A Conversation for Toasted Sandwiches
Merkin Posted Jul 8, 1999
Spiny, would the acronym RHBNC send an un-nerving chill down your spine?
P.S. I'm well aware that this has nothing to do with toasted sandwiches, but go with it, I'll work some form of brevilled condiment into it...
Kirky Posted Jul 9, 1999
I thought pot noodle was the students friend. Any way I love toasted sandwhiches and here is my favorite and messy recipe. Banna's and runny honey, it may take awhile for the clean up.(You could always get some one else to do this) It is pure devine and will cheer up any one, even sheep
Doktor B-Zitch Posted Jul 9, 1999
If you have a large buddy (which are a given in a frat house) SIT on your sandwich maker, you should be able to fit any solid substance into your tasty snack treat. Also try: water-cooler water-bottles; microwaves; large cats; even frozen turkeys!
The man in the shack Posted Jul 10, 1999
Place a stack of twelve slices of bread onto the machine, press firmly and toast....BINGO....your very own "Russian dolls" toastie!!!
SPINY (aka Ship's Cook) Posted Jul 13, 1999
Sorry Merkin: "Racked His Brains, No Clue" is the best I can do. Care to offer enlightenment?
Merkin Posted Jul 13, 1999
SPINY (aka Ship's Cook) Posted Jul 19, 1999
Ah no. Edinburgh University was my alma mater. But given that I was there '72-'77, I could probably claim to have nicked the nickname before your mate did, thus making me the original imposter.
Researcher 23 Posted Jul 19, 1999
find one good size doppleganger, Beat it abundantly about the head, continue untill said doppleganger is dead
..... well i'm sure we are all smart enough to figure this one out !
season to taste. enjoy.
svr Posted Aug 18, 1999
The cheese and onion toasted sandwich is my all time favourite (I was a University student for 7 years, so I've been through a few toasted sarnies!) however a warning must be issued here:
The onion gets INCREDIBLY hot, the water in the onion must get close to boiling point!
There are many occassions when my desire to plunge my teeth into the culinary delight despite knowing the consequences have led to considerable buccal discomfort often lasting several days!
Mmm, fatty goodness.
Randolph Carter Posted Sep 7, 1999
A rather nice thing I tend to do is to chop up some mushrooms, and fry them in the machine whilst it's heating up, then stick them in the bits of bread with some cheese and ham or something. You get the plates all buttery and mushroomy and the bread goes all nice.
Unless you hate mushrooms of course, in which case the bread goes all horrible.
Another nice thing is bits of apple covered in brown sugar and cinamon. Of course, you have to be careful of the sugar. I swear they must make napalm in Breville machines.
And has anybody got one of them Breville pie makers? I simply must buy one. Imagine being able to make your own pies whenever you want, with whatever you want in them..
Mr Carnitine Posted Sep 7, 1999
One of those usually never purchased tiny cans of beans, cheese, brown sauce. Put the bread on the toastie maker, pour over the beans and grate the cheese over the top. Add the sauce and then crack and egg over each slice. Perfect. Although it must be said that th wranings about ketchup and spag also apply here.
Mimyal Posted Oct 18, 1999
The French, the people of the west most famous for their cooking, got names for one of the simplest toasted sandwich and its more luxurious friend. The Croque Monsieur is the staple food for bachelors (of what era?) and is simply a toasted sandwich with a filling of hard cheese, ham and tomato. It works fine for female bachelors as well for their male friends or the families they may found or... - I mean it is so simple!
The second toasted sandwich I know the French make is the Croque Madame and it is just the same as the above Monsieur but topped with a fried egg.
I have heard about variants with white sauce, but why make it difficult?
AEndr, The Mad Hatter Posted Jan 11, 2000
Mr Carnitine Posted Jan 12, 2000
Not quite enough, a lot more could be said to a therapist, and never mind what a chef would ssay about Bovril in a sandwich!
AEndr, The Mad Hatter Posted Jan 12, 2000
I am a chef, official one to the Aroma Cafe, to the Forum and Firkin, to the Dragon Queen of Damorgan and even in my flat. And this chef says "yummy!"
Mr Carnitine Posted Jan 14, 2000
AEndr, The Mad Hatter Posted Jan 14, 2000
i was born after the 60s threfore I am over 60s.
The Researcher formally known as Dr St Justin Posted Jan 16, 2000
I have to say that my personal favourite is corned beef. I was introduced to this one by my girlfriend a couple of weeks ago, and thought it was devine. However, without a sandwich toaster of my own, it's going to be difficult experimenting with it. Maybe some sort of carbohydrate - beans or potatoes (ready cooked) would go with the CB. Hey - how about a corned beef hash sandwich? Anyone tried/willing to try it?
Randolph Carter Posted Apr 15, 2000
How about just hash? That would be awesome.
E the mad therapist (..wanna TALK about it?!?) Posted May 18, 2000
Absolutely 'nuff said on that one.
Big up yourself!
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- 21: Merkin (Jul 8, 1999)
- 22: Kirky (Jul 9, 1999)
- 23: Doktor B-Zitch (Jul 9, 1999)
- 24: The man in the shack (Jul 10, 1999)
- 25: SPINY (aka Ship's Cook) (Jul 13, 1999)
- 26: Merkin (Jul 13, 1999)
- 27: SPINY (aka Ship's Cook) (Jul 19, 1999)
- 28: Researcher 23 (Jul 19, 1999)
- 29: svr (Aug 18, 1999)
- 30: Randolph Carter (Sep 7, 1999)
- 31: Mr Carnitine (Sep 7, 1999)
- 32: Mimyal (Oct 18, 1999)
- 33: AEndr, The Mad Hatter (Jan 11, 2000)
- 34: Mr Carnitine (Jan 12, 2000)
- 35: AEndr, The Mad Hatter (Jan 12, 2000)
- 36: Mr Carnitine (Jan 14, 2000)
- 37: AEndr, The Mad Hatter (Jan 14, 2000)
- 38: The Researcher formally known as Dr St Justin (Jan 16, 2000)
- 39: Randolph Carter (Apr 15, 2000)
- 40: E the mad therapist (..wanna TALK about it?!?) (May 18, 2000)