Branstonnaise is a new one on me: I’ve just discovered the third high-entropy food product to feature on this blog. It has prompted me to share a recipe for a sandwich. Ultimate Cheese is its name, and Sarah invented it while we lived in New Zealand. It doesn’t contain Branston pickle, but it does contain mayonnaise and another brown, tasty sandwich sauce.
Note: the recipe is opinionated re: bread colour and cheese form (sliced over grated).
We discovered a new type of cheese while on holiday this year in France. In fact, you could say we invented it.
If you own a campervan or are a keen camper you might have been introduced to the concept of “Condimental”. I won’t reveal the name of the friend who shared that word with me, but in our family we had already independently begun practising this slightly nefarious and gently thrilling collection activity.
We returned home from a wonderful holiday with some wonderful friends and found our bathroom scales in the middle of the floor.
They came in handy for checking airline luggage allowance on the way out, waited patiently while we gorged on meat, cheese, Campari and rosé wine, and then provided confirmation of exactly what we feared when we got home.
Photo album from Villa Novia