The hidden life of buffets (Medium)
Buffets are big meals when people can eat as much as they want. They are a feature of many cultures.Neil and Sam discuss buffet meals and the history behind them. As usual, they teach related vocabulary as well.
This week’s question
Buffets are present in countries all around the world. In which country did buffets begin?
a) The United States of America
Listen to the programme to find out the answer.
eyes bigger than your belly
(idiom) used when someone has taken more food than they can eat
gather a large quantity of something into a one place to form a pile
get your money’s worth
get good value for the money you have spent
problem or difficult situation which has the effect of creating new problems which then make the original situation even worse
knock your socks off
(idiom) amaze and impress someone
person or company which provides food and drink for special social occasions
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