A hearty baked potato topped with broccoli florets and gooey, 100% vegan nacho sauce made from standard supermarket ingredients.
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Whiz, steak, and onions, what's not to love?
All that makes French onion soup delicious, minus the stock plus a lot more cheese.
A few softly blistered cherry tomatoes roasted with bacon and thyme make the ideal accompaniment to this savory rarebit. If you're looking for a more filling meal, try topping the rarebit with a runny fried egg, and, as always, serve this light lunch with a cold pint of whatever beer you use to make the dish.
Choose a full flavored beer to give this cheese dip character, then grab a fresh hot pretzel and enjoy.
Choose a full-flavored beer to give this cheese dip character, then grab a fresh hot pretzel and enjoy.
This sandwich is just such a construction of misplaced bits I found in the crisper drawer: thin slices of French ham, a hunk of good cheese, stray leeks, and leftover bread turn into a French bistro-worthy open-faced sandwich that's hearty and rich.
Ham, leeks, and a velvety layer of bubbly, broiled cheddar sauce: ham-and-cheese sandwich that's not so ho-hum.
As I remember it, the world of dippable snacks was simpler when I was a kid. There were perhaps a half dozen brands of salsa on supermarket shelves. Your options were pretty much limited to mild, medium, or hot. Tostitos if you like it sweet and tomato-sauce-y, or Newman's Own if you prefer black pepper, charity, and mustaches. Want cheese sauce? Unless you were willing to drive out to Fuddruckers, that'd either be Velveeta or Cheez Whiz. Take your pick.
Notes: I have 2-waffle iron, with relatively deep grooves. I pour 1 heaping 1/4 cup of batter into each square. Recipe should yield 8 waffles. Waffle recipe adapted from Bon Appétit Ham and Cheese Waffles. Welsh rarebit must be served...