字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Vanessa: Are you ready? "This is the best English lesson." "This is really good. Please make more videos like this." "I loved it. It's a joyful way to learn English." Well, what is it? With 3 million views, come, Cook and Eat in English with Me. Every year for the last four years, I have baked something with my kids and eaten it with my family, and you have been invited to join us. So today you get it all, two hours of joining my family for some meal time. And like always, I've created a free PDF worksheet with all of today's vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation so that you never forget what you've learned in this lesson. You can click on the link in the description to download the free English worksheet today. All right, let's go back in time to 2017 when my oldest son was not even two years old yet. Come join us for this lovely meal. Let's go. Want to come over to my house for lunch? We're not having anything fancy. I'm just going to make some quesadillas, Vanessa Style. Usually we have leftovers for lunch, but today I thought we'd make quesadillas because I have a lot of cheese here, so I hope that you enjoy it. I'm going to cook some food first, and then you're going to join me at lunch with my husband and my toddler, Theo. I hope that you'll enjoy it. Let's talk about some of the ingredients that I'm going to use. Of course, we need a tortilla. I'm going to make three of these. This is just one tortilla. I'm going to use some butter in the pan. You can use whatever you want. Olive oil, I don't know, this is just what I usually use with a quesadilla. I have some mozzarella cheese and I have some kimchi for a very traditional quesadilla. Just kidding. This is not traditional at all. Usually whenever I make a quesadilla, I just throw in whatever I have in the fridge. So I already sautéed some kale that you can see in here, and I'm just going to kind of push it into the quesadilla. So first things first, got to turn on the burner. And we'll kind of let that warm up a little bit and put my little piece of butter into the pan. Stir it up a little bit. I'm sorry if you come from a country where quesadillas are your traditional food, this is nothing like that. This is purely Vanessa Style. All right, because I already sautéed the kale, the pan's a little bit hot, so I'm just going to put the tortilla into the pan. Kind of mush it around a little bit. Now comes the fun part, grating the cheese. So this is a grater, and we use the verb, which is almost the same thing as the item. I'm going to grate the cheese with a grater. So I am just going to do this. And that looks pretty good. And I'll probably just push it around the pan a little bit because it will evenly melt. If you weren't watching, I would probably use my hands. But because you're watching and this is going to be on the internet, we'll do it a little bit more of a sanitary way. During lunch today, I plan on playing a game called... Or not really a game, just using this item called TableTopics. It's this little box that has a bunch of questions in it, and Dan and I often use these questions just to talk about stuff during a meal because sometimes you don't want to think about your day, or you don't want to just talk about the same things you usually talk about. So we're going to be using these TableTopic questions. If you think it's a good idea, if you like it yourself, you're welcome to use the link. There's a link in the description where you can buy it yourself. I just think it's a cool item because it's got lots of questions in English. All right. The next thing is to push this kale into the quesadilla. And next, I'm going to put some kimchi on this. I don't know if you've ever had kimchi, but whenever I eat it, I feel so refreshed. There's something about it that just makes me feel cleansed inside. And we have a lot of kimchi in our fridge, maybe a little too much. Sometimes I go a little kimchi crazy whenever I see kimchi at an Asian supermarket or here in Asheville we have a Korean food truck. It's like a Korean fusion food truck, but there's a Korean family who run it, and they sell kimchi. This is their kimchi. So whenever we go there, we always buy more jars of kimchi because we go through it pretty fast. All right, I'm going to let that sit there for a second, because usually I like the bottom of the tortilla to get a little bit crispy or hard a little bit so that the inside is nice and melted, and the outside's a little bit crispy. If I had any leftover chicken, I would put that in here. Maybe fish, put it in there. Whatever we have. Broccoli, put it in there. It's a very simple way to make a nice lunch. Because I work from home as your English teacher, I can eat lunch at home, so it's convenient to cook things like this. But I know a lot of people eat lunch at the office or you're not at home when you're eating, so of course you could make something like this for dinner if you wanted. It's a fun way to use your leftovers like kale or just kimchi that you have sitting around. All right, let's check the bottom of this. It looks like it could probably be turned up a little bit. I'm going to do that. I don't want to burn the bottom. I have done that before one too many times. But if you kind of carefully turn up the burner, it's not a big deal. It looks like our patience has paid off. You can see I put the ingredients only on half of it because now comes the important part. We need to fold it in half. I'm going to use my fingers a little bit. Fold it in half so it becomes a nice little shape like that, and I'll just put it right on the plate. All right, That's one. You want to see what we made? Da da da! Nothing super fancy, just a simple lunch. Now I'm going to make two more, and then I'll tell Dan and Theo they can come back inside because Theo is always really loud whenever he plays so they always go outside whenever I film a video. So I'll tell them to come back inside and we can have some lunch together. Well, welcome to lunch. I'm glad you could join us. We're eating the quesadilla that I just made. Dan: Yes, we are. Vanessa: How is it? Dan: It's very good. It has kimchi in it. Vanessa: Yep. Dan: A kimchi quesadilla. That's special. Vanessa: Yeah. Fusion. Theo, what do you think about the quesadilla? Is it good? Theo: Yeah. Vanessa: Good. What do you like about it? Theo: Cheese. Vanessa: Cheese? Okay. Dan: He said cheese. He loves cheese. Vanessa: Good. Well, today, Theo, I have something special. We're going to be talking about some questions. Do you want to talk about some questions with us? Theo: Mm-hmm. Vanessa: Okay. This is TableTopics. It's like a question, conversation starter box. Dan: Theo wants to ask a question. Vanessa: Oh. Theo, you want to choose a question? All right. What's it say? Can you- Dan: Can you read it? Vanessa: Can you read it? Dan: What's it say? Theo: No. Vanessa: You want me to read it? Okay. It says, "What's your favorite..." Theo, we'll read some more after we finish this one. Why don't you eat your quesadilla? Dan: Yeah, let's do one at a time. Vanessa: What's your favorite song to play in the car? Theo: Rock you. Dan: Look up- Vanessa: What'd you say? Theo: Rock you. Dan: I got- Vanessa: Rock you? Dan: Oh, Theo has a song. Number one for Theo is We Will Rock You by Queen. For me, I like the song I Belong In Your Arms by- Vanessa: Chairlift? Dan: By Chairlift. And two- Theo: Barbara Ann.