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Cheese Dreams Recipe

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Contributor:  
Uncle Kev and Aunt Sue
Added: Monday, March 30, 2009

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Uncle Kevin's " Cheese Dreams"
This is a recipe for a late night snack or a Sunday brunch when you are tired and hungry - it comes to you from our early married days in Cambridge MA

Sliced bread ( toast lightly)- Multi-Grain works best
Fry up some bacon ( depending on how many - these will be open sandwiches and you will need at least 2 or 3 pieces of bacon per slice of bread)
Thinly Slice tomatoes ( enough to cover each slice of bread)
Sandwich type Slice of Cheddar Cheese or American Cheese ( About two slices per slice of bread)
On a baking sheet arrange the lightly toasted slices of bread ( spread a little mayo on each piece). Place some slices of tomato on the bread ( Salt and pepper if you like) then layer slices of bacon and slices of Cheddar Cheese. ( If you are married to an Italian sprinkle a little oregano on top)
Bake or broil till cheese melts- Enjoy!!!

 

 

 

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