At various times in history British food has been the ____ of Europe. In the eighteenth century British people had the best cooking in Europe. People who visited Britain from other European countries said that nowhere else you could find such ____ juicy steaks, such thick-cut mut­ton ____ and huge ____ of beef. British pies were famous throughout Europe. The reason for this was that the ____ climate, hard-working farmers, and rich soil meant that the best meat and ____ were produced in Britain. As a result the cooking required very few ‘additions’ like ____. English food was very tasty because of the quality of the ingredients and didn’t need ____ recipes.

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