To speak about snacks, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 2
Сheese - a food that is made from milk, is usually white or yellow, and can be either hard or soft;
White bread, wheat bread - bread made from a plant whose grain is used for making flour, or the grain itself;
Rye bread - dark brown bread made with rye;
Bacon and eggs - traditional breakfast with a certain type of meat and eggs;
Ham - meat from a pig's back or upper leg;
Scrambled eggs - eggs which are mixed together and then cooked;
Fried eggs, sunny-side up eggs - eggs that are cooked in hot oil or fat;
Hard-boiled eggs - a hard-boiled egg has been boiled with its shell on, until the inside is solid;
Soft-boiled eggs - an egg that has been boiled with its shell on and removed from the water while the yellow part is still soft;
Cheese sandwich - two slices of bread with cheese between them;
Corned-beef - cooked beef that has been preserved in salty water and spices, often sold in tins (= metal containers);
Egg sandwich - two slices of bread with eggs between them.
He wants to eat bacon and eggs.
Do you like cheese?
Kate doesn’t cook fried eggs. It is unhealthy.
I want to order corned-beef.