Re: I do not like green (eggs and) ham.
" think you're getting all the downvotes because of the sundried tomatoes."
He lost me at "sliced white bread". I could live with that if it was Texas Toast, otherwise bread sawn by hand into doorstep-thick wedges is the only acceptable method.
To be properly British, the flour for the bread should have been clog-milled in Lancashire by burly loom-tenders to the rhythm of traditional concertina music, but that is, alas, impractical today owing to the scarcity of concertinas.
Me I like it toasted too, but can allow that that is optional.
Back bacon, and lots of it, cooked properly but not overcooked.
Cheese is entirely unnecessary, smoked cheese doubly so (one suspects this "cheddar" as never having been within ten miles of the county or indeed of having been made in the UK at all), and the sun-dried tomatoes have no place in a larder of any sort. All they are good for is adding half a quid to the price of an otherwise palatable sandwich and rendering it barely edible. I'm only surprised this so-called recipe didn't involve guacamole, snails or raw fish.
As for the HP, I reserve the right to slather. My sandwich, my rules.
Once again we see that no culinary delight is so good it cannot be rendered entirely naff by someone with pretensions of chef-ness.
Sun dried tomatoes. Applewood smoked cheddar. Azathoth on a Bike.