A crusty French baguette
Slices of Montgomery’s Cheddar
How to make it
Ploughman’s is the quintessential British sandwich. It’s just the ticket for an on-the-go lunch and is sure to keep you stuffed until dinner.
- Slice the baguette in half and butter one side
- Add a layer of washed lettuce
- Follow with slices of the Montgomery’s Cheddar
- Spread on a generous portion of Perfect Ploughman’s Pickle
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A history of Ploughman’s
You’d be forgiven for thinking a Ploughman’s Lunch is hundred’s of years old, but according to agreement from various sources including the BBC, the phrase ‘Ploughman’s Lunch’ was first promoted by the Milk Marketing Board in the 1960s. It was part of a campaign to promote the sales of cheese, especially in pubs. Here’s a history of the Ploughman’s Lunch.