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Old 02-17-2005, 12:05 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by nicole
Oh My Gosh! I love grilled cheese and bacon. Everytime I tell someone about it they look at me. Thank Gosh someone who eats grilled cheese and bacon

This has been a favorite of mine for more years than I like to remember.

After a night of "Honky-Tonking" we would end up at someones house do Grilled Cheese with bacon. Maybe if some one had a payday we may splurge and use HAM :!:

This was probably before George Foreman was born.

I bet you like another favorite of mine. Peanut butter and banana sandwiches with a big mug of cold beer

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When do you put on the tomato? Before grilling or after :?:

I would think the tomato would make it soggy if you put it on before grilling. :?



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Old 02-17-2005, 07:46 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by nicole
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When do you put on the tomato? Before grilling or after :?:

I would think the tomato would make it soggy if you put it on before grilling. :?
I slice it thin and put it on before grilling (just one slice). The tomato gets soft, but the sandwich does not get soggy. Give it a try next time you make a grilled cheese. You will be converted. I also sprinkle a little (or a lot) of garlic powder on before grilling.

When the band Phish was still around, one of my favorite things was buying garlic grilled cheese in the parking lot before and after the shows. $1 for a sandwich. Those were always the best grilled cheese sandwiches ever.

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Old 03-16-2005, 12:13 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by PolishedTopaz
I got one, I hardly use it though IMOHO it presses the juice out of food like hamburger, steaks, chops ect. I don't recomend it for that application. However it is good for hot dogs and sausages. And great for panini sammiches. Bacon would be good on it too. So think about what you would be cooking on it before you buy one.
I tried bacon on mine and did not like it. The GF grill did not get the bacon crispy enough for me. You are right, it is great for sandwiches.
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Old 03-16-2005, 03:16 AM   #14
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I've been walking past GF grills in the shop for years, but the other day saw one with three free Scwartz spices and couldn't resist. And to my surprise I have used it every day since. I have used it for burgers, low fat sausages, chicken breast, tuna, salmon and steak. I find it cooks very quickly and am still trying to perfect steak on it.

I definitely recommend it.
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Old 03-16-2005, 09:18 AM   #15
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Hungry, have you thought about getting a pop-up tent?

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