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Ploughman’s Lunch

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Hearty (and healthy) lunchtime recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1 whole Pickle
  • ½ cups Cheese
  • 2 cups Salad Greens
  • ½ loaves Small Baguette
  • 1 whole Hard Boiled Egg (optional)
  • 1 whole Banana
  • 1 whole Apple
  • ½ cups Seasonal Berries
  • 1 whole Veggie Meat Patty
  • Dessert Of Your Choice
  • _____
  • FOR THE DRINK:
  • 6 ounces, fluid Tonic Water
  • Orange Juice
  • Splash Of Grenadine

Preparation

A proper Ploughman’s Lunch calls for 4 staple ingredients: pickled onions, meat, pickles and crusty bread. The beauty of this recipe is that it has no right answer. As long as you have some type of bread, cheese, meat, veggie and fruit served together, you have a recipe for Ploughman’s Lunch.

For a low-fat Ploughman’s Lunch, prepare the pickle, cubed cheese of your choice, salad greens in your choice of dressing, baguette of bread (warmed), and hard-boiled egg (optional). If you’d like an extra veggie side, try celery with peanut butter or carrots with ranch dressing. For the fruit, slice the banana and apple and place in a bowl with the berries of your choice. For the meat portion, choose something like a veggie burger patty. A slice of quiche is a nice alternative.

Lastly, choose a small dessert of your choice. A few pieces of chocolate or a low-fat granola bar is a nice choice.

For the drink, in a glass, pour the tonic water. Top the rest of the glass up with your choice of 100% juice and a splash of grenadine.

Feel free to add or subtract any ingredients you’d like to make your own perfectly-tailored version of Ploughman’s Lunch.

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