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Ploughman's Lunch...

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by deputy tom, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. deputy tom

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    Anyone here tried it? I finally found the needed English pickled onions at Market District in the ethnic foods section. Got a baguette and all the rest of the ingredients.Everything came together nicely. Cheer-o! tom.:eat:
     
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    A local (Indianapolis) brewpub has it on their menu. Nice 'lite' fare, but I prefer the Bangers and mash or shepherd's pie.
     

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    I'm a huge fan of shepherd's pie as well.tom.
     
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    Love it for a light lunch. I prefer raw onion to pickled onion; any decent ploughmans should come with some branston pickle and I much prefer that as the tangy part of the meal.

    Did you have a some apple or grapes with it? Sweet apple and sharp chedder is much tastier than it sounds.
     
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    Haywards onions.They didn't have any branston pickle. Apple with the extra sharp cheddar.Fresh tomato.tom.:cool:
     
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    Who new Ham and Cheese w/ a pickle was so complicated.:supergrin:
    Enjoy.:cool:
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    It's serious business, it's the epitome of English cuisine. Well, fish and chips are anyway.
     
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    I like fish and chips too.tom.:wavey: