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In the 16th century, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth I decreed that mutton could be served only with bitter herbs, intending to stop people from eating the sheep in order to help the wool trade. Her subjects discovered mint sauce improved the taste of the meat, and it’s been a favorite condiment for roast lamb ever since.
A Quick Overview of Elsinge Green, Enfield
Enfield is the former hunting ground to the Kings of England and is as rich in history as it is in present day entertainment with a choice of events, theatres, cinemas and sports facilities.
Delve into the past and follow in the footsteps of literary figures such as Thomas Hardy and John Keats, who spent most of his early years in Enfield and Edmonton.
- Uncover the borough's history at Forty Hall Museum and take a stroll around its magnificent estate.
- The borough is renowned for its glorious gardens including those at Capel Manor, which cover 30 acres and feature a Japanese, historical and disabled persons' garden.
- For the more adventurous, Trent Country Park offers walking, cycling and fishing in magnificent Green Belt countryside.