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GrilledCheeseContest 04-20-2006 11:05 PM

Grilled Cheese Contest! Please Vote
Cheesyness 1

Cheesyness 2


corazon 04-20-2006 11:11 PM

It's hard to tell from these photos. One is closer up than the other. And how will they look when you slice them open?

GrilledCheeseContest 04-20-2006 11:15 PM

Well, we already ate them sooo..

I can post recipes for both and maybe you can guess, they are both made the same but with different ingredients.

Cheesyness 1
White Bread Fans 100% whole grain bread (wonderbread)
Kraft american singles (2)
Butter (Both sides)

Cheesyness 2
White Bread Fans 100% whole grain bread (wonderbread)
1 1/2 handfuls of grated tillamook sharp cheddar cheese
3 sprays of olive oil (each side, and the pan)

corazon 04-20-2006 11:35 PM

yep, cheesy 2! The tillamook makes all the difference to me!

grumblebee 04-21-2006 12:10 AM

Well you cant tell from the pictures, but since posting the recipes I'd have to go with #2. (even though you used wonderbread for both... not a big fan of that "bread")

auntdot 04-21-2006 01:56 AM

Like the idea of the Tillamook cheese, but prefer the butter to the oo.

buckytom 04-21-2006 02:02 AM

i'm with auntdot on the butter. and tillamook cheese is just average, imo. besides, no one can decide how to pronounce it. till-ah-muk, till-a-muk, till-aaahhh-mook.
it figures, from the willamette valley. will-ah-met. will-a-met, will-aaahhh-met.


bethzaring 04-21-2006 06:52 AM

now grilled cheese is one of my favorites, I make them with home made whole wheat bread, a bit of dijon mustard, Jarlesburg cheese, and maybe a slice of sweet onion. And I have been looking into various ways to cook them. I got tired of trying to flip them in a cast iron frying pan, so I looked on ebay for one of those old waffle irons that also had the interchangeable plates for sandwiches. It took three purchases to find one that cooks sandwiches to my liking. But it works beyond belief. I found the later ones, say 1950's, had the science down, the plates that are thin do the best job, not the heavy cast plates.

bethzaring 04-21-2006 06:52 AM

oh, i forgot the butter, gotta have butter to cook em

corazon 04-21-2006 11:16 AM

I'm with you guys about the butter, and I prefer a good whole wheat bread. I butter the bread, not the pan, do the rest of you do this?

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