toastie


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toastie

[ˈtəʊsti] n (British)sandwich m grillé
a cheese and ham toastie → un croque-monsieur

toastie

n (Brit) → Toastschnitte f, → getoastetes Sandwich
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is beef fatteh, passion cake, and toastie es nd breakfast, Next on the menu and aubergine followed by n fruit ice cream nd a cheese for supper.
THIS open partridge toastie is my way to take the toastie experience to a whole new level," says Tom.
The Muncheese menu will include items like the simplest cheese toastie, the Caerphilly cheese steak sub roll and the three-cheese-mix mac 'n' cheese, and the Camem-sharer - a Camembert-filled bread-bowl served with a garlic and herb dip.
Fortunately, there is no need to imagine with an easy way to make your toastie dreams come true.
JOHNSTON Mooney & O'Brien has been forced to recall packs of its Toastie 800g Pan after discovering they may contain pieces of blue plastic tubing.
but it has a similar feel with banal conversations, like the merits of a cheese toastie.
The daily special - a Tikka Toastie with "chicken tikka", cheese and red onions in brown bread - was tasty if a bit messy, with the sweet fruity curry sauce, like a spicy Coronation Chicken, melting into the melty cheese.
When I was at Newcastle Uni, my best snack was fish finger toastie.
EXPECT TO PAY A wholemeal pasta salad with feta, olives, sundried tomato, rocket and balsamic dressing costs PS6 and a sausage and caramelised onion breakfast toastie PS3.
She famously tried to sell Amy to Roy and Hayley and you always felt she'd have happily swapped her daughter for a cheese toastie.
Toastie Taylor - a founding member of the seminal hip hop act New Flesh (Big Dada), Toastie has collaborated with artists such as BT, Evil Nine, Adam Freeland, DJ Vadim, Si Begg and Roots Manuva.