Lunches for the week were mostly cold roast pork with cold roast veg. I peeled and chopped sweet potato, parsnip, turnip and swede into big chunks then roasted them with chillies and chopped ginger for a great accompaniment to the pork and then through the week they are spice hot and sweet at lunch time. It took about five minutes each morning to slice some meat and put it into tubs with a couple of big spoonfuls of roast veg and a bundle of fresh rocket. Add a clementine and a couple of biscuits and est voila! Lunch is ready. Friday we had the rest of the steamed pork and eggs with rice for a very chinesey treat, packed after dinner Thursday for a quick getaway next morning.
We were a little later than usual on Saturday getting to Borough Market but not too late and it was a bit busier but not horrendous. There was a sign outside the Ginger Pig saying pork rib chops £2 and, thinking they were racks of spareribs asked for one. Quite meaty looking chops so went with it anyway in the freezer and also got a big piece of pork shoulder on the bone for slow Sunday roast - £17.20