Flatbreads

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Taking my inspiration today from a trip to Kirkness & Gorie, and from watching Raymond Blanc. We begin our meal with a baked cheese and some lovely flatbreads to dunk into it. To wash it down we have a very fine Amontillado sherry.

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The breads are just out of the oven, the cheese will be baked later. If I had realised just how very quick and simple the flatbreads would be, I might well have started them later in the day than I did.

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There are too many for supper. I shall use the remainder tomorrow with a carrot soup – the cumin, kalonji and salt on top of the breads should make for perfect partners.

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