English is spoken most notably in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Interestingly, the USA is a trendsetter in culture as seen in film and music, but the dialects of English spoken around the world are often not American accents, rather British ones.
There are more than 360 million speakers of English, making it the 3rd most spoken language around the world. No matter what you think about it colonialism it pushed the English language beyond Europe and flourished. It is now the official language in 55 countries and officially spoken on every single continent. The cultures and foods vary greatly from region to region so even for English speakers the Cooking Up Cultures lessons will be interesting to participate in because of the cultural breadth.
American Meatloaf. Ahhhh comfort food at its best! While there is nothing attractive about this dish it sure is a crowd pleaser!
Shepherd’s Pie also known as Cottage Pie is such a warm dish that is perfect for rainy or cold days. Bonus – after you hear the story you’ll be forever picturing yourself enjoying Shepherd’s Pie in a quaint and cheerful pub!
Hamburgers are universal, but here in the USA they are a quintessential roadtrip or family gathering meal. This is a perfect recipe for gorgeous days outdoors!
You’ll soon see why Etouffee is a comfort food of the Cajuns! It’s easy to whip up and tastes so good!