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Having a delightful lunch with my significant other, I wondered would a perfectly put together BLTs be the preferred lunch of Steampunk world?
I love to cook and eat! What an inspired idea for a group.
Though considered peasant fair, Welsh Rabbit is my favorite culinary delight from the British Isles.
2 cups shredded sharp cheddar
½ cup ale
2 tablespoons butter
½ teaspoons paprika
¼ teaspoon dry mustard
1 egg, beaten
6 slices of toast
Heat cheese, ale, butter, and seasonings in a double boiled boiler; stir until smooth.
Slowly add 2 tablespoon of hot cheese to the beaten egg to temper, then add back to melted cheese.
Stir until thickened.
Serve over toast.
I use extra sharp cheddar, dark ale, and sourdough bread. Milder cheese, regular beer, and white bread can be used.
I have found a MOST useful site that directs you to tea rooms and tea suppliers in the USA:
We were directed to it by Sarah and Brad, the owners of FANCY THAT, a tea room in Brockton MA. Lovely people, nice to chat with.
That would have been a sight. I could just see kids running around thinking "our parents have lost their minds-they're setting the food on fire." Naturally, once they realized all is well, now its cool-so do it again. Kids-bless them, they make life interesting.
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