Cheese on toast? That’ll be £345, please

Cheese on toastI bet you didn’t know but it’s the first ever National Cheese on Toast Day tomorrow.   And, in a bid to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, Lancashire chef Tom Bridge has come up with a variation on the classic dish… at a staggering £345 per slice. But this is no ordinary slice of cheese on toast. The ingredients include L’Aquila White Umbrian truffles, at £1,400 per kilo, and Matsutake Chinese mushrooms, at £250 per lb. Also present at the event to be held in Leicester Square, London, will be the world’s largest ever piece of cheese on toast.

Comments (1)

  1. Trev says:

    Truly bizare, but I guess at least this time it’s being done for a slightly better cause than some dept. store’s profits. As for this being produced by a Lancashire chef, why ain’t he selling it in Lancashire then we might have a chance to taste this!

    Trev
    PS: For an extra £50, do we get grilled tomatoes on top?

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