A ploughman’s lunch is a cold snack or meal originating in the United Kingdom, served in pubs, composed of cheese, bread .Other common additions are grapes. It is usually served with beer. I decided to call my version ploughman’s dinner (I’m sure you can guess why).
To make it a bit more international, I chose French cheeses and wine, and some German fruit mustard. The cheese biscuits (instead of bread come directly from the UK).
It is perfect for a meal in front of the TV. Here are some pictures and the music to go with: Land of Hope and Glory.