List of food translations between the USA and UK

27 Foods that Don't Translate so Well Across the Pond

American language vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States.

Bangers & biscuits: your guide to translating British food slang

"American language vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States. The creators of the ENGLISH language can call things whatever the fuck we want, thanks!

I know what my next b-day cake is going to be next year. Funny thing is, my birthday is on the Fourth of July <--- last pinner's comment ;'D

Happy Jubilee ~ union jack cake and tea! I'm pretty sure I was born in the wrong country.I so want this cake!

British vs. American English: 63 Differences (Infographic)

Las diferencias de palabras en inglés de USA y de Reino Unido, en una infografía

Brit Humour: 30 Things British People Say Vs What They Actually Mean - Graphic (Part 1)

I'm pretty sure I'm British. Brit Humour: 30 Things British People Say Vs What They Actually Mean - Graphic (Part

British English vs. American English spelling

Is gray your neighbor’s favorite color, or is grey your neighbour’s favourite colour?

A comparative of British and American spellings of various words. Would help students to use the correct spelling for their nationality as well broaden their cultural and linguistic understanding.

How To Make Cucumber Tea Sandwiches - Inspired by my tea experiences in London, as well as my obsession for all things Downton Abbey, I had to make cucumber tea sandwiches at home.  This British tea tradition is simple to make, but there are a few helpful tricks to it.

How To Make Cucumber Tea Sandwiches - Inspired by my tea experiences in London, as well as my obsession for all things Downton Abbey, I had to make cucumber tea sandwiches at home. This British tea tradition is simple to make, but there are a few helpful

London, England: This bustling British city is all over Pinterest and comes in third place for most pinned travel locations. Source: Courtesy of paulac63 via Pinterest

London, England

Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, London - originally built before the century. It has been frequented by Samuel Pepys, Alfred Tennyson and Charles.

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29 Things Non-Brits Just Don't Get About Britain

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