6 Feb

london 9.34am 9C sunny wednesday 2019

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coleslaw on toast is really very nice. it so happened that i saw these coleslaw reduced to 13p, 600mg, and the bread were 8p for a whole loaf, they were polish bread, with so many polish people here in uk, the supermarkets are catering to them by making their style of bread. though i cannot see the difference from baguette bread. they are a bit denser than the baguette, i think. but i am not sure. i dont buy baquette that often to know the difference. this morning i used them for breakfast, but they are good for tea, or lunch, or anytime really as a snack. i think it is the mayonnaise that makes it so more-ish.

the funny thing is there is a free breakfast given by a cafe in carnaby st, this morning, and all mornings this week. but i have been too lazy to go. it is between 8am-11am. i know, free food and i am turning my nose up at it. what is the matter with me!! you may well ask!

3 Responses to “breakfast”

  1. Garfield Hug Wednesday February 6, 2019 at 3:11 pm #

    Interesting combo of coleslaw on bread. Polish bread is that like sourdough bread? I like dense and heavy breads as it has lesser sugars. I remember when young there is a white bread that is so soft that I could squish a slice into a tiny ball. Full of air bubbles and light, when toasted is great for kaya or ice cream wrapper.

    • alifesgayventure Wednesday February 6, 2019 at 7:02 pm #

      i googled tesco polish bread as that was where i bought it, and u r right, it is sourdough. its perfect with coleslaw.

      • Garfield Hug Thursday February 7, 2019 at 2:51 am #

        HAHA! I love sourdough! Try it with Philly cream cheese on toasted sourdough. Yummy !

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