One of my favourite meals when I can't really be bothered to cook, or like last night when I was gardening and it just got rather late in the day to start cooking, is what I call "cheesy garlic toast".
Very simple to make, and extremely cheap, this meal is both tasty and filling.
Decide how many slices of toast you want to eat, and finely chop that many cloves of garlic. Toast the bread on one side only (so under the grill not in the toaster), and turn them un-toasted side up on the grill pan rack.
Cover each slice with a teaspoonful of chopped garlic, then cover the raw garlic with slices of cheese. The very best kind to use for this meal is the cheapest mild white block cheddar, cut into thin-ish slices. Anything stronger just doesn't do the job for some reason, and neither do other types of cheese - I have, in an emergency, used leftover mozzarella, but that really doesn't work too well either. Whatever you do, don't use those slices of processed cheese that come individually wrapped in cellophane.
Put it all back under the grill until the cheese has all melted and gone bubbly, and the bare bits of bread have toasted. Cut in half, and serve. Yummy-licious and also an extremely good way to take in lots of nature's own antibiotic (garlic).
Until next time.