The Anonymous Widower

Barry’s Gluten Free Muffins

Barry, the chef in my local pub, the Northgate Arms in Southgate Road, is a coeliac, so he knows his gluten-free well.

As today, it was raining when I got my paper from next door to the pub, I popped in for a drink. They were offering a Brunch Menu, which contained Eggs Royale, which is a poached egg on top of smoked salmon and a muffin.

I decided to have one, whilst I read the paper with a drink.

For me, instead of a muffin, Barry grilled a slice of aubergine, added a slice of a large tomato and some spinach to the top as a delicious substitute.

June 18, 2011 - Posted by | Food | ,

2 Comments »

  1. The Northgate used to be called the Dog and Dumplings, so maybe there was something you could have eaten there.

    Comment by Marc | June 18, 2011 | Reply

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