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1 27th October 04:35
ladyjane
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Ploughman's Lunch

Basic extra matured cheddar cheese in a hefty chunk and/or some stilton
3 (or so) pickled onions, thick slices crusty bread,
chutney (Branston pickle)
mustard (hot English of course)
a hard boiled egg
a pint of ale or cider

Optional: tomato, Melton Mowbray pie
Optional: different cheeses: Red Gloucester, brie, camembert
Optional: some fruit.

Ploughman's Lunch isn't actually a sandwich as such. Basic extra matured
cheddar cheese in a hefty chunk and/or some stilton; 3 (or so) pickled
onions, thick slices crusty bread, chutney (Branston pickle), mustard (hot
English of course) and possibly a hard boiled egg... and a pint of ale or
cider! Nowadays you may also find on a traditional English pub Ploughman's
Lunch: tomato, Melton Mowbray pie (a pork & veal pie, cooked in hot water
pastry, topped up with apsic when cold, and served and eaten cold -
particularly fabulous with hot English mustard, just a sc****) and
different cheeses: Red Gloucester, brie, camembert etc. and possibly some
fruit. You don't actually make a sandwich with the ingredients, just
gobble away at random.

LadyJane
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