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Spanish Vocabulary- Food Preparation & Eating



Spanish Vocabulary

La Preparación de Comida- Food Preparation

Asar- To roast

Cocer- To cook 

Cocer a fuego lento- To simmer/To cook on a low fire

Cocer en el horno- To bake

La Comida cocinada- Cooked food

Hacer la cocina- To cook/To do the cooking

Cocer al vapor- To steam

Cocer la pasta- To cook the pasta

Una Cuchara- A spoon

Un Tendor- A fork

Un Cuchillo- Knife

Una Cucharada- A tablespoon

Una Cucharita- A teaspoon

El Cocimiento- Cooking

Un Libro de Cocina- Cookbook

El Cocinero (m)/La Cocinera (f)- Cook

Freír- To fry

Hornear- To bake

La Bandeja- Tray

Sin cocer- Uncooked

El Almuerzo- Lunch

La Cena- Dinner

Las Hierbas- Herbs

Las Especias- Spices

La Canela- Cinnamon

El Chile- Chile (pepper)

La Hierba buena- Mint

La Nuez moscada- Nutmeg

El Orégano- Oregano

El Perejil- Parsley

La Pimienta negra- Black pepper

El Romero- Rosemary

La Sal- Salt

El Tomillo- Thyme

La Vainilla- Vanilla

Manipular alimento- To handle food

 

Comer- Eating

Chupar- To suck

Chupar un limón- To suck (on) a lemon

Cenar- To eat dinner/To have dinner

Almorzar- To eat lunch/ To have lunch

Desayunar- To eat breakfast/To have breakfast

Morirse de hambre- To starve to death

Una Merienda- A snack

Merendar- To have a snack

El Postre- Dessert

¡Qué aproveche la comida!- Enjoy your meal!

Tomar té- To have tea

 

Ejemplos de Oraciones- Example Sentences

Uso 1 Cucharada de Perejil Picado- I use 1 tablespoon of chopped parsley

Ceno a las siete todos los días- I have dinner at 7 every day

Me muero de hambre- I'm starving to death

Siempre ceno con mi familia a las seis- I always eat dinner with my family at 6:00

Los viernes siempre como postre después de cenar- On Fridays, I always eat dessert after having dinner



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Author: Learning Spanish

Published on July 11, 2018

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