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Friday, June 26, 2009

Baked Bacon & Cheese Open Sandwich

Open-Faced Bacon  Cheese Sandwich
After 6 years of marriage, only now did I learn of hubby asking for this type of open sandwich that he used to make for himself when he was still living alone.
He said just set the oven on low broil (or high; just keep looking), lay the bread slices on the pan, place sliced cheeses then top with bacon. He said the cheese would be toasted or burnt and that was inevitable. (Actually I like toasted cheese on pan de sal reheated in oven toaster.) I experimented by adding egg on mine near the end of broiling the second batch (which was not too successful as it slid down right away; I had to scoop the cooked egg from the pan).

Truly a food trip for a hot summer day!


  1. My husband and daughter would love that..

  2. hello,i got here thru the link you posted at FB,
    I hope you don't mind if I post your link to the foodtripfriday site,so others can visit you. :)

  3. chubs,
    Ako naumay agad...di ko maubos 2.

    Hi Willa,
    I would appreciate that very much. I could not figure out how to do it appropriately. Thanks!


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