Butter one side of each slice of bread generously. In a skillet big enough to hold them, cook the slices butter side down over medium heat, just until pale gold on one side. Cover two of the slices with chocolate. Flip a naked slice on top, butter side up. Cook, turning the sandwiches as necessary, until the chocolate is softened and the sandwiches are browned on both sides.
Earlier this week, the Santa Rosa Press Democratpublished a report alleging that “the majority of carcasses” shipped from under-investigation meat processor Rancho Feeding Corporation were sold and distributed to Jack in the Box restaurants. The Petaluma-based processor was shut down in January after the USDA issued a recall that eventually grew to 9 million pounds of beef; the investigation revealed the company was slaughtering animals that were “unsound” and possibly stricken with cancer. The fast-food franchise refuted the published claim, but confirmed to CBS it used beef from one processed meat company that used Rancho Feeding Corporation, and that any meat that went through the slaughterhouse has long since cleared its food supply. “This was never a food safety issue for Jack in the Box,” company spokesman Brian Luscomb tells the station. [CBS San Francisco, Related]
It takes 20 minutes to prepare, is intended for two people, and is not served during typical brunch hours on Saturday and Sunday. It’s also technically a Caesar, a Canadian riff on the Bloody Mary that is flavored with Clamato.
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