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Welsh Rarebit and Bacon-Roasted Tomatoes on Cheddar Beer Bread

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 1 comment

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. More

Welsh Rarebit with Roasted Tomatoes

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 6 comments

Rarebit makes a fantastic light supper or hearty snack to have at a pub after a few pints of beer. A simple mixture of sharp cheddar cheese, beer, cayenne, and mustard served hot on crisp toast can be topped with an egg if you're in the mood for a runny yolk. More

Welsh Rarebit on Beer Waffles with Bacon and Tomatoes

Serious Eats María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

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... More

Gail Simmons's Welsh Rarebit with Guinness and a Fried Egg

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

In Talking with My Mouth Full, Gail Simmons claims that this is the "perfect dish to accompany a marriage proposal," which, of course, accurately lines up with her own story (which comes in chapter 13, if you want to know). Though my own experiences with the dish don't exactly line up, I do have fond memories of Welsh Rarebit—a warming meal of toasted bread with a cheese sauce spiked with Worcestershire sauce. More

Dinner Tonight: Welsh Rarebit with Brussels Sprouts

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 16 comments

Welsh rarebit just seemed right. It was devastatingly cold outside, and I needed something to warm my insides and soothe my head. For those of you scratching your heads, Welsh rarebit is English dish of a cheese sauce on toast. But it's so much more than that, as the cheese sauce combines beer with a good aged Cheddar. It also contains a good dose of Worcestershire sauce and mustard, so it has an edge. It's wonderfully complex, and a far cry from most cheddar sauces. More

Serious Cheese: For Cheese Dip, Toss the Velveeta and Try Welsh Rarebit

Serious Eats Jake Lahne 23 comments

Welsh rarebit, on toast, broiled. [Photograph: adactio on Flickr] I have a confession to make. In my 26 years, I have never watched a Super Bowl. Heck, I've never even sat through an entire football game. So my position as... More

Cook the Book: Welsh Rarebit

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 11 comments

Photograph from adactio on Flickr I have always intrigued by Welsh rarebit. Is it really Welsh? Why does the name sound so much like rabbit? What's a rarebit anyway? I did a little poking around, and here is what I've... More

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