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Cheese For Lunch: 5 New Takes on a Ploughman’s Lunch

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My favorite sort of meal! TheKitchn blog has a few suggestions for the traditional “ploughman’s lunch”.

A ploughman’s lunch doesn’t have to be something that’s only done in England. Because really, shouldn’t making cheese the centerpiece of a meal be a universal concept? Think of it as a deconstructed sandwich.

A ploughman’s lunch is a simple template: pair cheese with some bread, chutney, and maybe some meat or pickles or hard-boiled egg, and call it a lunch. But what about getting a little creative with it? Here are five new takes, showing how easy it is to switch it up.

via Cheese For Lunch: 5 New Takes on a Ploughman’s Lunch The Cheesemonger | The Kitchn.

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One comment on “Cheese For Lunch: 5 New Takes on a Ploughman’s Lunch

  1. I’m totally having something like this for dinner – thanks for the inspiration!

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