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    • pavlovs_dog
    • By pavlovs_dog 24th Jun 05, 9:06 PM
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    • 24th Jun 05, 9:06 PM
    ploughamns 24th Jun 05 at 9:06 PM
    hey guys...another challenge for you all

    every saturady, me and the MIL take it in turns to do a big meal for the the four of us (MIL,FIL, OH and me). this saturday is my turn, and because of the hot weather, i fancy something simple...and the idea of a ploghmans pub style lunch/supper came to mind. the problem is i've never really had one before, so im not 100% as to what i should be including!

    i was thinking along the lines of

    bread roll variety
    selection of sliced cold meat
    ham and egg pie?
    cheese(s)
    pickle

    full side salad - lettuce mix, cucumber, tomatos, beetroot, pickled onions, coleslaw etc etc

    any more ideas/suggestions/variation-on-a-theme twists that i can surprise everyone with?

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    • squeaky
    • By squeaky 24th Jun 05, 9:11 PM
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    • 24th Jun 05, 9:11 PM
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    • 24th Jun 05, 9:11 PM
    I reckon you've more than got it covered there. Bread, cheese, pickle, and a simple plain salad is the usual fare. The bread is usually thick doorstep cuts, or rolls.

    So you'll definitely be at the top end of the market with yours
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    • littlelibrarylass
    • By littlelibrarylass 25th Jun 05, 7:39 PM
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    • 25th Jun 05, 7:39 PM
    i like a nice crisp apple half with my ploughmans
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    • 25th Jun 05, 10:06 PM
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    • 25th Jun 05, 10:06 PM
    Oh, my hubby had some excellent ploughmans while we were on holiday. But you have definately got it covered there

    Salad, usually lettice, tomatoes, cucumber, celery
    meat, he usually had ham
    pickle
    bread - nicer when it's warm
    and he did have an apple and coleslaw with one of them.
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