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All In London
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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd September 2009 at 16:01


The cheese toastie


I just made a simple old cheese toastie for lunch on the AIL toastie maker. With ketchup it really was one of the best lunches I've had in ages.

Why is it that the ingredients are identical and the cooking process very similar yet the taste of a toastie is far better than cheese on toast... one of life's mysteries I suppose.

Anyone else have a nice lunch?

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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd September 2009 at 16:12


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I just made a simple old cheese toastie for lunch on the AIL toastie maker. With ketchup it really was one of the best lunches I've had in ages.

Why is it that the ingredients are identical and the cooking process very similar yet the taste of a toastie is far better than cheese on toast... one of life's mysteries I suppose.

Anyone else have a nice lunch?

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aww yesterday arvo i made 2 massive spaghetti and cheese toasties

mmmmm were delicious


krunchie frog
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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd September 2009 at 16:29


Last week I had ham and cheese and BBQ sauce toasties. Num num num!!!


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mistakenplane
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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd September 2009 at 20:33


Cheese & BBQ sauce = joy.

I prefer a Croque Monseuir though : )


irishpiccolo
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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd September 2009 at 22:16


Had a ham/cheese/tomato toastie for tea tonight - and couldn't agree with you more that it's nicer than just melted on toast - perhaps because there's two sides of bread on either side?

Hmmm.


All In London
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 13:05


ORIGINAL: irishpiccolo

Had a ham/cheese/tomato toastie for tea tonight - and couldn't agree with you more that it's nicer than just melted on toast - perhaps because there's two sides of bread on either side?

Hmmm.




I don't know what it is IP (can we call you that?) but it's one of life's magical mysterys.


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All In London
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 13:06


ORIGINAL: mistakenplane

Cheese & BBQ sauce = joy.

I prefer a Croque Monseuir though : )




Mmmmm.

I'm partial to a "Toast Hawaii" when in Germany. Ham, melted cheese and pineapple on toast, it's what everyone eats in Hawaii I believe.

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krunchie frog
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Posted: Thursday the 3rd September 2009 at 13:19


Sounds like a credit crunch hawaiian pizza


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Posted: Friday the 4th September 2009 at 13:23


Today for my lunch I gots cheese and onion crisps and cadbury chocolate. I eat a crisp then eat some chocolate then eat a crisp then chocolate. For some reason I find it works. It shouldn't.

For best results use Whole Nut.


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Posted: Friday the 4th September 2009 at 13:32


Why didnt this go to the top of the list thing? cause I posted after my own post?


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Natalie:)
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Posted: Wednesday the 9th September 2009 at 20:55


Cheese + Ketchup = No.

I actually had a toastie today, a ham and cheese now that was nice.






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