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Old 11-26-2012, 12:57 PM   #71
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I have two favorite ways to make a grilled cheese sandwich. One with tomato slices, mayo on the inside, butter of the outside.Grill.

The other the same but with Swiss cheese. Both with a bowl of tomato soup on a chilly afternoon for lunch.
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:54 PM   #72
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Any reason it must be Bunny Brand Bread?

Nah, that just happens to be my favorite sliced bread, lol
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:06 PM   #73
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2 slices of Rye Bread with butter spread on outside of each slice. Slice of Cheddar Cheese, Slice of Roast Beef and another Slice of Cheddar Cheese on the inside. Fry in skillet until golden with slight crunch on both sides of sandwich. Yum, Yum, Yum!!!
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:07 PM   #74
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Bunny Bread used to be the preferred bread here. I haven't seen it in the stores for years. I thought they went out of business. I used to love their bismarks.

Here's a take on grilled that I bet you didn't see coming. Take one golf-ball sized piece of raw bread dough. Flatten it into a thin circle. Place a slightly smaller slice of ham on top, with a piece of aged, Swiss cheese to fit the ham. Flatten another round of dough the same size as the first. Place on top and pinch the edges together until they stick together. Grill like an English Muffin. Finish in a 350' oven for five minutes

I haven't had this one, but it sounds like it would be great. Gently fry a pink salmon filet in butter. Lightly season it with salt. Place it on a heaty multy-grain bread that has some real texture to it. Top the fish with freshly grated Parmesano Regiano, or Asiago. Spread sliced black olives and sun-dried tomatoes on top. Add sliced peppers if you so desire. Cover with a second slice of bread. Brush the bread with EVOO and place onto your hot griddle. Cook until golden brown on both sides. I had salmon for supper. Wish I'd have made a sandwich like I just described.

Well, their left overs from the fillet. This just might be lunch for tomorrow.

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Old 11-27-2012, 01:31 AM   #75
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My favourite grilled cheese sandwich is a quesadilla , served up with a side of hot salsa.
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:50 AM   #76
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That sounds really nice, cheers

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My favorite way to make a grilled cheese is like this:

2 Slices Bunny Brand Bread
2 Slices American Cheese
Some sliced cheddar cheese (enough to cover the bread)
Louisiana Hot Sauce
Shredded cheddar for the outside
Cajun Seasoning
Real Butter (Preferred brand is Land O Lakes or American Beauty)

01. Butter outside of both sides of bread
02. Place American Cheese and Cheddar slices on insides of bread (I usually put 1 slice of american on each piece, then cover american on each slice with sliced cheddar)
03. Sprinkle cajun seasonings on cheese
04. Drizzle a few drops of hot sauce in the middle (On top of cheddar)
05. Put Sandwich together
06. On Buttered side of bread (outside) add some shredded cheddar chesse
07. Cook
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:20 PM   #77
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I had a grilled cheese for lunch last week that was to die for. It was focaccia bread with a grilled portabella, roasted red pepper, and cream cheese toasted in a panini press. I guess you would call it more of a veggie and cheese sandwich. But boy, it was delicious.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:48 PM   #78
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if you can get a fruit paste, different cheeses & rotate breads, then get various soups,u could make many meals. (this was a gorgonzola/brie sammich w/ tomato coconut soup & a slice of guava paste)--
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:00 PM   #79
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I put jalapeno slices in between two pieces of cheese and grill it like that. It's my favorite grilled cheese sandwich!
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Old 11-30-2012, 03:01 PM   #80
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I had a grilled cheese for lunch last week that was to die for. It was focaccia bread with a grilled portabella, roasted red pepper, and cream cheese toasted in a panini press. I guess you would call it more of a veggie and cheese sandwich. But boy, it was delicious.
I see this sandwich in my future. YUMMMMM-o.
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