BLT with roquefort and no lettuce. In fact a BRT.
Fried goats' cheese. Easy to do -dunk discs of goats' cheese in beaten egg, roll in breadcrumbs and fry in olive oil until beginning to melt.
I followed this lovely little supper with Shadowlands, in which Anthony Hopkins is superb.
My only nightie has been in this sorry state for over a year now. The holes have spread right down the back.
The time to make do has come to an end.
I made a trip to M&S today where I found two pretty white nighties.
Now I have come over all Jane Austen and I shall be watching Sense and Sensibility (for Alan Rickman rather than Hugh Grant) later this evening.
This evening's supper was probably the most delicious thing I have eaten during my not camping holiday.
Baked eggs with cream.
Butter a small ovenproof dish.
Crack two eggs into it. Sprinkle over a little grated gruyère if you like -I do like- before finishing with a scattering of parsley and a few spoonfuls of cream.
Bake at 190°c (170°c fan oven) for 15-20 minutes.
The first time I made baked eggs I followed Elizabeth David's instructions and baked them for 4-5 minutes.
Don't do this. They will not just be underdone; they will look exactly the same as they did when you cracked them into the dish. Not even warm.
You can of course jazz these eggs up with a little chopped ham, chopped tomato, cooked mushrooms, fried bacon. Tarragon or chives instead of parsley would be delicious.