Famous all over Europe, Welsh Rarebit is a distant cousin to cheese on toast, made with a cheese and ale sauce, and Welsh Rarebit Day celebrates this famous dish. Nobody’s quite sure of the origin of the name, but it’s generally believed to be a jest at the expense of the early poor of Wales, who may largely have subsisted on rabbit and ale (though how this relates back to cheese on toast, we’re not sure).
then there's this welsh rarebit pair of sun brown underpants
Lovely quote from Tripadvisor about our Welsh rarebit "rich salty cheese mixture on a wedge of toast with a... http://t.co/ivrxD7Fpgy
The club room at the Oxford and Cambridge club Foi gras and asparagus, followed by veal chop and Welsh rarebit http://t.co/EdDpJeNcmO