A recipe for cheese toast? Really?? Who needs a recipe for cheese toast???
Well, it's not about the recipe, kids. It's about the ingredients.
And, no. Jared isn't an ingredient.
But, his delightful farm (http://jaredsrealfood.com/ ) produces delightful ingredients.
So, back to the ingredients....
You'll need a couple of slices of reasonably decent gluten-free bread. Ramona Family Naturals and Windmill Farms sell a locally-made sourdough that toasts up nicely. And, of course, Canyon Bakehouse rocks. But, today, I had T-Jo's multigrain, so T-Jo multigrain it is.
Next, you'll need a couple of Jared's small golden tomatoes. These cute little guys are low acid, vine ripe, organic, heirloom, flavorful... And did I mention they're just so cuuuute! Slice them up and place them on the bread.
Next, grab one of Jared's Marconi peppers. Lovely sweet red pods of joy, they look like they should be hot, but they're not. Slice a few paper-thin slices and sprinkle over the golden tomatoes.
Top all that with a few transparent slices of one of Jared's onions. These bad boys are pungent, aromatic, and utterly onionicious!
Bake in the toaster oven at about 375 until the kitchen smells amazing. In other words, until the onions have started to brown at the edges and the tomatoes are hot. Maybe 5 minutes or so?
Now add some raw pepper jack cheese. Good luck finding it. I got mine in Ramona. If you can't find it, then just use your favorite goat cheese. Pop it back in the toaster oven and continue baking just until the cheese warms enough to melt. Probably another 3-5 minutes.
And, there you have it: Cheese toast a la Jared.