I had fun making this with my daughter this weekend. I loved the way the mustard and worchestershier sauce mixed with the cheese to provide a wonderful flavor!
I loved this Rarebit, made exactly as posted. The mustard and the worcestershire sauce were just the right amount to make this super tasty. Thank you Karen for a wonderful cheesy delight.
This is a great cold weather food. Also I dont have beer handy so it was great to find a recipe with alternatives. Yummy!
Yep. Found it! I was just crawling on the kitchen floor taking out all the cooking utensils and pans I don't necessarily use often that sit lonely and unused at the back of an old cupboard. I was looking for my mother's double boiler that I "borrowed" from my Dad's house a while ago. This recipe is a perfect use for this workhorse of the kitchen. Of course, as FT mentioned a bowl set over a pot of simmering water works just as well, however; I wanted to do it the "old" way. My cheese melted perfectly~next steps worked just as wonderfully, in fact the whole recipe is so easy, I am not sure why you wouldn't want to make it everyday, it's THAT good! I love Jane Austin and what a grand sandwich of toasted cheese this makes. I didn't change or add anything. This is one of those recipes that doesn't need to be played with. Served with fresh tomatoes, pickles, and a deviled egg. Perfect, FT~thank you for posting!
so good and I always love the history that comes with your recipes!!