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Old 09-18-2012, 12:38 AM   #1
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Make this the night before, and enjoy with a green salad.
Combine 1/4 cup butter with 1-2 Tab of Dejon and spread on 12-1/2 in thick slices of good bread. Make sandwiches using thick slices of sharp cheddar about 1/4 in slices Trim the crusts and fit the 6 sandwiches into a large baking dish. Beat 4 eggs into 2 &1/2 cups milk and add 3-4 tab. chopped chives,2 tab. fresh chopped parsley, salt and pepper. Pour this over the sammies and let stand at least 2 hrs. best is over night.in refrigerator. Preheat oven to 350 bake uncovered for 1 hr. I put my oven on 325 and after 25 min. I check it often. My oven tends to bake hot.
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Old 09-18-2012, 01:26 AM   #2
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I have a small Anchor Hocking baking dish just big enough for one serving. One sandwich would just fit in it. With adjustments, this recipe would be perfect for me. I don't like bread, hate the crusts. But if I did this with challah bread, it would be perfection. The cold weather is coming and time to start putting on the oven. Thanks Kades
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Old 09-18-2012, 01:56 AM   #3
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Who would've ever thought of making sandwiches like this...oh yeah, our kadesma would! You have wonderful recipes kadesma
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Old 09-18-2012, 02:56 AM   #4
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This sounds delish Kades! Thank you!
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:00 AM   #5
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Just a Doggone minute! That's a sandwich? Looks more like Cheesy French Toast to me!

Very Interesting. Eric, Austin Tx.
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Old 09-18-2012, 12:54 PM   #6
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Just a Doggone minute! That's a sandwich? Looks more like Cheesy French Toast to me!

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This sounds delish Kades! Thank you!
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Who would've ever thought of making sandwiches like this...oh yeah, our kadesma would! You have wonderful recipes kadesma
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I have a small Anchor Hocking baking dish just big enough for one serving. One sandwich would just fit in it. With adjustments, this recipe would be perfect for me. I don't like bread, hate the crusts. But if I did this with challah bread, it would be perfection. The cold weather is coming and time to start putting on the oven. Thanks Kades
Addie, yes this would be good for you. I like it and when I have all the kids here this is dinner Challah is so yummy I love it and want to make some when I get good enough baking. I wonder if this could be made into a breakfast as well qas dinner and I'm going to have to teach you to love the bread crust specially the French and Italian ones ,
Thank you Ma, Let me know if you give it a try. iIt can be made into a smaller amount if need be.
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Cheesy french toast??? You know I like that idea. Thanks.
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:26 PM   #7
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Sounds nice, thanks Kades
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Addie, yes this would be good for you. I like it and when I have all the kids here this is dinner Challah is so yummy I love it and want to make some when I get good enough baking. I wonder if this could be made into a breakfast as well qas dinner and I'm going to have to teach you to love the bread crust specially the French and Italian ones ,
Thank you Ma, Let me know if you give it a try. iIt can be made into a smaller amount if need be.
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Cheesy french toast??? You know I like that idea. Thanks.
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Not only do I not like crusts, I definitely do not like white bread of any kind. If I do eat bread, it is usually a peasant bread like rye or oatmeal, whole wheat. Challah and Brioche are the only two out of that group I am willing to eat in small portions. I know I am a weird person. Who doesn't like bread?
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This sounds lovely Kades :) Thank you!
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Make this the night before, and enjoy with a green salad.
Combine 1/4 cup butter with 1-2 Tab of Dejon and spread on 12-1/2 in thick slices of good bread. Make sandwiches using thick slices of sharp cheddar about 1/4 in slices Trim the crusts and fit the 6 sandwiches into a large baking dish. Beat 4 eggs into 2 &1/2 cups milk and add 3-4 tab. chopped chives,2 tab. fresh chopped parsley, salt and pepper. Pour this over the sammies and let stand at least 2 hrs. best is over night.in refrigerator. Preheat oven to 350 bake uncovered for 1 hr. I put my oven on 325 and after 25 min. I check it often. My oven tends to bake hot.
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Oh no! You did it again Kades
I've got to try this one. Have a feeling these will work out well in the pie maker... I'm just sayin'

Thankies Ma!

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