Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Cheese and Tommy toe toastie



Double points if you can name which sketch the title of thid post comes from :) hehhehe


This rather alluring jaffle is pretty fab. Thin slices of Sweet and Sour Rye with caraway seeds ( I think this is what you call pumpernickle Nic?), Vine ripened tomatoes, onion sprouts and grated pecorino. Oh yeah. Simple and perfect sustenece after a hard days slog.

17 comments:

farmgirl said...

What a yummilicious photo! Mmmmmmm. Just think, soon you will be taking pictures of sandwiches (and a million other things) made with tomatoes from your own garden!  Woohoo! Hmmmm. Right when we are in the dead of winter. Hmmmmm. Might have to take Eat Stuff hiatus. : )

P.S. I always think of pumpernickel bread as being very, very dark.

P.P.S. Did you bake that bread? 

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Clare Eats said...

I know I can't wait!!! and fresh apple cucumbers mmmmmmm

:P Fine Then!

Yeah I wouldn't call it pumpernickle, shrinkenbrot :)

No I didn't bake the bread.... way to reveal my shame! If anyone has a recipe I want it!!!!! It is a great sweet and sour rye with caraway that is best in thin slices mmmmm 

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mariko said...

My word that looks delicious. Ohhhhhhhh. 

Posted by mariko

it's only fuel said...

mmmmm....pecorino and tomato...mmmmmmm 

Posted by Katie Carter

Michèle said...

hey, it looks great, but i have no idea where the title comes from! Oh the shame! 

Posted by michele

Clare Eats said...

Hi Mariko
It was simple and so tasty!

Hi Katie
Could life get better?

Hi Michele
Oh you should be ashamed! LOL! 

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Reid said...

Hi Clare,

The sandwich looks yummy even though I don't like sprouts of any sort!  

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Amy said...

I have no idea about the title, either. Tell us, Clare. We must know. 

Posted by amy

Clare Eats said...

Hi Amy
Well I suppose I can.
How about a clue? It has something to do with the leading star of House. hehhehe 

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Anonymous said...

I wouldn't call it pumpernickle. It had to be darker that than. I just like mine on the light side, more like a ryle bread, than on the insanely dense, dark side. I can hear people now: "Come to the dark side Luke, et, Nic!" But I'll stay where I am, I think. 

Posted by Nic

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't call it pumpernickle. It had to be darker that than. I just like mine on the light side, more like a ryle bread, than on the insanely dense, dark side. I can hear people now: "Come to the dark side Luke, et, Nic!" But I'll stay where I am, I think. 

Posted by Nic

Clare Eats said...

LOL
Esp not onions right reid?
Actually they don't tast oniony at all just a nice peppery taste :) 

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Clare Eats said...

Oh I didn't mean it badly nic! I just think you would like the bread ;) The bread is much darker than it looks in the photograph... :) 

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Rachel said...

ok I give up where does the title come from??? 

Posted by Rachel

itookit said...

Hey Clare,

Jaffals, toasted sandwiches are the best and this one looks pretty darn good too.. I know who does the skit but have no idea what the skit name is.. Anyway pointing people in the right direction is "A bit of Fry and Laurie" Laurie being Hugh Laurie from the show House..

Anywho, still haven't decided what to bring to the party on the weekend. should be good.

see you then

Chris 

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Clare Eats said...

LOL
Of course you know who it was by! If you didn't you would have been in TERRIBLE trouble LOL! 

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Beth said...

I may be a few days late, but I'd like to submit my guess that the post's title comes from the book Ramona Quimby. Yes, I used to teach 3rd grade! :) 

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