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(Gothamist)   Everyone's favorite mad scientist celeb chef Alton Brown shows you how to make a grilled cheese sandwich... in case you've been making it wrong all these years   (gothamist.com) divider line 109
    More: Cool, Grilled Grilled Cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches, Good Eats, chefs, favorites, sandwiches  
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2014-05-15 03:58:07 PM  

Friction8r: whidbey: Friction8r:

Wow somebody's mad I took them out to the woodshed, looks like. Sorry you've had so much trouble getting across your superior mindset these past few years.

??? Once I saw the "organic" tomato soup post, I was reminded yet again why you are such easy fodder on Fark. Thanks for having the consistency...of tomato soup.


Dude it's better than that farking Campbell's ball of fat and sugar any farking day.

Do you just knee-jerk lash out against anything that might be considered "good?"
 
2014-05-15 04:41:06 PM  
Obscure
i.imgur.com
 
2014-05-15 04:48:13 PM  
Looks good.
I'd add these
www.colourbox.com
 
2014-05-15 04:51:54 PM  
Seems like this would work just as well in the oven.
 
2014-05-15 05:16:11 PM  

merrillvillain: Butternut bread
Kraft singles
Margarine with the Indian chick on package
Scratched non-stick pan
Cigarette ash from a Kool filter king
Deans cottage cheese
Episode of the Monkees on WGN at 11am
Empire Carpet commercials every 5 minutes


My god, that was my summer vacation in HS exactly. Same Station too!
 
2014-05-15 07:24:55 PM  

wildcardjack: sauer


wildcardjack: I've finally managed to get all these ingredients without sulfites: Jewish rye, sauerkraut, grated horseradish. Put some pastrami and a slice of swiss in there, and heat through with a pannini press until lightly toasted. I know, not a grilled cheese, but since I've managed to source the first three ingredients without clogging my sinuses it's farking awesome.

And Alton would have gotten the ire of my dad for burning the bread. He regularly yells at people for burning hamburger buns in both fast food and nice restaurants.

/Real sauerkraut is probiotic beyond yogurt.


Speaking of detailed instructions...
 
2014-05-15 09:30:11 PM  

Kirzania: You poor, poor things. And, to be specific, the only way grilled cheese should be prepared:
Melt butter, one slice of bread, a slice of sharp cheddar cheese over med-low heat to allow cheese to melt. Add cooked bacon (or bits!) and thinly sliced Granny Smith, one more slice of sharp cheddar, top with one last slice of bread, with deli-style mustard spread on it... remove from heat, melt a little more butter, flip...

It will change your life.


That way is awesome.  Now try this:  Mix ~1 TBSP dijon mustard and ~1 TBSP mayo.  Now, spread this mixture very thinly on every exposed part of the inside of the bread before any of the ingredients.

/Cue angels singing, harps playing, etc.
 
2014-05-15 10:11:40 PM  
Sourdough, extra sharp white cheddar, fontina, green onions is my favorite.
 
2014-05-16 01:21:50 AM  

Kirzania: You poor, poor things. And, to be specific, the only way grilled cheese should be prepared:
Melt butter, one slice of bread, a slice of sharp cheddar cheese over med-low heat to allow cheese to melt. Add cooked bacon (or bits!) and thinly sliced Granny Smith, one more slice of sharp cheddar, top with one last slice of bread, with deli-style mustard spread on it... remove from heat, melt a little more butter, flip...

It will change your life.


That sounds...considerably better than what I had been doing.  My improved method was buttered bread and cheese on the grill and flipped a whole bunch of times.  Thank you.
 
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