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How to Make Cheese Toast in Your Office Kitchen


Cheese toast: it seems easy enough, right? Well, yes, and that’s exactly the point. Keep a stash of bread, cheese, and choice condiments in your office fridge, and you’ll always have a delicious lunch or snack when in desperate need two toaster oven cycles away. Food52 recommends toasting the bread before topping it with cheese (and any mustard or other condiments) to preserve its crunch.

First, the toast: I like a thick slice of sourdough, which maintains a layer of chew between its crispy faces. Avoid overly hole-y loaves, as cheese will leak through their cracks. Once it’s golden, layer it with cheese that melts, then pop it back into your mini-oven until it bubbles and browns. If you’d like to embellish, swipe your bread with mayo or mustard first. 

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Becca Haley-Park

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Rebecca Haley-Park is an assistant editor for culture: the word on cheese, and is responsible for all the delicious content on our Facebook page and Twitter feed. When not writing for the magazine you can find her creating cocktail recipes and pairing them with cheese.

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