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Old 09-18-2012, 07:09 PM   #51
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I found a webpage a while ago that had a bunch of grilled cheese variants on it, & I jotted down some notes on my computer!
I haven't tried any of these, but they sounded good to me :)


Bacon & Avocado
Bacon & Tomato
Mozzarella, Basil, & Tomato
Dill Pickles & Mustard
Thinly Sliced Apple & Cheddar
Brie, Maple Bacon, & Pear
Goat Cheese & Pesto
Parmesan, Pepperoni, Pizza Sauce, & Mozzarella
Goat Cheese, Avocado, & Turkey
Look through our thread and I will bet you find some great Ideas right here at home to go with what you found.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:11 PM   #52
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*laughs* Oh I am (& have!)
I've already added 3 new ideas to the list :)
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:21 PM   #53
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*laughs* Oh I am (& have!)
I've already added 3 new ideas to the list :)
That's great. Keep delving.
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Old 09-19-2012, 02:17 AM   #54
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Made grilled cheese tonight:
Aged artisanal cheddar, fontina, sliced tomato, grilled portabello, and a couple pieces of torn basil. Did it in the panini press, and rubbed the sandwiches with a halved clove of garlic right as they came out. It was delicious. Served with home made marinara for dipping. It was so good, I'm going to make it again this weekend and see if I can fine tune it a little bit.
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:02 PM   #55
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Haven't tried this, but it has got to be good.

3 slices Home made yeasty bread, cut like Texas Toast
3 slices Velveeta Cheese, 1/4 inch thick slices
Pepperoni Slices
Butter.

Butter one side of each bread slice. Add 1 1/2 cheese slices between two bread slices. Top cheese with pepperoni slices to taste. Grill as you would a normal grilled cheese sandwich.Remove when done on both sides.

Place 1 1/2 cheese slices on top of one grilled bread slice. Add pepperoni, and the other, uncooked bread slice to form a double decker sandwich. Grill the uncooked, buttered side until golden brown. Eat with napkins.

Feel free to substitute provolone, swiss, mozzarella, muenster, or whatever is your favorite cheese into this sandwich. I'm thinking a good, aged swiss cheese would be amazing.

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Old 09-19-2012, 12:10 PM   #56
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Do any of you remember the surplus food that you got before they came out with food stamps? Even with four kids, I could never use use up the whole five pound loaf that you got every month. It was just like the Velveeta. My kids did get a little sick of grilled chesse sandwiches though. Made great mac and cheese.

Buit they always liked a grilled cheese sandwich just before bed with a big cup of hot cocoa topped with Marshmallow Fluff.
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:59 PM   #57
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i like to use Texas toast for the bread. The filling depends on what is onhand.
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Old 09-19-2012, 04:21 PM   #58
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Addie, I remember the gov't surplus foods before food stamps. Not us, but some neigbhors got lots of cheese too. And other foods. Kept them going. Lots of plain cheese on white bread sammies for their school lunch, which was better than when all they had was ketchup or lard sandwiches. Their mom baked homemade bread. Gads, the little things I remember, can't remember my friend's last name now tho.

Listen, this was good last week. Pesto spread on each slice bread, ( I had a crusty french loaf) , jarlsberg on each slice bread. Leftover sliced grilled chicken in the middle. Grill. Pry apart and slip in some tomato slices before serving. Tasty.
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Old 09-19-2012, 04:35 PM   #59
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Addie, I remember the gov't surplus foods before food stamps. Not us, but some neigbhors got lots of cheese too. And other foods. Kept them going. Lots of plain cheese on white bread sammies for their school lunch, which was better than when all they had was ketchup or lard sandwiches. Their mom baked homemade bread. Gads, the little things I remember, can't remember my friend's last name now tho.

Listen, this was good last week. Pesto spread on each slice bread, ( I had a crusty french loaf) , jarlsberg on each slice bread. Leftover sliced grilled chicken in the middle. Grill. Pry apart and slip in some tomato slices before serving. Tasty.
Don't make me bring back the sandwich threads, such as the Breath Killers thread

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Old 09-19-2012, 07:40 PM   #60
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Sandwiches are always On Topic!
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