Melted perfection on toast in over 100 recipes.
A uniquely British phenomenon, there is something magical about cheese on toast. Two simple ingredients that, when put together, are the greatest of comfort foods and the quickest of meals. At its most basic level, this staple of many a British teatime is a delicious pairing, as award-winning cheesemonger Steve Parker shows in this celebration of the nation's favourite cheeses.
British Cheese on Toast will take you on a tasting tour of British cheeses, showcasing the absolute best along the way. From Cheddar to Wensleydale via soft, blue, smoked and goat's, in this book you'll find over 100 recipes plus advice on which cheese to use with which type of bread, as well as suggestions for innovative sweet and savoury flavour combinations to take things to another level.
With a handy guide to shops where artisan cheeses featured in the book can be bought, as well as tips on using supermarket and own-brand cheeses, British Cheese on Toast is a complete celebration of this traditional meal. The perfect gift for cheeselovers everywhere.
*Isle of Mull Cheddar with Whiskey Soaked Haggis
*Waterloo with Roasted Cherries
*Tunworth with Roasted Garlic, Rosemary and Honey
*Grandma Singleton's Lancashire Macaroni Cheese
*Appleby's Cheshire with Apricots
*Real Yorkshire Wensleydale with Crystallised Ginger
*Old Winchester Aubergine Parmigiana
*Colston Bassett Stilton with Figs and Honey
*Cornish Blue with Tenderstem Broccoli and Almonds
I honestly didn't know there were so many ways to toast cheese - genius! - Patricia Michelson, La Fromagerie
[British Cheese on Toast] reveals how you can upgrade the simple dish with more than 100 amazing and delicious recipes . . . Steve Parker delves into the UK's top dairy delights to create delicious flavour combinations. - Daily Star
A collection of unusual and tempting recipes - Sunday Post
Steve Parker takes you on a tasting tour of British cheeses - Take A Break
Steve Parker recently wrote a book called BRITISH CHEESE ON TOAST. Any prime minister would be well advised to retain him as a special adviser on the subject... - The Times