Bacon Sandwiches

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    Tosspot Guest

    Indeed are tops, and, as a special treat fried with cheese. <yumyum>
    Tosspot, Nov 14, 2003
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  2. A fried sandwich? *boggle*



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    Alan.T.Gower Guest

    I was just thinking about doing the same.

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    Tosspot Guest

    Well, I thought Bacon Sandwiches deserved their own special thread. And
    tonight I'm going to get some tomatoes to do bacon, tomatoes and cheese
    all fried and in two slices of bread :)

    I will be a fat git very soon :(

    But very happy :)
    Tosspot, Nov 14, 2003
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    athomik Guest

    Would that be fried melty cheese (interesting concept) or something lioke
    Halloumi, which develops a brown crust without melting?
    athomik, Nov 14, 2003
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    Tosspot Guest

    The ordinary in a toasty type cheese. Melts luvverly all over the
    crispy bacon and tittilates the taste buds and oh God I just have to
    make one *NOW*.
    Tosspot, Nov 14, 2003
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    Catman Guest

    Could I just recommend Dolcelatta at this point. Much yummy in the
    bacon sarnie

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  9. Bacon on top of a toasted bagel with cream cheese, now that's good.
    Power Grainger, Nov 14, 2003
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    M J Carley Guest

    ^^^^^ ^^^^^

    Shome mishtake shurely? Even before we see meat and dairy combined.
    M J Carley, Nov 14, 2003
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    Andy Hewitt Guest

    Oooh yes, you just have to try a 'cheese dream' - a fried cheese
    Andy Hewitt, Nov 14, 2003
  12. am I the only person on the planet who doesnt like bacon?

    even the smell makes me want to retch.

    even the veggies I know seem to miss the stuff.

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    Adrienne M Jenn, Nov 16, 2003
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    ogden Guest

    I suspect the entire populations of Israel and Pakistan are in agreement
    with you on that one.

    Which just goes to show, doesn't it.
    ogden, Nov 16, 2003
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    Hog Guest

    It's one of the things I settle for around breakfast time now. It does
    nothing for me and I certainly didn't miss it in 16+ years of vegetarianism.
    Hog, Nov 16, 2003
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    Frank_Leake Guest

    Heretic! Jeez....

    Frank_Leake, Nov 17, 2003
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    Charders Guest

    Too fatty......
    Now bacon sandwiches with fried tomatoes......or bacon and mushroom
    Charders, Nov 17, 2003
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    BRC Guest

    I love it, but am allergic to it *sob*. And I really do miss bacon sarnies.
    BRC, Nov 17, 2003
  18. No.

    I don't like it either.
    William Grainger, Nov 17, 2003
  19. I did remark at the time why this is not a 'standard' bagel topping.
    Power Grainger, Nov 17, 2003
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    Pip Guest

    Now I'll grant you that bagels (especially onion bagels) are wonderful
    things, but I have a bit of a problem with the hole in the middle when
    stuffing them.

    Therefore I submit to you my favourite hot snack - take a medium-sized
    "cottage" bread roll, the sort with a bump on top. Make two deep
    slices in one side, one above the other and angled downwards. Stuff
    the top cut with a thick slice of your favourite good smelly cheese
    and the other with a goodly wedge of coarse pate.

    Microwave the whole thing, as it is, for a couple of minutes or until
    the cheese is well melted and the pate has softened. Cut another
    slice into the knob on the top and insert a slice of fresh tomato, or
    a couple of sun-dried tomatoes.

    Scoff with care.
    Go from feeling cold and hungry and pissed off when leaving the
    workshop at 11pm to feeling warm and comfortably stuffed inside ten
    Pip, Nov 17, 2003
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