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What are good variations on the classic straight up cheddar and white bread?
pure amazing like
garlic bread with cheese
2 of my favourite things...COMBINED!
melt cheese add some dark ale, mustard, worcester sauce and a bit of pepper
add ale to it without sogging it?
i add everything together (everything alari has bar mustard), mix it around then spread on top of cheese and grill. if you get the quantities right it works
and simmer it very gently for a little while. The cheese binds it together very well.
There are other recipes that use flour to thicken it up, but to my mind that's cheating.
add some chilli - mmm - or get some cheddar cheese with chilli already in it. yum. Tomato ketchup is also essential with any cheese/bread combo.
finger chillis scattered around, possibly with some red onion too
on the ketchup. little bit on the side of your plate for dippage. lovely.
i love tuna.
worcester sauce too.
I'm making one tomorrow
and damn nice.
I think I remember hearing of it now. It's been on Wallace and Grommit, no?
I think they at least mention a couple in one? Idk, it's been years since I've seen a Wallace and Grommit.
Brilliant, all my British cheese knowledge coming from there.
Smells like your dad's feet
I'd have to take my own. Sort it out Obama.
But yeah, you have to go to specialty shops for a good selection of cheese.
I kinda stole this from the bagel factory
little cherry tomatoes sliced. Then the cheese. Then a generous sprinkling of thyme.
Very quick way to do cheeseontoast if you're rushed:
Grate a load of cheese in a bowl, chop up some tomato and chuck some thyme all in together. Toast down. Microwave for 2 minutes. Toast pops up, spread gorgeous cheese mixture on to toast with spoon and knife. Kettle on, cup of tea made in about 45 seconds. Cheese cooled and solidified and just about ready to eat.
Both do. I don't own a cheese grater, can you believe that? STUDENT, etc.
I want a cheese toastie with onions and jalapenos, stat.
and a toastie maker, and it's a deal.
I'm putting the ingredients in the toastie maker for you! You're breaking my balls here.
24 hour spar HERE I COME
get some pasta sauce you've already cooked up at some point, add other toppings, mozzarella etc, toast that shit et robert est ton oncle etc
I was going to ask in a factorama thread the other day but DiS wouldn't let me post, do/did you study languages?
Also, folks, my fact: a concha is also a baked good.
With lots of black pepper.
although it's making me hungry.
We need more DiS recipes.
Or just not used Up North? It's always been 'cheese on toast' in my family. I'd only heard of grilled cheese from my ex playing The Sims.
I know that, apparently, Brits and North Americans do their grilled cheeses differently, thanks to some ancient thread with Ella Strawberry, but I'm not sure/can't remember what the difference is. Our grilled cheese is like a toasted cheese sandwich, basically. Generally done in a frying pan.
you don't use a grill to grill, you use a pan?
what we call 'barbecuing' they call 'grilling' ie heat source below food
what we call 'grilling' they call 'broiling' ie heat source above food
why it's considered grilling when it's clearly fried i don't know
It's still heat source below the food. Also, a grilled cheese is closely related to a broiled cheese sandwich. Also, what you call barbecuing we sometimes call barbecuing.
Now everyone who's replied looks stupid. For those who remember stupid-boy who stayed at my house once (friend of my housemates), he made "grilled cheese" sandwiches with salad. Salad. And he burnt them. One of the many reasons I hate him.
He was like "That's what you do!" I sighed.
I've yet to decide how to deal with the situation.
I mean, lettuce alone in a grilled cheese sounds massively wrong, but full-on salad? What was in it? He didn't go so far as to add dressing, too, did he?
Oh god Alex, you've brought back such bad memories :(
Did he peel the cucumbers or no? If you can go on.
but I think he just sliced them.
mouth wateringly amazing.
shame on you DiS, shame on you
I heated the beans up a bit beforehand. The toasting made them smoothish and nicer than I've ever had them. Though bizzy tells me you can't get refried beans in the UK. (I can't get some of the things you've mentioned either, ftr. Suck it!)
You will be all set.
The ones I have atm are out of a can, you know.
MY FRIEND I MET IN GUAT IS COMING HERE IN 2 WEEKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
If so, have him/her take care of it!
he's from belgium and studing in the Netherlands. Night night alley xx
cheese on toast is worthless without it.
inspired by the most sickenin pizza Ive ever had, i'll let this thread know how it goes