Wordless Wednesday: a few slices of cheddar short of a ploughman’s

Marathon onion-pickling session done. Now I just have to wait until they're ready! Photo: Su Leslie, 2015

Marathon onion-pickling session done. Now I just have to wait until they’re ready! Photo: Su Leslie, 2015

I’m getting the hang of this domestic goddess lark. Have spent the last few days making pickled onions and more sourdough bread. Now we just have to dust off the Big T’s cheese-making kit and we’ll be on the way to a decent home-made ploughman’s lunch.

The sour-dough is coming along. First attempt at a white loaf. Photo: Su Leslie, 2015

The sour-dough is coming along. First attempt at a white loaf. Photo: Su Leslie, 2015

But I guess we might have to start a micro-brewery too.

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38 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: a few slices of cheddar short of a ploughman’s

  1. That loaf is an absolute triumph, Su. As to places to settle we have chums in Wanaka, having retired from working at Dunedin Uni. They’ve been there a couple of decades, building a house on land they bought. Nigel (Zega) a journalist writes, reviews on various things in the local press. They love it there.

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    • I’m embarrased to say I just looked up Surinam on a map. To my credit, I did vaguely know it was in South America (or is it considered central America). But I didn’t know about the Dutch connection. If we get the B&B going, you’ll have to come visit. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Haha yeah its not a real country anyways more like a really big village. Considered part of the Caribean or South America. Only 500.000 inhabitants. Oh id defentinly come by… anything to escape boring old holland. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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