the above statement means that 83% of British women CAN crack the art of cooking".
Yes, that`s right, but still.....
let me remind you and all other guys who mentioned it that the art of cooking isn`t really the subject matter of this discussion. :):):):)
In fact, it is NOT discussed here if British or Polish women CAN or CANNOT cook.
The discussion is about the POPULARITY of home traditional cooking from the scratch.
Which probably means England 1, Poland 0
I am afraid not. :):):)
the so-called "teacher":
I hope this lesson is enough for a while. :):):):)
have to agree with Pam nobody eats that crap for breakfast unless they are builders or farmworkers and have already worked a few hours before breakfast.
Dear guys, let me remind you that I didn`t expect to get the info who eats or doesn`t eat typical British breakfast in the UK. I know that it is eaten occassionally.
My question was quite simple:
Lightyears ago, I thought that British bacon and Polish boczek are the same - ham-like meat with a lot of white fat.
Later I realised that British bacon is in fact Polish bekon, like the one exported to UK by Polish meat producers
But today I can see that fatty stuff rules in English breakfast in a lot of online recipes
What the hell?
pawian: Ams and Brits prefer to buy a frozen dish for microwave
Not all of them.. That picture looks like the 80's.
Now, all the rage are the cooking shows, and most of people around me, in an effort to become "foodies" go to the other extreme - making their own pasta and baking their own bread.
If you don`t like the pic which looks like 1980s, here is a more up-to-date one:
Miles and miles of frozen food freezers:
A view not available in Poland.
And my question was: how long will we last?