The evening meal
In the U.K. it is called “tea” (by working class folks); or supper (by middle class people).
The “upper classes” are more likely to call it “dinner”.
It’s all very confusing because U.K. people of all classes also have a snack just before bedtime which is also called supper.
In the USA “supper” denotes an informal meal at home, and “dinner” refers to a more formal meal at home or in a restaurant.
I call it food!
My evening food included some fabulous vegetables:- sweet potato, carrot, onion, parsnip, green bell pepper, green beans – all gently sautéed in a skillet with a wee drop of olive oil and some rosemary., then supplemented with a few slivers of roasted pork loin.
I care not if this evening meal should be called tea, supper or dinner.
Damn! It was a wonderful evening meal - especially the vegetables.