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  • iDave
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    egg and marmalade

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    I am partial to grated cheese and diced onion.

    bullheart
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    Chicken in white sauce.

    FoxyChick
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    Cheese, tomato and tomato sauce…just as long as the boiling hot tomato doesn't slide out as you bite into it and slap you on the chin, removing a layer of skin!!!!! 😈

    tails
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    Cheddar and philadelphia cheese, butter the outside of the bread. Nom Nom Nom

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    Bit of salami, extra mature cheddar, blob of brown sauce on the side.
    Cor.

    Hungry now!

    llama
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    baked beans with mini sausages

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    Mars Bar! CU used to sell them in the common room at uni.

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    Cheese, salalmi, pineapple and jalapenos.

    strong cheddar and baked beans, with marmite spread on the outside!

    aphex_2k
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    Oh yeah, had to be buttered on the outside of the bread.

    No matter how hot a toastie is, regardless of filling, you always think "I'll just have a bite". Many a time had melted molten cheese stuck to the roof of my mouth. Ouch. And Yum. All at the same time.

    Kuco
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    Bacon with Brie.

    neninja
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    Good call on bacon and brie

    I still love strong cheddar, ham and mushroom too

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    Brie and parma/serrano ham does it for me.

    I think some of you need to get down Boots and buy a pregnancy test. Weirdos.

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    i used to be partial to bacon and fried egg toasties.

    pre-cook the bacon, but just crack the egg onto the bottom slice before you put the top on and shut the lid.

    yum… might dig out the toastie machine when i get home.

    ooh, actually, i think i have some reblochon in the fridge, maybe i'll make a croque monsieur (or a madame, with an egg on top)

    Dave

    Spaceman
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    Mushy peas! Batchelors tinned ones to be precise, lovely especially with some broon sauce.
    Discovered one night as a student when I had nowt else to hand during an attach of the munchies.

    Kuco
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    Why are all modern sandwich makers crap. Had a old Tefal that was donkeys years old and use to do loverly toasties getting the bread a nice golden brown. I've tried a couple of new ones and I think i'd get better results toasting over a candle.

    aphex_2k
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    Just woke up from a sleep after a night shift. Feeling half-zombied, looking through the cupboards….The Breville toastie maker. YAY!

    Cheese toastie classic FTW…

    What would you have?

    Joxster
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    Bacon and Banana

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    baked beans and banana – yum yum

    Corned beef, strong cheddar and onion.

    Baked beans DO NOT work in a toastie. They become hotter than a reactor pile and the taste changes completely.

    organic355
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    TUNA MELT (Tuna & Cheddar), with extra jalapenos!!!

    carlosg
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    cheese and rasberry jam, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm nomnomnom

    khani
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    stewed apple and a bit(a little bit) of cinammon, butter outside of bread
    mmmmmmmnomnomnom

    cheese and branston pickle yummy scrummy

    poisonspider
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    Tried this for the first time recently, it was very nice.

    Chicken tikka and cheese panini, in a B&Q caff of all places.

    khani – stewed apple and a bit(a little bit) of cinammon, butter outside of bread
    mmmmmmmnomnomnom

    +1 like a macdonalds apple pie but nicer.

    toys19
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    t®ibal©hief – Member

    egg and marmalade

    Sound good, I always make bacon, sausage, egg and marmalade sarnies, never thought of just egg and marmalade.

    algarvebairn
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    I don't think bacon and brie is in the spirit of the Breville. Surely it should always be cheddar based. When I were a lad I had cheddar with onion or beans or ham or nothing on heavy rotation.

    I bought a toastie maker recently from Asda. £5 it cost. Much the same as the bread, cheese, beans, onion and ham. Not as good as the Breville but still does the job.

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    Bacon, brie, cranberry and red onion pickle (baxters)

    mike_p
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    Cheddar + spring onion on granary bread, can't be beat!

    If any of you toastie lovers work in the City of London you could do a lot worse than track down Jonathan's… the turkey, salami + cheese specials are sensational

    rootes1
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    jelly tots – you get a whole packet inbetween two slices of bread

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