Posted by sean on January 6, 2007 at 7:35 pm in Cooking with No Comments

As some of you know, I don’t like cooking very much. It’s not that I am unable to, it is because I can’t really be bothered – I openly admit that I am very lazy from that respect.

Therefore, I thought it was about time I did something about the “cooking issue” so made a trip into town to make a purchase… It wasn’t a recipe book, neither was it a mail order bride who can cook. I bought a toasted sandwich maker – £12.99 from Argos.

I tested it out this evening by cooking myself a fine dinner consisting of cheese, tomato and onion toasted sandwiches. I will use a tad less cheese next time, it melted and went everywhere. I think there was more cheese on the work surface than in-between the slices of bread!

The sandwich was adequate at best. Can’t really complain though, it was cheap and quick to make. The only problem was that it took all of five minutes to clean up the mess caused by the cooking process – unacceptable.

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