Wednesday, September 12, 2007
One quick note: we've had dinner at three or four different homes now and all of them have wanted to show us what a proper English tea is (they use tea for what we call dinner), which includes: roasted meat (either lamb, chicken, beef or pork), potatoes (either boiled or roasted), boiled veggies, and Yorkshire pudding. Yorkshire pudding isn't actually pudding at all, but a flaky bread roll with an indentation in the middle which you pour gravy into - it's pretty good. I think it's pretty funny that we've had the same "proper roast" so far at every home. Don't get me wrong, the food and people have been great. Just a funny observation.