Thursday, 1 May 2014
At the bakery counter, they had some morsels of bread for customers to sample.
It was delicious; so good, in fact, that I inquired about it. It looked rather akin to the kind of dough used in croissants.
They call it a cheese and onion twist, I think.
I bagged one of these, and half a wheaten farl, for my cream of vegetable soup this evening.
I also purchased a fine little steak of beef fillet.
ON arrival at my aunt's house, I left a carton of my soup at her back door.
Posted by Timothy Belmont at 13:13