When my SiL came to pick the grandchildren up after work yesterday he asked conversationally (he’s chatty like that)
‘What are you having for tea?’
I said ‘Cauliflower and broccoli cheese’.
He wanted to know what we were having with it and was surprised when I said that was the meal, nothing else.
We always as children in Scotland just had this as a complete meal (well not the broccoli 🥦 I don’t think it had been invented in the 1950s).
Do others find it odd that there was nothing being served with it?
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