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Appendix:Australian English terms for food and drink

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General vocabulary list
arse nuts or bum nuts - eggs
avos - avocados
barbie short form of barbecue (also written as BBQ); an outdoor meal of cooked chops and sausages (snags or bangers) and usually garnished with "dead horse" (tomato sauce) or sometimes BBQ sauce
bikkie - biscuit, also it cost big bikkies - it was expensive
billy - teapot, container for boiling water
billy - a deep, round tin used to make tea (or used more generally for cooking) over a campfire
brekky short for breakfast
Breville - a toasted sandwich. Breville is the name of a company that makes sandwich toasters
bubble and squeak - a stew made from leftovers
chewie - chewing gum
chokkie - chocolate
chook - chicken
counter lunch/countery - pub lunch
cuppa a cup of tea or coffee
cut lunch - sandwiches
damper - bread made from flour and water
dead horse - tomato sauce
deli - a small shop open at times when other shops are closed and selling food, cigarettes and convenience items. From 'delicatessen' A deli does not necessarily sell fine foods, as would a delicatessen in other countries.
dingo's breakfast - a yawn, a leak and a good look round (i.e. no breakfast)
dog's eye - meat pie
emu's eye - a method of frying an egg, using a slice of bread with the centre removed to contain the egg on a barbecue plate or frying pan.
esky - large insulated food/drink container for picnics, barbecues etc. Short for Eskimo, the word is a registered trademark.
fairy floss - candy floss, cotton candy
fizzy drink - used to describe any carbonated drink/soft drink (non-Alcohlic).
flake - shark's flesh (sold in fish & chips shops)
icy pole most common generic name for a frozen flavoured water product; also known as an ice block, popsicle, ice stick, or by jingo. (Known as an ice lolly in some countries.). Another term, paddle pop, generally refers to a basic ice-cream on a wooden stick, due to a popular brand of the product bearing that name.
jaffle - (same as a Breville) A toasted sandwich. Only not toasted in an electric sandwich toaster but rather an iron fire toaster. Traditionally canned spaghetti or baked beans are used a jaffle
jug - electric kettle
little boys - Cocktail sausages. Often vulgarly as 'little boys' dicks'.
lolly (plural: lollies) confectionery (cf. American candy, UK sweets).
lolly water - used to describe soft drink/soda and any alcoholic drink of low alcoholic content. Used as a term of derision, the second meaning is typically used by seasoned drinkers. Can also describe a drink which is too sweet, as in "God! This is like lolly water!"
lunch bar - a small shop selling food items between 6 a.m. and 3 or 4 p.m., usually located in an industrial area for the convenience of workers.
maggot bag - a meat pie.
mash - mashed potatoes
mystery bag - a sausage
pav pavlova, a large plate sized kind of meringue dessert, with cream and fruit topping. Also used in New Zealand English
pie floater a meat pie floating in a bowl of pea soup. Generally limited to South Australia.
plate, bring a - instruction on party or BBQ invitation to bring a plate of food to share; it doesn't mean they're short of crockery.
poofter beer - a derogratory term for any of a variety of canned and bottled pre-mixed coloured alcoholic drinks if drunk by a man
saltana - a raisin
sanger - a sandwich
banger, snagger or snag a sausage
sav - saveloy (see also "fair suck of the sav")
snag - a sausage
snake - a steak
spag bol or spag bog - spaghetti bolognese
spud potato
tucker - food
tucker-bag - food bag
vegies - vegetables
Processed pork
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According to linguists, the easiest way to tell which part of Australia someone comes from is to ask them what they call bland-tasting, processed pork, sold under various brand names in plastic-wrapped tubes. Similar products are known in North America as baloney and in the UK as pork luncheon meat. These are known by different names in different regions of Australia.
Belgium sausage Tasmania (A beef variant is known as beef Belgium.)
Byron sausage New England.
devon Victoria, New South Wales (except Hunter Valley and New England), Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory
empire sausage Hunter Valley
fritz South Australia and Broken Hill, New South Wales
German sausage or pork German Victoria and...(and so on) To get More information , you can visit some products about doorbell button, remote control lawn mower, . The Handcraft silver (gold) foil lampwork glass beads products should be show more here!

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