Amazing addition to Full English discovered!

Published: 16th Mar, 2009

Want cheese with that, babe?

cheese-singles

With great recipes, it’s sometimes hard to improvise and actually improve. Culinery minds like Marco Pierre White and Heston Blumenthal have been attempting to put their mark on old classics for years – Pierre White by adding ketchup, Blumenthal by hurling liquid nitrogen at anything in his eyeline. And yet, once in a while, the little man will stumble headlong into a magnificent discovery, as we did just this weekend. All the usual ingredients for a Full English were there: the five a day (tomatoes, beans, fruit juice… scrambled eggs), sausages, bacon. Then, in a moment of recklessness, muffins were toasted, and slices of processed cheese were placed on the top, then popped under a nearby grill (set to a medium heat). The results were nothing short of mind blowing, and the Full Interestment was born. Please, help yourself. Tuck in.

Josh Burt
About the author:
Josh has been a writer and journalist for the best part of twenty years and has written for modern staples like FHM and Cosmopolitan and The Daily Telegraph and The Sun. He has also written a small handful of so-so books that you can still buy.

2 Responses to Amazing addition to Full English discovered!

  1. Arthur or Martha says:

    Another top tip for plastic cheese? Take a small-medium sized carrot and simply wrap said cheese around it. Take a bite, go on. This little morsel is the perfect lazy person’s canape.

  2. forty-forty five says:

    in a similar vein, try a processed cheese slice sandwiched between 2 Real McCoys (cheese flavour). bosh

    what a versatile cheese

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