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(Boing Boing)   Food technology continues to march ever forward. A food engineer has created the first grilled cheese sandwich without bread   (boingboing.net) divider line 46
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2013-02-09 11:45:51 PM
That's.

FARKing.Gross.
 
2013-02-09 11:49:58 PM
You dawg, I heard you like cheese...
 
2013-02-10 12:11:55 AM
Wow, heading out to my local Finnish bread cheese shop now.
 
2013-02-10 12:52:23 AM
Needs bacon.
 
2013-02-10 12:58:34 AM
i heard that is called cheese
 
2013-02-10 01:55:17 AM
mhmm
 
2013-02-10 02:56:10 AM
i162.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-10 03:52:53 AM

gopher321: That's.

FARKing.Gross.


I thought it looked delicious.  Not exactly sure where I can get bread cheese, though.
 
2013-02-10 05:32:39 AM

some_beer_drinker: i heard that is called cheese


Yeah. At least it doesn't have tomatoes.

Lsherm: Not exactly sure where I can get bread cheese, though.


No such thing exists. However, ANY cheese can be baked hard.
 
2013-02-10 06:35:06 AM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-02-10 06:40:41 AM
Without bread, it's not a sandwich, and with American "cheese", it isn't all cheese. I'd probably still eat it, but if I made it, I'd use a nice aged cheddar, or a smoked gouda instead. Maybe some shaved aciago.
 
2013-02-10 06:43:01 AM
I've been making mine recently with gruyere and cheddar, mmmmmm.
 
2013-02-10 06:44:21 AM
--fat-like typing detected--
 
2013-02-10 06:55:20 AM
I think my wife has recently been using cream cheese and shredded mozz. Also, without the bread, I cant effectively dip it in my tomato soup, so eff that!
 
Pav
2013-02-10 07:03:03 AM

doglover: some_beer_drinker: i heard that is called cheese

Yeah. At least it doesn't have tomatoes.

Lsherm: Not exactly sure where I can get bread cheese, though.

No such thing exists. However, ANY cheese can be baked hard.


Wrong!  It sure does exist. I've seen it in wegmans, BJ's,  and pretty much any fancy cheese isle you go into today around here.  I thought for sure it was Mexican though.
 
2013-02-10 07:08:21 AM
Would you like some cheese with that?

/obvious
 
2013-02-10 07:14:12 AM
Not new. One of the internet cartoonists I used to follow invented something similar years ago, that involved frying the cheese gently until the bottom side got a little crusty, and then folding it over. Don't remember what he called it, something like a quesaquesodilla. Kind of an omelet made only of cheese.
 
2013-02-10 07:15:56 AM

SpdrJay: --fat-like typing detected--


lolfats are gay
 
2013-02-10 07:27:59 AM

lizaardvark: Not new. One of the internet cartoonists I used to follow invented something similar years ago, that involved frying the cheese gently until the bottom side got a little crusty, and then folding it over. Don't remember what he called it, something like a quesaquesodilla. Kind of an omelet made only of cheese.


There's a taco shop in Tijuana I went to with a coworker, they fried the cheese like that then folded it over with guacamole and New york steak or shrimp, then dumped a sauce on that then got put in a tortilla. It was farking delicious.
 
2013-02-10 07:30:33 AM

fusillade762: You dawg, I heard you like cheese...


You the dawg now man!
 
2013-02-10 07:33:01 AM

ILoveBurritos: lizaardvark: Not new. One of the internet cartoonists I used to follow invented something similar years ago, that involved frying the cheese gently until the bottom side got a little crusty, and then folding it over. Don't remember what he called it, something like a quesaquesodilla. Kind of an omelet made only of cheese.

There's a taco shop in Tijuana I went to with a coworker, they fried the cheese like that then folded it over with guacamole and New york steak or shrimp, then dumped a sauce on that then got put in a tortilla. It was farking delicious.


When I was in Greece I had saganaki (I think that's the name) one night. Basically a bowl of melted cheese with pieces of chicken and vegetables in it. Delicious, but I couldn't finish it.
 
2013-02-10 07:41:24 AM

Alex Broughton Butt Chugger: Without bread, it's not a sandwich, and with American "cheese", it isn't all cheese. I'd probably still eat it, but if I made it, I'd use a nice aged cheddar, or a smoked gouda instead. Maybe some shaved aciago.


The Dunedin Smokehouse (Florida) does a smoked gouda mac and cheese. Most sinful thing in the world.
 
2013-02-10 07:42:15 AM

phenn: Alex Broughton Butt Chugger: Without bread, it's not a sandwich, and with American "cheese", it isn't all cheese. I'd probably still eat it, but if I made it, I'd use a nice aged cheddar, or a smoked gouda instead. Maybe some shaved aciago.

The Dunedin Smokehouse (Florida) does a smoked gouda mac and cheese. Most sinful thing in the world.


i'm glad you specified Florida cause i was thinking New Zealand.
 
2013-02-10 07:48:23 AM
Looks better than the double-down

/it soon became three double-up
//eh, I've eaten poutine with pulled pork, triple-extra cheese, green olives, and shrimp before, all cheese sammich seems tame by comparison
 
2013-02-10 07:48:54 AM

Pav: I've seen it in .... BJ's,


What kind of diseased pron are you watching!?
 
2013-02-10 07:51:30 AM
Otherwise known as a fistful of hot cheese.
 
2013-02-10 08:02:20 AM

Alex Broughton Butt Chugger: Without bread, it's not a sandwich, and with American "cheese", it isn't all cheese. I'd probably still eat it, but if I made it, I'd use a nice aged cheddar, or a smoked gouda instead. Maybe some shaved aciago.


How about a nice, fat slice of head cheese in the middle? It's as much a cheese as Murrican cheese product.
 
2013-02-10 08:07:05 AM
without "vegemite" it's not a proper meal.  just add a dab.
and eat it.  u stupid american
 
2013-02-10 08:13:17 AM
Needs more spam.
 
2013-02-10 08:14:08 AM
I would like to try a 1 cm3 section of this sandwich.
 
2013-02-10 08:43:14 AM
Look for fenn-uusto cheese. That is the proper name for the grilling cheese.
 
2013-02-10 09:12:43 AM

ILoveBurritos: lizaardvark: Not new. One of the internet cartoonists I used to follow invented something similar years ago, that involved frying the cheese gently until the bottom side got a little crusty, and then folding it over. Don't remember what he called it, something like a quesaquesodilla. Kind of an omelet made only of cheese.

There's a taco shop in Tijuana I went to with a coworker, they fried the cheese like that then folded it over with guacamole and New york steak or shrimp, then dumped a sauce on that then got put in a tortilla. It was farking delicious.


I believe they're called chicharrones de queso.
 
2013-02-10 09:23:52 AM
Whar "Hero" tag? Whar?
 
2013-02-10 09:56:06 AM

Lsherm: gopher321: That's.

FARKing.Gross.

I thought it looked delicious.  Not exactly sure where I can get bread cheese, though.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloumi
 
2013-02-10 11:16:46 AM
Not first ever, sorry. Done it. Not as pretty as his; not same cheese. Noticed my favorite part of homemade nachos was the crispy melted chee se on the pan. went from there. Except I put prosciutto in the middle  of mine.
 
2013-02-10 12:53:39 PM
Is it called a Griswold?
 
2013-02-10 01:38:24 PM
Pretty sure they call that a Tuile where food comes from.
 
2013-02-10 02:28:22 PM
Finn bread cheese may be same as Finn baked cheese, or close enough for tunneti ja hallitus tehdas.
sorry, no fotos available
 
2013-02-10 02:52:11 PM

Alex Broughton Butt Chugger: Without bread, it's not a sandwich, and with American "cheese", it isn't all cheese. I'd probably still eat it, but if I made it, I'd use a nice aged cheddar, or a smoked gouda instead. Maybe some shaved aciago.


If you're referring to "Pasturized Process Cheese Food" that's really just a ton of oil with cheese flavor, then yes, it's not cheese.  The only version of that stuff fit for grilled cheese is Velveeta.

Now if it's real American cheese, then it's really an ultra mild cheddar, and can be delicious.  Also melts without getting oily, perfect for grilled cheese.

Other cheeses that melt well and are delicious: Provolone, Gouda, "Swiss" (not sure what the real name is), Havarti, and mozzarella.
 
2013-02-10 04:19:32 PM

lizaardvark: Not new. One of the internet cartoonists I used to follow invented something similar years ago, that involved frying the cheese gently until the bottom side got a little crusty, and then folding it over. Don't remember what he called it, something like a quesaquesodilla. Kind of an omelet made only of cheese.


It was Schlock Mercenary, and the culinary masterpiece was the chupaqueso.
 
2013-02-10 05:35:54 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Lsherm: gopher321: That's.

FARKing.Gross.

I thought it looked delicious.  Not exactly sure where I can get bread cheese, though.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloumi


I know what it is, just not where to buy it.
 
2013-02-10 07:42:12 PM
If you know what it it but not where to buy/find it, there are 2 quite logical suggestions for you:
1) GoodSearch, which will pay pennies to your favourite 501c3.  2) Gurgle.  Or Google, to most, which won't.
 
2013-02-10 07:51:06 PM

Pav: pretty much any fancy cheese isle


Cheese Island? Is that a real place?
 
2013-02-10 07:57:49 PM
Interested:

1.media.collegehumor.cvcdn.com
 
2013-02-10 09:26:41 PM
Sorry, no bread means it's not a grilled cheese sandwich. Bonus fail: American cheese isn't real cheese anyway.
 
2013-02-11 12:47:26 AM
Yoopers know it as squeaky cheese.

/And it's good.
 
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