The only way this could be better would be if you could actually download a grilled-cheese sandwich:
In other news, there exists a hot-sauce subscription service.
The idea is pretty straightforward: you subscribe and they send you a toastie every week. Well, the ingredients for a toastie. You do obviously have to toast it yourself. I’m pointing this out because some very pedantic killjoys have repeatedly made the point that a toastie isn’t a toastie unless it’s toasted, and therefore they’re “posting you a sandwich.” I think these people need to find some love in their lives.
You don’t need a grill or a George Foreman to toast your toastie, because it comes with its own toaster bag. All the ingredients arrive in a letterbox-sized package, safely separated up so you can construct your toastie the way you like it.
Our author samples the wares:
Varieties, you ask?
Other recipes include Chocolate Cheesecake (cream cheese and Nutella), Mascarpone & Biscuit Butter, Blue Stilton & Raspberry, Balsamic Blueberry & Cream Cheese and Gouda & Tigernut Relish (no, I don’t know what that is either).
On reading the recipe list, I noticed a distinct lack of the world’s best cheese halloumi and asked the question. They assured me that a Halloumi & Honey variant is in the pipeline. Praise cheesus.
Admittedly, this is a bit lower-tech than, say, faxing a beer, but it has its charms.