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Wednesday, 14 March 2007

Back II basics: Jacket potato, cheese, baked beans n' ham



This is a very basic recipe. It's student food. But it's quick and nutritious, so don't diss it.

You need:

1 x large jacket potato
2 x slices of swiss cheese (we like Jarlsberg)
1 x thick slice of ham (we like fancy Wiltshire ham)
Half a tin of baked beans (we like Whole Earth baked beans cos they rock)
Reggae Reggae Sauce

We're not going to tell you how to make this. It's too easy. But make sure you add RRS to the beans while you're heating them. And have some on the side.

This is a simple meal that's good for you (particularly if you buy Whole Earth beans). It's also by far the best experience we've had so far with the sauce. It just works. In fact, it was so good we actually wept.

Verdict: 10/10. Touchdown.

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