If you love sardines and the rich, tangy preserves known as Branston Pickle, your ship has come in. This is an easy mixture of sardines and pickle to spread on hot buttered toast.
A traditional variation on Welsh Rabbit.
If desired, serve with side dollops of whipped cream or extra-thick double cream.
March 23rd is Melba Toast Day. Enjoy some melba toast with some cold cuts and cheeses, or alongside a soup or salad, or maybe with some cream cheese and smoked salmon on it.
Alright, if you hate mushrooms or horseradish, the title is your first clue that you ain’t going to like this recipe. But if you like both, the little bit of futz factor getting the mushrooms ready is worth it.
A complete meal, absolutely ideal for a winter’s evening, and it doesn’t take forever to get it to the table.
Fine for a quick lunch on your own, or serve with a salad and you have a quick winter’s lunch you can serve to guests. Probably each person will want two pieces of toast at least.
The classic cheese on toast recipe.
The 3rd of September is Welsh Rarebit Day. It celebrates the whimsical Welsh dish that is actually just a thick cheese sauce on toast, with no rabbit involved at all!
A yummy brunch idea. Nice with slices of good fresh tomato on the side.