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Re: Taeks On Toast

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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby JT99 » 01 Nov 2017, 08:29

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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby Rodney Farva » 01 Nov 2017, 20:40

I would like to offer a slight addendum to my earlier taek on toast.

Rodney Farva wrote:have to differentiate between the rye breads.

jewish rye (seeded or unseeded) is the absolute finest toasting bread ever created and a fine argument for the existence of god. i call it 'jewish rye' because growing up we would get grossinger's rye with carraway seeds, which i think was known as 'jewish rye' but maybe there is another way to describe it. toast it, spread some butter on it, then a slice of muenster cheese, man oh manischewitz that's delicious.

with all apologies to the good people at schnitzer's, marble rye is closer to pumpernickel. neither makes for a nice toast. toasting pumpernickel or marble rye just makes it taste a bit stale. both are good untoasted for sammiches, however.

a poached egg on toast is delicious.

a slice of melted cheese on a piece of toast is not the same as a grilled cheese because you don't get the melted butter permeating the grilled side which ends up with a better crunch and oh so slight carmelization.

i haven't seen it elsewhere but here you often see a snack or appetizer called chili cheese toast. as you would guess from its name, you get melted cheese with a little bit of sliced chilis on a slice of toasted bread. it is very nice.

all just my $0.02 for your ignoring pleasure.


I wanted to make Muenster on toasted and buttered seeded Jewish rye tonight, but we were out of Muenster so provokone slices came off the bench. damned good, that nice little provolone bite added a nice twist to the proceedings. better than the Muenster? may well be. further research is warranted.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby Gregs Kite » 02 Nov 2017, 05:13

Sounds very nice. Please keep us posted.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby TVF wannabe » 02 Nov 2017, 09:52

Rodney Farva wrote:I would like to offer a slight addendum to my earlier taek on toast.

Rodney Farva wrote:have to differentiate between the rye breads.

jewish rye (seeded or unseeded) is the absolute finest toasting bread ever created and a fine argument for the existence of god. i call it 'jewish rye' because growing up we would get grossinger's rye with carraway seeds, which i think was known as 'jewish rye' but maybe there is another way to describe it. toast it, spread some butter on it, then a slice of muenster cheese, man oh manischewitz that's delicious.

with all apologies to the good people at schnitzer's, marble rye is closer to pumpernickel. neither makes for a nice toast. toasting pumpernickel or marble rye just makes it taste a bit stale. both are good untoasted for sammiches, however.

a poached egg on toast is delicious.

a slice of melted cheese on a piece of toast is not the same as a grilled cheese because you don't get the melted butter permeating the grilled side which ends up with a better crunch and oh so slight carmelization.

i haven't seen it elsewhere but here you often see a snack or appetizer called chili cheese toast. as you would guess from its name, you get melted cheese with a little bit of sliced chilis on a slice of toasted bread. it is very nice.

all just my $0.02 for your ignoring pleasure.


I wanted to make Muenster on toasted and buttered seeded Jewish rye tonight, but we were out of Muenster so provokone slices came off the bench. damned good, that nice little provolone bite added a nice twist to the proceedings. better than the Muenster? may well be. further research is warranted.


I never see "Jewish" Rye anymore, growing up Jewish Rye meant it wasn't as good as regular rye bread. All the local places carry Rye it's just not called Jewish Rye.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby babylurch » 02 Nov 2017, 10:34

TVF wannabe wrote:
Rodney Farva wrote:I would like to offer a slight addendum to my earlier taek on toast.

Rodney Farva wrote:have to differentiate between the rye breads.

jewish rye (seeded or unseeded) is the absolute finest toasting bread ever created and a fine argument for the existence of god. i call it 'jewish rye' because growing up we would get grossinger's rye with carraway seeds, which i think was known as 'jewish rye' but maybe there is another way to describe it. toast it, spread some butter on it, then a slice of muenster cheese, man oh manischewitz that's delicious.

with all apologies to the good people at schnitzer's, marble rye is closer to pumpernickel. neither makes for a nice toast. toasting pumpernickel or marble rye just makes it taste a bit stale. both are good untoasted for sammiches, however.

a poached egg on toast is delicious.

a slice of melted cheese on a piece of toast is not the same as a grilled cheese because you don't get the melted butter permeating the grilled side which ends up with a better crunch and oh so slight carmelization.

i haven't seen it elsewhere but here you often see a snack or appetizer called chili cheese toast. as you would guess from its name, you get melted cheese with a little bit of sliced chilis on a slice of toasted bread. it is very nice.

all just my $0.02 for your ignoring pleasure.


I wanted to make Muenster on toasted and buttered seeded Jewish rye tonight, but we were out of Muenster so provokone slices came off the bench. damned good, that nice little provolone bite added a nice twist to the proceedings. better than the Muenster? may well be. further research is warranted.


I never see "Jewish" Rye anymore, growing up Jewish Rye meant it wasn't as good as regular rye bread. All the local places carry Rye it's just not called Jewish Rye.

Hmm, I understood that Jewish Rye was better than goyische rye bread...
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby ctz31 » 02 Nov 2017, 10:39

babylurch wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:
Rodney Farva wrote:I would like to offer a slight addendum to my earlier taek on toast.

Rodney Farva wrote:have to differentiate between the rye breads.

jewish rye (seeded or unseeded) is the absolute finest toasting bread ever created and a fine argument for the existence of god. i call it 'jewish rye' because growing up we would get grossinger's rye with carraway seeds, which i think was known as 'jewish rye' but maybe there is another way to describe it. toast it, spread some butter on it, then a slice of muenster cheese, man oh manischewitz that's delicious.

with all apologies to the good people at schnitzer's, marble rye is closer to pumpernickel. neither makes for a nice toast. toasting pumpernickel or marble rye just makes it taste a bit stale. both are good untoasted for sammiches, however.

a poached egg on toast is delicious.

a slice of melted cheese on a piece of toast is not the same as a grilled cheese because you don't get the melted butter permeating the grilled side which ends up with a better crunch and oh so slight carmelization.

i haven't seen it elsewhere but here you often see a snack or appetizer called chili cheese toast. as you would guess from its name, you get melted cheese with a little bit of sliced chilis on a slice of toasted bread. it is very nice.

all just my $0.02 for your ignoring pleasure.


I wanted to make Muenster on toasted and buttered seeded Jewish rye tonight, but we were out of Muenster so provokone slices came off the bench. damned good, that nice little provolone bite added a nice twist to the proceedings. better than the Muenster? may well be. further research is warranted.


I never see "Jewish" Rye anymore, growing up Jewish Rye meant it wasn't as good as regular rye bread. All the local places carry Rye it's just not called Jewish Rye.

Hmm, I understood that Jewish Rye was better than goyische rye bread...


More like jewish why.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby TVF wannabe » 02 Nov 2017, 10:47

babylurch wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:
Rodney Farva wrote:I would like to offer a slight addendum to my earlier taek on toast.

Rodney Farva wrote:have to differentiate between the rye breads.

jewish rye (seeded or unseeded) is the absolute finest toasting bread ever created and a fine argument for the existence of god. i call it 'jewish rye' because growing up we would get grossinger's rye with carraway seeds, which i think was known as 'jewish rye' but maybe there is another way to describe it. toast it, spread some butter on it, then a slice of muenster cheese, man oh manischewitz that's delicious.

with all apologies to the good people at schnitzer's, marble rye is closer to pumpernickel. neither makes for a nice toast. toasting pumpernickel or marble rye just makes it taste a bit stale. both are good untoasted for sammiches, however.

a poached egg on toast is delicious.

a slice of melted cheese on a piece of toast is not the same as a grilled cheese because you don't get the melted butter permeating the grilled side which ends up with a better crunch and oh so slight carmelization.

i haven't seen it elsewhere but here you often see a snack or appetizer called chili cheese toast. as you would guess from its name, you get melted cheese with a little bit of sliced chilis on a slice of toasted bread. it is very nice.

all just my $0.02 for your ignoring pleasure.


I wanted to make Muenster on toasted and buttered seeded Jewish rye tonight, but we were out of Muenster so provokone slices came off the bench. damned good, that nice little provolone bite added a nice twist to the proceedings. better than the Muenster? may well be. further research is warranted.


I never see "Jewish" Rye anymore, growing up Jewish Rye meant it wasn't as good as regular rye bread. All the local places carry Rye it's just not called Jewish Rye.

Hmm, I understood that Jewish Rye was better than goyische rye bread...

The local places are jewish and just call it Rye, the bread labelled Jewish Rye -which I never see anymore- wasn't as good.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby Rodney Farva » 02 Nov 2017, 14:15

i'm talking a pre-wrapped loaf from arnold's or wherever on a supermarket shelf, not taking a trip to schnitzer's.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

Postby Goose » 02 Nov 2017, 14:49

In China they just call it food.
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Re: Taeks On Toast

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