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February 03, 2010


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Adrian Morgan

Presumably if you just use sliced cheddar from the supermarket it isn't a rarebit of any description; it's just cheese on toast. :-)

One of my own standard cheese-on-toast variations includes tomato paste, sliced black olives, and diced bacon. (Though I don't use all of those ingredients all of the time.)

I also do a lettuce-and-tuna cheese-on-toast sometimes. The tuna is one of those pre-flavoured tins you can buy; my usual choice is lime-and-cracked-pepper flavour.

I'd probably normally consider my personal cheese-on-toast recipes too trivial to mention, but since this post hasn't received any comments in five years I figure it could use the love.

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