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«¿Cuál es tu verdura favorita?» / Dana Payne, CC BY-SA 3.0

Here is an extensive food list, which may be useful if you are planning on visiting a Spanish-speaking country in the future, or if you are planning on eating at any of the many Spanish and Latin-American restaurants in the city:

Los cereales – the cereals
El arroz – the rice
El maíz – the corn
El trigo – the wheat

La fruta – the fruit
La manzana – the apple
La pera – the pear
La fresa – the strawberry
El arándano – the blueberry
El plátano – the banana
El melocotón/el durazno – the peach
El limón – the lemon
El pomelo – the grapefruit
La uva – the grape
La cereza – the cherry
El melón – the melon
La sandía – the watermelon
El mango – the mango
La piña – the pineapple
El coco – the coconut

La carne – the meat
El pollo – the chicken
El cordero – the lamb
La ternera – the beef
El puerco – the pork
El pescado – the fish
Los camarones – the shrimp
El calamar – the squid
Las ostras – the oysters
Los mejillones – the mussels
Las almejas – the clams
Las vieiras – the scallops
El queso – the cheese
El huevo – the egg
La hamburguesa – the hamburger
Las patatas/las papas fritas – the fries

La pizza – the pizza
El pan – the bread
El sandwich – the sandwich
El helado – the ice cream
Los vegetales/las verduras – the vegetables
La alcachofa – the artichoke
El espárrago – the asparagus
El apio – the celery
La zanahoria – the carrot
El pimiento – the pepper
La col – the cabbage
La coliflor – the cauliflower
El hinojo – the fennel
Las judías/los frijoles – the beans
El pepino – the cucumber
La lechuga – the lettuce
El tomate – the tomato
Las espinacas – the spinach
El brócoli – the broccoli
El ajo – the garlic
La cebolla – the onion
La berenjena – the eggplant
Las setas/los hongos – the mushrooms
La calabaza – the squash
La oliva – the olive

La sal – the salt
El azúcar – the sugar
La pimienta – the ground pepper
El aceite – the oil
El vinagre – the vinegar
La mostaza – the mustard
El cilantro – the cilantro

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