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Learn English Phrasal Verbs about Cooking and Eating

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Hello students. Today’s video is food phrasal verbs about cooking and eating in English. My name is Danny and welcome to the December phrasal verbs challenge.

In this lesson, I will introduce several phrasal verbs about cooking and eating with the meaning of each phrasal verb. After each phrasal verb you will learn small parts of an English conversation. At the end of the lesson we will put the conversation parts together to reveal the full conversation.

Let’s get started:

The first food phrasal verb in English is Pig out. Pig out means to eat a large amount of food. Have a look at this guy. He is pigging out on hamburgers. Here’s an example of a short conversation.

A: What are you going to do tonight? Do you want to go to a concert?

B: No, I want to have a lazy evening. I’ll probably watch Netflix and pig out on some pizza. You could ask Danny. Maybe he wants to go to a concert.


The next food phrasal verb about cooking and eating is: Pick at. Pick at means to eat only small amounts of a meal.

Danny usually just picks at his meal. Here’s an example of a conversation.

A: Hey Danny. Do you want to go to a concert tonight?

B: Sure, that sound like fun.

A: Are you ok? You are just picking at your meal.

B: I’m not very hungry because I really pigged out at lunch earlier.


Another food phrasal verb about cooking and eating is: Whip Up. Whip up means to quickly make a meal or something to eat. He whipped up a delicious meal for us in 15 minutes. Here’s a conversation example:

A: Well, I’m hungry but we don’t have a lot of time before the concert starts.

B: Don’t worry I’ll quickly whip something up for you.


The next food phrasal verb in English about cooking and eating is Fry up. Fry up means to cook something by frying. Frying is to cook food in some kind of oil. Let’s fry some eggs up for dinner. Here’s a conversation example.

B: Oh no, I can’t whip up any food because I only have eggs.

A: That’s ok, you can fry up a few eggs for me.

B: Ok, great. I’ll fry those up now.


The last food phrasal verb in English is eat up. Eat up means to eat all of something. Eat up! We’ve got to go out soon. Here’s a conversation example:

B: Ok, here are the eggs. Now eat up, the concert starts in an hour.

A: Haha, ok. I’ll eat quickly.


We studied: Pig out, Pick at, Whip up, Fry up, and Eat up.

Now let’s study the full conversation.


A: What are you going to do tonight? Do you want to go to a concert?

B: No, I want to have a lazy evening. I’ll probably watch Netflix and pig out on some pizza. You could ask Danny. Maybe he wants to go to a concert.

A: Hey Danny. Do you want to go to a concert tonight?

B: Sure, that sound like fun.

A: Are you ok? You are just picking at your meal.

B: I’m not very hungry because I really pigged out at lunch earlier.

A: Well, I’m hungry but we don’t have a lot of time before the concert starts.

B: Don’t worry I’ll quickly whip something up for you.

B: Oh no, I can’t whip up any food because I only have eggs.

A: That’s ok, you can fry up a few eggs for me.

B: Ok, great. I’ll fry those up now.

B: Ok, here are the eggs. Now eat up, the concert starts in an hour.

A: Haha, ok. I’ll eat quickly.

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