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(Today)   Let's celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day with some cheese-filled gooey sammich recipes   ( divider line
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2013-04-12 12:22:39 PM  
4 votes:
As long as it's not that caramel lobster atrocity from the other day
2013-04-12 01:33:07 PM  
2 votes:
American cheese sucks ass and only an idiot would put mayo on a grilled cheese.  Extra sharp cheddar.

Oh and whoever threw noodles on that sandwich ^ there should be shot to death and then banished to another country for life.
2013-04-12 05:31:14 PM  
1 vote:

I really like gouda and fontina on my grilled cheese creations. Here in Wisconsin we have a local, tandoori spiced gouda that is out of this world on sammies, Boboli bbq chicken pizza, etc.

I love gouda for the way it melts. But a tandoori spiced gouda? Oh, be still my heart.
2013-04-12 02:09:54 PM  
1 vote:
No mayo, pute.  Not going to happen.  It'd be like farking a horse; not going to do it no matter how good you say it is.  Horse farker.
2013-04-12 01:51:24 PM  
1 vote:
i posted this in the other grilled cheese sandwich thread, so i'm going to repost it here:

back in my youth i dated a vegetarian for about a month, and sometimes we would make fancy grilled cheese sandwiches.  now, it made sense.  vegetarians really don't have many options.  you just have to turn things like grilled cheese into something better.  like, use a nice white cheddar, and perhaps find another cheese that matches, like fontina or whatever.  also, then we added some kind of small vegetable, like a sprout or something, to balance it all out.

it wasnt' bad.  but, when i make grilled cheeses these days, i use cheddar and bread.  nothing fancy.  because I have meat in my life. i don't need to to make these conciliatory meals better.

but, i was reading in a magazine about sandwiches, and some chef said he puts on a thin layer of mayonaise on the bread, and throws the bread, mayo side down, in the pan/griddle.  i thought, ridiculous, impossible, preposterous, it's an outrage!  and i throw the magazine to the floor... but, the seed was planted... i was infected.  i had to know if i was being lied to, was it real?  could you grill the mayo side of the bread?

and then i tried it.  and i was like, holy shiat balls, this is awesome!  it perfectly carmelized the outside of the bread, but maintained the softness beyond the exterior crunch!  then, i also noticed, this is not the first time i've tasted this.  i've tasted this at some serious sandwich places.

react as you will, call it an outrage, put me on your ignore lists, do whatever you help maintain your sanity... but, know that the seed has been planted, there will come a day when you grill your mayonnaise into your bread.  and on that day you will remember the man they called pute... the mayo-man pute...  the one who, in this blighted place known as fark, taught you to live again.
2013-04-12 01:27:49 PM  
1 vote:

Cataholic: mayo

2013-04-12 01:22:22 PM  
1 vote:
I like my grilled cheese with real cheese (cheddar, fontina, gouda, etc) most of the time. However, I sometimes like to make the old fashioned way with regular white bread and a slice of american. But the only way to eat one of those is if I have a pile of dill pickle slices on the side. I eat a pickle slice with every bite of sandwich. Anybody else do this?
2013-04-12 01:18:26 PM  
1 vote:
I always say this in grilled cheese threads, but I have to say it again.

if there is anything in the sammich other than grilled cheese, then it's not a grilled cheese.

and personally, I think american cheese and white bread make the best, classic, grilled cheese. don't fark it up with all that fanciness, that's not cool.
2013-04-12 01:17:58 PM  
1 vote:
Taste best when made with individually wrapped slices of cheese product.
2013-04-12 01:07:20 PM  
1 vote:
I'll be enjoying my grilled cheese and mac

noodles and bacon
noodles and bacon
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2013-04-12 01:06:21 PM  
1 vote:
This is the headline below this article:

- Let's celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day with some cheese-filled gooey sammich recipes

- "My dying husband told me to get a boob job and find a toyboy - so I did"....says widowed great-grandmother

That is all.
2013-04-12 11:44:14 AM  
1 vote:
FTA: "Fontina and blackberry basil smash grilled cheese"

What kind of uncultured Philistine puts blackberries on a grilled cheese? Anyone who does this must be some sort of a coprophage.

A simple grilled cheese(on sourdough) and some tomato soup is as good as it gets.
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