Ploughman’s Sandwich
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Ploughman’s Sandwich

A ploughman’s sandwich (sometimes referred to a ploughman’s lunch or just ploughman’s) is a cold snack or meal originating in the United Kingdom, composed of cheese (usually a thick piece of Cheddar, Stilton or other local cheese); pickle (called “relish” outside the UK), bread (especially crusty bread, which may be a chunk from a loaf or a bap); and butter. It is often accompanied by a green salad; other common additions are half an apple, celery, pickled onions, pâté, crisps, diced hard boiled egg or beetroot. Is served on a plate and can be assembled into a sandwich.

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