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On toast 09:49 - May 28 with 2450 viewsChurchman

After last Monday’s sardine success, yesterday’s using up of the Saturday cob was cheese. Boring! I hear you say. Well, half was made with Double Gloucester, the other with Cornish Cheddar, strength 7. Half had tomato slices and a sprinkle of French herbs, the other a dash of Hendersons Relish.

Now both were a success. Another success is using sardine and tomato paste like pate. I.e. toast, butter then a layer of the potted slurry. All good.

Has anyone got any other good ideas for toast, beyond obviously beans, bacon, tomatoes etc?
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On toast on 09:54 - May 28 with 1662 viewsGavTWTD

Mackerel (in water). Drain, mash it up with loads of black pepper and balsamic vinegar.

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On toast on 09:54 - May 28 with 1659 viewswkj

Melty Onions on toast. You saute some thin sliced onions in butter (the real stuff) and a little sugar so they sweat for about 20 minutes until golden. Optionally at this point you add a splash of brandy and reduce it down to nothing and then salt and pepper to taste.

Spread the onions over toast and melt some cheese on top of the onions with a splash of the Orange label sauce of choice.

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On toast on 09:59 - May 28 with 1614 viewsleitrimblue

Pan tumaca, con manchego or jamon.

Feeling a tad European this morning
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On toast on 10:03 - May 28 with 1591 viewswkj

On toast on 09:59 - May 28 by leitrimblue

Pan tumaca, con manchego or jamon.

Feeling a tad European this morning


Sounds like Klingon to me

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On toast on 10:04 - May 28 with 1579 viewsleitrimblue

On toast on 10:03 - May 28 by wkj

Sounds like Klingon to me


I believe the Klingons were a quarter Spanish
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On toast on 10:09 - May 28 with 1539 viewsChurchman

On toast on 09:59 - May 28 by leitrimblue

Pan tumaca, con manchego or jamon.

Feeling a tad European this morning


I’ll have to look them up, but sounds fun!
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On toast on 10:15 - May 28 with 1498 viewsleitrimblue

On toast on 10:09 - May 28 by Churchman

I’ll have to look them up, but sounds fun!


Is a great way to start the morning. Other meats an cheeses are available
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On toast on 10:17 - May 28 with 1491 viewsbelgablue

Have recently taken to a cheese toastie with sundried tomato paste. Highly recommended.

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On toast on 10:45 - May 28 with 1434 viewsDJR

For breakfast I have two toasted slices of M&S crafted sourdough, made with wheat and rye over 35 hours.

On each slice, I drizzle a desert spoon of Spanish virgin olive oil, and top it with thin slices of French, Swiss or Spanish hard cheese (such as Gruyere or Comte).

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On toast on 10:53 - May 28 with 1393 viewsNthQldITFC

On toast on 09:54 - May 28 by GavTWTD

Mackerel (in water). Drain, mash it up with loads of black pepper and balsamic vinegar.


...topped off with a thin slice of cucumber.

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On toast on 11:06 - May 28 with 1373 viewsChurchman

On toast on 09:54 - May 28 by GavTWTD

Mackerel (in water). Drain, mash it up with loads of black pepper and balsamic vinegar.


Liking the sound of that
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On toast on 11:07 - May 28 with 1359 viewsSwansea_Blue

On toast on 09:54 - May 28 by GavTWTD

Mackerel (in water). Drain, mash it up with loads of black pepper and balsamic vinegar.


Mmm. Picked herrings work too.

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On toast on 11:54 - May 28 with 1314 viewsGeoffSentence

You can take your cheese, your beans, your bacon and put them in the bin. Throw all the fancy foreign stuff, your fish, your balsamic vinegar, tomatoes and pesto or whatever right in there on top of them.

Marmite.

You just can't beat it.

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On toast on 11:59 - May 28 with 1290 viewsleitrimblue

On toast on 11:54 - May 28 by GeoffSentence

You can take your cheese, your beans, your bacon and put them in the bin. Throw all the fancy foreign stuff, your fish, your balsamic vinegar, tomatoes and pesto or whatever right in there on top of them.

Marmite.

You just can't beat it.


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On toast on 12:08 - May 28 with 1247 viewsGeoffSentence

On toast on 11:59 - May 28 by leitrimblue

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Thought that might divide opinion

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On toast on 12:10 - May 28 with 1242 viewsChurchman

On toast on 11:54 - May 28 by GeoffSentence

You can take your cheese, your beans, your bacon and put them in the bin. Throw all the fancy foreign stuff, your fish, your balsamic vinegar, tomatoes and pesto or whatever right in there on top of them.

Marmite.

You just can't beat it.


Mrs C likes that, but it’s a no from me. Tried it - too much. Like twiglets though and I like last week’s suggestion of on a beef burger.

Cheese and anchovies might work - sort of pizza vibe.
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On toast on 12:15 - May 28 with 1206 viewsGeoffSentence

On toast on 12:10 - May 28 by Churchman

Mrs C likes that, but it’s a no from me. Tried it - too much. Like twiglets though and I like last week’s suggestion of on a beef burger.

Cheese and anchovies might work - sort of pizza vibe.


Here's a favourite of mine, toast with a smidge of marmite topped with a fried egg.

Umami.

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On toast on 12:17 - May 28 with 1189 viewsRobTheMonk

Fry up some courgette and garlic, add some egg for posh scrambled eggs. Fry up some halloumi slices. Put it all on some toast, with a little bit of fresh mint and lemon juice. Delicious!
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On toast on 12:17 - May 28 with 1188 viewsleitrimblue

On toast on 12:08 - May 28 by GeoffSentence

Thought that might divide opinion


Look poor Phils busy enough without having to deal with your deliberately divisive posting.

Perhaps you could stick to more light hearted and less divisive topics such as the Gaza conflict
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On toast on 12:22 - May 28 with 1171 viewsLord_Lucan

On toast on 09:54 - May 28 by GavTWTD

Mackerel (in water). Drain, mash it up with loads of black pepper and balsamic vinegar.


I'll raise your mackerel (in water) to mackerel in tomato sauce and put a load of dried chilli flakes over it.

Other "On toast" faves are

Cheese and tomato on toast - but using tinned tomatoes

Dripping on toast - preferably beef or goose.

Toast Toppers

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On toast on 14:35 - May 28 with 1084 viewsChurchman

On toast on 12:22 - May 28 by Lord_Lucan

I'll raise your mackerel (in water) to mackerel in tomato sauce and put a load of dried chilli flakes over it.

Other "On toast" faves are

Cheese and tomato on toast - but using tinned tomatoes

Dripping on toast - preferably beef or goose.

Toast Toppers


The dripping idea sounds interesting. Very old skool. I take it you can buy it.

In Malaysia I had curry and baked beans for brekkers and a slice of toast alongside and I often zazz up the bumble b bean with chilli powder and pepper and have that on toast. I guess curry on toast is an idea?

The tinned tomatoes is a good one. My mum used to do that.
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On toast on 14:42 - May 28 with 1063 viewsBluespeed225

On toast on 09:54 - May 28 by GavTWTD

Mackerel (in water). Drain, mash it up with loads of black pepper and balsamic vinegar.


Mackerel from a tin is a very underrated fish. Tuna gets the glory, sardines ( not in a tom sauce) a worthy contender, but your mackerel takes some beating.
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On toast on 14:55 - May 28 with 1024 viewsDanTheMan

On the tinned fish front, my wife bought me back some tinned codfish in garlic and olive oil. No idea what to do with it but I was thinking maybe just a simple aglio e olio given it basically has all the ingredients in the tin.

TWTD, give me some good ideas.

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On toast on 14:58 - May 28 with 989 viewsGavTWTD

On toast on 14:55 - May 28 by DanTheMan

On the tinned fish front, my wife bought me back some tinned codfish in garlic and olive oil. No idea what to do with it but I was thinking maybe just a simple aglio e olio given it basically has all the ingredients in the tin.

TWTD, give me some good ideas.


Curry was my first thought.

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On toast on 15:10 - May 28 with 944 viewssoupytwist

On toast on 12:22 - May 28 by Lord_Lucan

I'll raise your mackerel (in water) to mackerel in tomato sauce and put a load of dried chilli flakes over it.

Other "On toast" faves are

Cheese and tomato on toast - but using tinned tomatoes

Dripping on toast - preferably beef or goose.

Toast Toppers


Lidl do tinned mackerel in spicy tomato sauce so you don't have to add your own chilli flakes. If you like spicy things, adding some extra chilli to it doesn't do any harm.

Delicious lunch for the working from home days. My wife complains when she comes home from work as she says she can still smell the tin, even when I've washed it up and put it in the recycling.
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