Tag Archives: Toas-Tite

Toas-Tite With A Cherry On Top

Another addition to our summer fruit series! Who doesn’t love a good cherry? They’re sweet, juice, and after you’re done, you can have pit-spitting contests. Boy and I took some lovely cherries and turned them into a cherry pie Toas-Tite. Ingredients 8-10 cherries (depending on size and your desire to really stuff the Toas-Tite sandwich) […]

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A Savory, Figgy Bite

The second in our summer fruit series, Boy and I wanted to do something with figs to bring together their lovely sweetness with a touch of savory. Fig, Blue Cheese & Prosciutto Toas-Tite Ingredients 1 ripe fig (sliced into several pieces) 1 to 1 1/2 tsp of blue cheese 1/4 slice of prosciutto, cut into […]

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Gone Fishin’: A Salmon Spread Toas-Tite

Girl and I have been enjoying our little slice of smoke house heaven for a few months now and we figured that we would attempt a recreation of one of our favorite dishes, a delicious salmon spread. We picked up a half pint of their amazing salmon spread one day and started to dissect what […]

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Red, White, and Toas-Tite

July 4th weekend – it’s all about fireworks, festivities, barbecues, and red, white, and blue.  For Boy and I, it’s red, white, and Toas-Tite (of course). American Pie, the Toas-Tite Way Ingredients 2 slices of white bread 2 nice and ripe strawberries, sliced Roughly 10 to 15 blueberries 1 Tbsp of cream cheese, spread into […]

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Toas-Tites: Peachy Keen

Let’s face it, it’s all about summer fruits.  This will be the first in a series dedicated to the tasty treats that make our mouths water on warm, balmy (and even cool, foggy San Francisco) nights. Peaches are fuzzy, juicy, and hard to resist.  While I have to admit, I probably tend to reach for […]

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A Crepe-y Toas-Tite Attempt

Boy and I have our stand-by breads for Toas-Titing.  We typically go with a nice sourdough or an all-purpose white bread.  But every now and again, we get to kicking around ideas of what else we could use…pita bread…tortilla…pancake…crepe.  We haven’t tried them all yet but we plan to. This weekend we had some crepes […]

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Cucumber Toas-Tite: A Perfect Pairing With A Gin & Tonic Cocktail

To continue our hot summer weather Toas-Tite theme from last time, sometimes on a hot day, you just need a cool drink and a Toas-Tite to go with it. One of my grandparents’ favorites was always a good gin and tonic.  And of course, that’s why it became one of mine.  On a hot day […]

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Summer Nights Eatin’: Toastada-Tite

Before we get into the fun stuff, an apology!  Boy and I have been truants about posting recipes (and even making Toas-Tites).  It’s been a crazy couple of months filled with family events, traveling around California, and moving to a new apartment!  We’ve got a special recipe to commemorate the new place so keep an […]

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Better Than A Bagel

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we’re pretty spoiled when it comes to food. And some of the best treasures are found in tiny holes in the wall. One such hole in the wall is the Creekside Smokehouse in El Granada just north of Half Moon Bay. One day, Boy and I were making […]

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Quick Tip: Roll out your bread for a better Toas-Tite fit

This tip is brought to you by OCBD, who commented on our Reuben Toas-Tite post. In several of our posts and on our Toas-Tite Making Basics page, we’ve mentioned turning one slice of bread for your sandwich horizontally and placing the other on top vertically (with your filling in the middle of course).  The reason […]

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