A holiday is always a good opportunity for triple pork nirvana. However, I have passed up the opportunity a few times this week, because there has been a lot of lovely fish to tempt me, and I do like some fish beside the seaside. The day started as usual with some bacon and egg rolls to fuel our forthcoming cycle ride.
Today, the power of pork was compelling. We had a lovely ride over from Snape to Orford, parked our bikes in the beer garden of The Jolly Sailor, popped in to reserve a table for lunch (it gets busier than you’d imagine for an October lunchtime), had a quick stroll around the village, and then came back to eat. A very nice Cumberland sausage baguette, onion marmalade, salad and vegetbale crisps.
After a lovely lunch in a lovely seaside pub we carried on with our ride and popped in to Snape Maltings when we had finished, to stock up on some food and drink goodies at The Food Hall – well worth stopping by if you’re in the area.
We drove back to Reydon for a quick shower and change, and then out into Southwold for dinner at The Sole Bay Inn. This pulled pork burger proved to be a perfect way to achieve triple pork nirvana today.
A well rounded nirvana today and a very tasty one. It’s about quality not quantity.