Deliciously Simple - Cheese Toasties

I love food, good food that is and great ingredients. I love sourcing ingredients, trying new ingredients, adapting recipes and growing food, making food an experience and I love to cook.
I don't just love elaborate meals either, I am a big fan of simple.
I have noticed that since the occurance of all the gorgeous cooking shows (yes I love a lot of them too) people seem to be overlooking some of the classics, the basic dishes that are beautiful, simple and delicious.
Like a REAL cheese toastie...
I'm not talking a white bread, processed cheese roadhouse grab and eat but rather a plate of deliciousness cooked with love from great ingredients like a beautiful rich, dense bread with real flavour, good cheese and a great mustard and I like to through in some delicious greenery in there too or have some on the side and you have this amazing, satisfying and also very simple dish.

'Food doesn't need to be complicated to be good, in fact some of the simple recipes are often the best'

These cheese toasties were made in my kitchen using local Sunshine Coast ingredients thanks to the Maleny Supa IGA who now also deliver to most of the Sunshine Coast and have online shopping -now what busy mum doesn't love that idea!'
And I can tell you as a busy work from home mum with two girls under seven seeing a van arrive with carefully packed yummy, healthy ingredients is exciting indeed!
In particular these toasties contain the most incredible mustard, Macadamia Mustard by Terra Australis from Maleny and Essential Grain Olive bread from Noosaville both found at the Maleny IGA.

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  2. I'm a huge fan of the toastie too Rebecca! Nothing quite like it :) We're doing them using vegan cheese now, which is often terrible - but we've discovered a great one (you probably saw it in my latest blog). So one of my vegan-induced heartbreaks has now been remedied haha.
    x

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  3. Me too Bridget!
    I know it is triky to find one that melts right but there are a few vegan cheeses and one soy cheese in particular that I love!! So yum :)

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