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    Cheese on toast is utterly marvellous.

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    Premier Icon Harry_the_Spider
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    Slow day in Tory Central Office is it?

    commierider
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    ah but what condiment?

    Harry, I have no idea. It could be for all I know.

    Commie, is there really anything other than Lea & P?

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    What cheese?

    fingerbike
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    Edit:
    Cheese and Marmite on toast is utterly marvellous.

    hora
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    Sat am I had two fried eggs on toast. Fanfuggintasticio

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    a Variant – 3 minute pizza

    Cut generous slice of bread
    Toast one side under the grill
    Remove
    Spread Tomato Sauce on uncooked side and sprinkle dried italian herbs on
    Place cheese (sliced or grated) on top of sauce / herbs
    Grill cheese side until bubbling
    Eat

    mrsflash
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    can’t beat branston pickle on top of cheese on toast.

    Cheesy, today’s feast was made with some of this – http://www.keenscheddar.co.uk/index.htm

    It really does need to be a strong Cheddar, if you ask me.

    commierider
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    agree with the L&P but am partial to a side of HP as well?

    RudeBoy
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    I’m going to see if I can’t toast a bit of cheddar and a couple of slices of Chorizo, onto a bit of German rye bread.

    Premier Icon takisawa2
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    Beans into sieve. Rinse off tomato sauce. Replace with brown sauce. Cook as normal.
    Farts away…

    Premier Icon matthewjb
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    Mid ride on Saturday I had some ‘Yorkshire’ Rarebit.

    This seems to me the ultimate evolution of cheese on toast.

    Cheese, toast and a thick slice of ham. It may even have included some ale.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    I don’t like cheese. I will eat it on pizzas, and will happily sprinkle it on spag bol and the like.

    Would I like cheese on toast?

    Premier Icon Pook
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    ahahahahahahahahhaha

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    you londoners don’t get Henderson’s Relish.
    :mrgreen: hhahaha :mrgreen:

    RudeBoy
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    you londoners don’t get Henderson’s Relish

    No, because we tend to adhere to cleanliness, more often…

    Report: Cheddar and Chorizo, on German ryebread, is a triumph for Angl-Spaino-Germo relations. Truly delish. I shall be doing that again…

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    a Variant – 3 minute pizza

    Too much messing. And it truly is NOT a pizza. The ingredients need to be pure to savour. If you MUST adulterate it – sprinkle herbs and pepper on before toasting and put a BIT of ketchup on afterwards and spread it about.

    Oh and Rudeboy, rye bread is awful. Do not eat.

    PeterPoddy
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    No, because we tend to adhere to cleanliness, more often…

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    Gary_C
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    mrsflash:
    I agree with branston pickle,but it MUST be ‘small chunk’pickle,out of the squeezy bottle……
    It’s the law…..

    Oggles
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    Marmite or Worcestershire sauce.

    *runs to kitchen*

    PeterPoddy
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    agree with branston pickle,but it MUST be ‘small chunk’pickle,out of the squeezy bottle……

    Small chunk pickle is for poofs. Squeezy bottles are for girls.

    MTFU!

    😉

    z1ppy
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    miketually – Yes, without a doubt.

    Next you need to experiment with cheese and Branston pickle sandwiches… mmmmMM.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    small chunk’pickle,out of the squeezy bottle

    Those squeezy bottles are just wrong. Anyone who’s seen a baby have a dump when not wearing a nappy would never use one.

    z1ppy
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    PP – the chunky Branston’s rubbish, you get 2 lumps of onion with half a gallon of sause – total rubbish.

    mogrim
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    Disaster strikes: my kitchen has no grill!!!

    Question to the cheeseygurus: how can I make cheese on toast with no grill???

    Premier Icon binners
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    Rudeboy – a few years ago Greggs briefly did a Cheese and Chorizo pasty. They were utterly fantastic, but they stopped doing them.

    Clearly they remembered that they sell stuff mainly to scrotes. And chorizo is gay!!

    🙂

    PeterPoddy
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    PP – the chunky Branston’s rubbish, you get 2 lumps of onion with half a gallon of sause – total rubbish.

    No you don’t. Just use MORE!

    Anyway, we usually make our own pickle. Green Toamato and marrow and ginger in the cupboard at the minute. Yummy!
    🙂

    Pook, the aforementioned relish is available from one of my local delis, Fortnums.

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    Question to the cheeseygurus: how can I make cheese on toast with no grill???

    Don’t try wedging it in the toaster…

    My father in law tried making cheese on toast in a hotel’s rotary toaster thingy once. It jammed at the back and was a little charred.

    djglover
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    Lincolnshire Poacher is THE best cheese for cheese on toast

    Don’t tarnish it with pickle though.

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    There is toaster friendly alternative.

    get some Pitta Bread and carefully open it to make a ‘pocket’. Be careful, you don’t want any holes in the pocket (except the top). Insert cheese of choice into ‘pocket’ and add additions as required (marmite works really well) and then pop in the toaster (make sure the hole in the pocket is at the top!)

    Premier Icon jimmy
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    I don’t like cheese. I will eat it on pizzas, and will happily sprinkle it on spag bol and the like.

    Would I like cheese on toast?

    Absolutely. Cheese = OK, toasted cheese = out of this world.

    Personally, a scratching of black pepper is all it needs, but L&P / Hendersons are first to hand if back up is required.

    Small-chunk Branston? I’m going to have to ask for your badge and your gun…

    Today I’m manily eating chease on tost with Tabsco

    Premier Icon Pook
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    Pook, the aforementioned relish is available from one of my local delis, Fortnums.

    but like guinness in dublin, it doesn’t taste the same if it’s not in sheffield

    mogrim – Member
    Disaster strikes: my kitchen has no grill!!!

    Question to the cheeseygurus: how can I make cheese on toast with no grill???

    oldgit
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    Topping for cheese on toast = Anchovies.

    I’m having a bit of a dribble now.

    bigsi
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    Cheese on toast with a spread of Dijon mustard applied to the bread BEFORE topping with cheese and grilling gives a rather cheeky kick up the nose on eating.

    Try it, you might like it 😉

    Has to be L+P, using a knife to create little pockets so it does not run off. Has to be good strong cheddar.

    Even better, Heinz baked beans on top of the cheese, but remember to put plenty of tabasco in the beans first. Must be eaten with Tesco traditional pickled onions.

    Second oldgit that even better than that is achovies on top of the cheese, but not with the L+P

    Premier Icon matthewjb
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    how can I make cheese on toast with no grill???

    Lay the toaster on its side. What can go wrong?

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