Supper in the Garden, England #WeekendCooking
Most of our evenings in Bath, we processed photos, read books, and ate supper in the lovely garden behind Queensberry Hotel — so pleasant and relaxing when we were still recovering from jet lag.
Cider in Britain was wonderful. Americans have to be warned — cider has as much, or more, alcohol than beer. I really enjoyed it.
We had lots of good sandwiches in England, but these might have been the best. We ordered two sandwiches and shared them. One was salmon, pickle, and dilled cream cheese. The other was a chicken club with a soft-boiled egg which was a brilliant addition.
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The think I miss the absolute most from the time I lived in the UK is cider. American cider is awful in comparison. Good cider on tap — especially those from Normandy — are heavenly, especially in the summer or for lunch.
Love the idea of soft-boiled egg in a chicken club, and the garden looks like a perfect spot for a relaxing dinner. Bath is wonderful!
I’m so intrigued by the idea of a soft boiled egg on a chicken club. It sounds fabulous. We had some British friends who were stationed here for a little while and she spent most of the time trying to educate me in the ways of British food. She couldn’t sell me on kidneys but she did get me hooked on cheese and pickle sandwiches! The garden looks absolutely lovely. Such a nice relaxing dinner.
Love sandwiches in the UK. I also posted food from england today.
Adding a soft boiled egg to a club sandwich – brilliant! And I like the sound of the salmon one too…a spin on a smoked salmon platter.
Oh yum to those sandwiches and good British cider. My mouth is watering!
Looks like you were having a lovely time – nice to relax in the evenings. Cheers
I love the crusts are off the bread! Great label on the cider, too funny.
This looks so relaxing.
I’ve never tried cider I must admit.