A variety of adjectives for describing food by both taste and texture, and a look at what is really meant by 'English food'.
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Can you identify these items of food from the clues?
- This food is creamy and tastes sweet. It is made from cream, sugar and fruit or chocolate. It is eaten very cold, usually in summer.
- This food is crunchy and it can be salty or sweet. It is often eaten in the cinema.
- This food is hard on the outside, but usually soft in the middle. Although quite bland on its own, it is very versatile and is used to make lots of sweet and savoury dishes. In the UK people eat it boiled for breakfast or fried, with bacon.
- This food is usually hard and crunchy, red or green in colour, and can be either sweet or sour, depending on the variety. It is often used it to make desserts such as pies, and it can also be used to make an alcoholic drink called cider.
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