Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Belmont Fodder

Yet again, for another countless time, I attached the venerable nose-bag for a memorable dinner.

Tonight, at Belmont GHQ, I had the fresh loin of cod-fish with parsley sauce; mashed potato with lashings of Jersey butter; and broccoli.

It was divine. The fish was moist, flaky and really fresh.

As any cove shall tell you, Timothy Belmont enjoys his bit of pudding thereafter. This evening was no exception.

It was moist, juicy, creamy and I devoured it.

Lady A will attest that I got stuck in to the "afters" about half an hour after the main course, last Saturday night: The noble Earl devoured that spongy Pavlova instanter.

Tonight it was the County Down blackberry sponge, made freshly in the Belmont kitchen.

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