like to give and receive as presents

haberdashery

 noun

americanold-fashioned men’s clothes, or a shop that sells men’s clothes

hardware shop

 noun

shop that sells metal goods and things for your home or garden such as pansknivestools, and chemical products

hole-in-the-wall

 noun

informal a very small shop or restaurant

hypermarket

 noun

a very large supermarketusually built outside a town, that sells a wide rangeof goods

ironmonger’s

 noun

britishold-fashioned a shop that sells tools and other metal goods

junk shop

 noun

shop that buys and sells used things such as furniturebooks, or pictures

liquor store

 noun

american an off-licence

megastore

 noun

a very large shopespecially one that sells many different types of products

minimart

 noun

mainly american a shop that sells food and stays open late

multiple

 noun

businessbritish a chain store

NAAFI

 noun

shop or place to eat for members of the British armed forces

newspaper stand

 noun

newsstand

newsstand

 noun

place in the street where you can buy newspapers and magazines

offie

 noun

britishinformal an off-licence

off-licence

 noun

british a shop that sells alcoholic drinks

opportunity shop

 noun

australianinformal a shop that sells second-hand (=used) goods in order to earn money for a charity (=organization that helps the poor, sick etc)

op shop

 noun

australianinformal an opportunity shop

outfitter

 noun

britishold-fashioned a shop that sells clothesespecially men’s clothes

outfitter

 noun

american a shop that sells clothes and equipment for activities such as camping and hunting

paper shop

 noun

britishspoken a shop that sells newspapers and magazines

patisserie

 noun

shop that sells cakes

perfumery

 noun

a shop that sells perfumes

petrol station

 noun

british a garage that sells petrol for your car. The American word is gas station.

pharmacy

 noun

shop where medicines are prepared and sold

pound shop

 noun

british a shop that sells a large range of items for one pound

saddler

 noun

old-fashionedbritish a shop where saddles and other leather products are sold

saddlery

 noun

american a saddler’s shop

salon

 noun

shop that sells expensive clothes made by famous designers

sari-sari store

 noun

philippine english a small local shop selling a wide range of goods

service centre

 noun

shop where you can buy parts for the products that are sold there, and can have the products repaired

service station

 noun

business that sells petroloil, and other things for vehicles

sex shop

 noun

shop that sells products relating to sexual activities

stall

 noun

large table or a small building that is open at the front, used for selling thingsor for giving people information

stationer

 noun

british a shop that sells stationery

supermarket

 noun

a very large shop that sells food and other products for the home. You go around the shop pushing a trolley and putting things in it, then you pay for your goods at the checkout.

superstore

 noun

a very large shop that sells a wide range of different goodsusually on the edge of a town

superstore

 noun

shop that sells a range of similar products at low prices

sweet shop

 noun

shop that sells sweets and chocolate

takeaway

 noun

british a shop that sells meals that you take home to eat

thrift shop

 noun

american a charity shop

tobacconist

 noun

shop that sells tobaccocigarettes etc

trading post

 noun

small townvillage, or shop far away from other towns

victualler

 noun

british someone who is legally allowed to sell alcohol

Stores/Shops that sell different types of goods:

 

  • Convenience store:

A store where you can buy food, newspapers, etc., that is often open 24 hours each day.

  • Department store:
    Department store

    Department store

     

A large store that sells many different products, such as clothes, kitchen equipment, etc.

  • Chain store:

One of a group of stores owned by the same company

  • Superstore:

A very big store, especially one that has many different types of products, or one that has a lot of one type of product.

 

  • Stores that sell goods more cheaply:

  • Outlet store:

A store that sells things for less than the usual price.

  • Warehouse store:

A store that sells things in large amounts at lower prices.

 


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Fuente: Created by Susan Zilberstein
Fecha: 15/8/2019 | Creado por: Susana Beatriz
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