Preparing for St. Patrick's Day


St. Patrick's Day, Irish, cheddar, rarebit toast, novella, book, novel, romance, sweet romance, recipe, cooking


Are you feeling lucky? Well, are you?
Are you feeling cheesy? Well, are you?
If so, then you've come to the right blog.

It's March which means it's time to whip out the green and enjoy a little luck o' the Irish.

Why not whip up some Irish Cheddar Rarebit Toast to enjoy with your Guinness?  It's a simple but very flavorful recipe that you will love!


Ingredients
1 cup shredded Dubliner or other Irish cheddar cheese – I like Dubliner because it has a little tang like American sharp cheddar but with a richer flavor. I buy it at Trader Joe’s but I’ve also seen it at Costco and Fresh and Easy.
 ½ cup finely chopped chives or scallions, depending on your onion preference.
8 slices of English toast bread or thick white bread. I’ve found toast bread at Fresh & Easy.
1 tsp. mustard, yellow or Dijon. I prefer yellow, but some people like the Dijon kick.
1 egg, beaten.

Instructions
Preheat broiler to 325 degrees or you can use a toaster oven. Place the bread slices on a non-stick or foil lined cookie sheet and toast one side while preparing the rest of the ingredients.
In a wide, shallow bowl, mix the beaten egg, chives, mustard and Irish cheddar cheese. 
Remove the toasted bread from the broiler and pour equal measures of the cheese mixture on the untoasted sides and return them to the tray. Toast bread, mixture side up until the cheese is melted. 

While you're enjoying your St. Patrick's Day treats, why not check out my novella
because it's a quick read and a great way to get in the mood for St. Patrick's Day.



St. Patrick's Day, Irish, cheddar, rarebit toast, novella, book, novel, romance, sweet romance, recipe, cooking


To everyone visiting me this week


May the sun shine, all day long,
everything go right, and nothing wrong.
May those you love bring love back to you,
and may all the wishes you wish come true!


Thanks to The Plaid and the Paisley Kitchen for featuring this post on Show Me Your Plaid Mondays.



19 comments:

Chandra Sirois said...

Oh How neat that you are an author and a blogger! I am so glad that you linked up at Show Me Your Plaid Monday's and that you will come back each week! You have been Pinned!

Jen from Breaktheparentingmold said...

Yum. And downloaded a sample of one of your books to my kindle, can't wait to read it!

Teresa Kindred said...

Hi there! Nice to meet a fellow author and blogger! Happy Pi Day to you and thanks for all the Irish info! I'm a new GFC follower and found you via Linking with the Ladies. Would love for you to visit me, link up and follow back! http://nanahood.com/pi-day-pie

mail4rosey said...

I'll be keeping my eyes open for Dubliner, it does sound good and I haven't heard of it until now.

I'm visiting today from Linkin' with my Ladies. :)

Jennifer Hughes said...

Hi! I'm visiting from Friendship Friday :-) I hope you'll also join me for my Friday Flash Blog on The Jenny Evolution (www.thejennyevolution.com). Happy weekend!

Raising Reagan said...

Mmm ... your recipe sounds delicious. Thank you for the new book read!

Thank you for linking to Raising Imperfection.
Please come back Friday to see if you were featured. :)

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Adrienne Clark said...

How amazing that you are an author!! Total dream job!! Found ya through the sunday link up! Looking forward to following you
:-)
Hope you're having a wonderful sunday!
Adrienne
http://myblackwhitecolor.blogspot.com

Leslie @ Violet Imperfection said...

Your recipe sounds delicious. I am going to have to try it!

Thank you for linking up to Raising Imperfection!
Make sure to check back on Friday to see if you were featured.
Leslie

Betty Boop said...

I am visiting with Silly Sunday Hop.

I am already a follower. I'm not sure if you are following me.

http://agutandabutt.blogspot.com/

Tanya @ Moms Small Victories said...

Thanks for sharing this novella with my Small Victories sunday linky. It sounds like a lovely little romance.

I hope you will share a few more posts, Small Victories Sunday linky 10 is open now!

http://momssmallvictories.com/small-victories-sunday-linky-10-one-linkies/

Brittnei Washington said...

This sounds really yummy. The only thing I know of to be traditional is the corn beef and cabbage because my mom made that every year around this time. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Countdown in Style! Don't forget to stop by Friday to see if you are featured :)

Tina at Mommynificent.com said...

This recipe looks yummy! We may have to try it this week. The books looks like so much fun too! Thanks for sharing it at Booknificent Thursday! Hope to see you again this week!
Tina

April @ 100lb Countdown said...

I've seen Dubliner in the stores and never knew much about it. I guess I'll just have to add this to my list of "to try" recipes! Thanks for teasing us over here at Countdown in Style with your yummy goodness!

Joy said...

We love Dubliner cheese -- most of the nearby groceries have it. Your rarebit sounds delicious! Thanks for joining British Isles Friday!

Lisa Ehrman said...

Thanks so much for sharing your recipe at Together on Tuesdays :)

Sarah Eliza said...

Ooooh looking forward to reading your ebook!! Thanks for linking up at #FridayFrivolity - tweeting and pinning. :)

Janice Wald said...

HI,
Thanks for bringing your post to the Blogger's Pit Stop.
Janice, Pit Stop Crew

Teresa B said...

Thank you for sharing this at The Really Crafty link Party, it sounds like a wonderful recipe. I've added your book to my ever growing reading list too!

achatovercoffee.com said...

What fun! I haven't made Rarebit in ages. Thanks for sharing your recipe at the Healthy Living Link Party!
Blessings, Leigh