For today's recipe we're actually going for a staff-member original piece. John (aka Darlo) will talk us through his recipe for ... what are you calling it?
"Raisin Bread with Cheese."
Ah, ok. So what are the ingredients for this simple sounding recipe.
"Raisin Bread, Cheese, Butter or Marge."
Wow that ... really is quite simple. Why not talk us through it.
"If you buy Kirkland's raisin bread loaf, it's already sliced so that will save you a bit of time."
Yes, time can be quite a daunting factor.
"Similarly if you get a pre-sliced cheese such as the Sonoma or Havarti, that's one less thing to worry about."
I suppose you could also use a cheese that comes as a block too, right?
"Yeah, in fact the Kirkland sharp cheddar is great for this. If only it was pre-sliced ... sigh."
Sigh indeed. So what's next?
"Slab a bit of butter on two sliced of the raisin bread. Marge can be used too, but salted butter tastes the best."
Marge might have to do for now. Japan's experiencing a bit of a butter shortage right now. What's next?
"Pop some cheese between the slices and you're done!"
Well ... that was simple.
"Not as simple as writing a dialogue between two people who are actually the same person."