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High-tea favourites

by Deanna Baynes

EVERY TIME I grilled cheese on toast, I thought I was making Welsh rarebit, until recently a friend told me I was wrong. I found out that he was right: other ingredients are in­volved. It was created, I believe, for large families with low incomes, and is very nourishing. It is a treat for high tea, and you can also add smoked haddock or asparagus on top. In France, with ham on top, it would be croque monsieur.

Welsh rarebit (serves ...

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