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  1. #1
    Wayne Guest

    Default Rec: Swiss toast

    My brother and I visited a farm family in Holtville California last
    September. The lady of the house made Swiss toast for breakfast. We
    had never had this before and it was wonderful. I ate it plain, her
    daughter put jam on it and a neighbor used syrup on his. When I got
    home, I made it for Dee and she has requested it once a month since then.

    Enjoy

    Wayne

    Swiss Toast

    3 c Swiss cheese grated (or a mixture of sharp cheddar & Swiss)
    1/3 c Parmesan cheese shredded
    1 egg beaten
    1/4 c flour
    1/4 c milk
    1 tsp. baking powder
    4 t0 6 slices bread of your choice (sour dough is good)
    butter

    Mix all ingredients except butter and bread. Butter one side of bread
    only.
    Spread mixture on un-buttered side of bread about 1/4 in. thick.
    Mixture should
    not be too wet but should stick together. Place toast cheese side down
    in well
    buttered griddle or fry pan. Brown well and turn over to brown buttered
    side.

  2. #2
    projectile vomit chick Guest

    Default Re: Rec: Swiss toast

    On Mar 22, 10:40*am, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    > My brother and I visited a farm family in Holtville California last
    > September. *The lady of the house made Swiss toast for breakfast. *We
    > had never had this before and it was wonderful. *I ate it plain, her
    > daughter put jam on it and a neighbor used syrup on his. *When I got
    > home, I made it for Dee and she has requested it once a month since then.
    >
    > Enjoy
    >
    > Wayne
    >
    > * Swiss Toast
    >
    > * 3 c * Swiss cheese grated (or a mixture of sharp cheddar & Swiss)
    > * 1/3 c Parmesan cheese shredded
    > * 1 * * egg beaten
    > * 1/4 c flour
    > * 1/4 c milk
    > * 1 tsp. * * * *baking powder
    > * 4 t0 6 * * * *slices bread of your choice (sour dough is good)
    > * butter
    >
    > * Mix all ingredients except butter and bread. *Butter one side of bread
    > only.
    > Spread mixture on un-buttered side of bread about 1/4 in. *thick.
    > Mixture should
    > not be too wet but should stick together. *Place toast cheese side down
    > in well
    > buttered griddle or fry pan. *Brown well and turn over to brown buttered
    > side.


    THREE CUPS of cheese on FOUR TO SIX slices of bread? Plus another 1/3
    cup of Parmesan? That's a lot of ****ing cheese, dude.

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