How To Use the Two Remaining Tomato Slices That, for God Knows What Reason, You Decided To Not Use in Your Previous Meal
Prep:5 m
Cook:10 m
Total:15 m
Servings:1
Cuisine:American 🇺🇸 British 🇬🇧
Course:Breakfast

How To Use the Two Remaining Tomato Slices That, for God Knows What Reason, You Decided To Not Use in Your Previous Meal

Evelina

  

This “recipe” somehow happened to be my favorite breakfast ever. Nostalgia has kicked in, I suspect. Gone forever, and surely will be missed. Ordering some prayers as we speak – on eBay. In memoriam to the time when I didn’t need any truffle oil on my fucking everything, let’s make something that anyone’s three-year-old nephew would eat. 

The secret for the perfect toastie is butter abuse. Please be so kind and butter both sides of each bread piece. You’ll thank me later. Why? One side is a must for crunch; the other one is THE NECESSARY lube agent. Duh.

Ingredients:

  • 2 slices of sandwich bread;
  • 2 slices of your favorite cheese (just do cheddar or scrap the cheese from yesterday’s pizza takeaway);
  • 1 slice of ham (make it a square; you can also use bacon bits if you prefer);
  • 2 tomato slices;
  • the max amount of butter you can digest;
  • put a candle on top of the thing if it’s your birthday

How to make:

  1. Butter each side of each piece of bread. Pro tip: I’ve heard adding butter to anything makes it keto. Always listen to health experts!
  2. Let’s layer: bread, cheese, ham, tomato, cheese, bread.
  3. Now elegantly put your sandwich in the toastie maker (or what’s its name?) and happy birthday (if celebrating).

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