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Old 10-04-08, 08:50 PM   #26
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Petrified grilled cheese make for great brake lever hood replacements, provided they are shaped properly beforehand.

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Old 10-04-08, 09:07 PM   #27
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Normally, I love real cheese, but grilled cheese sandwiches are the one place where fake-y processed "American" "cheese" slices are king. White bread or sourdough bread, but wheat bread is good sometimes, too. Definitely with Fritos and chocolate milk. Mmm.
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Old 10-04-08, 09:17 PM   #28
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Grilled ham and swiss on sourdough. mmmmm
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Your all making me hungry.

Looks like I'll have to go buy some cheese for a snack. Mmmm. grilled cheddar and marmite FTW.
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So many people here to agree with.

I like so many variations of grilled cheese, but it is obviously a comfort food from my youth that makes American cheese slices appropriate for grilled cheese.

I have also tried them in the George Foreman grill, and they are good as long as you get them out before all of the cheese squeezes out.

And yes, the best soup for grilled cheese is Tomato!

I do need to throw in a vote for a "south of the border" variation... A flour tortilla with shredded cheddar and jack cheeses... a simple quesadilla is a great way to do grilled cheese too.
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Old 10-06-08, 10:10 AM   #32
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Sorry folks, cheddar is just not any good for a grilled cheese. The only, and I mean ONLY, way to make a grilled cheese is with Velveeta.

Now don't get your Cordon Bleu panties in a wad. I know it isn't really cheese. One of the nice things about having really plebian taste buds is that you can enjoy the simple things in life.

You know what's really good? Fry up some slices of Spam and put them on the grilled cheese.
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Sorry folks, cheddar is just not any good for a grilled cheese. The only, and I mean ONLY, way to make a grilled cheese is with Velveeta.
Combine Havarti and Red Leicester and I think you'll change your mind on that.
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Panera Kids Grilled Cheese Sandwich:I had a half of one that my little girl didn't finish and was like, "Wowzers."

But my wife makes some darned good ones: Kraft cheese (2 slices), soft, white bread (for soft, white people), real butter (bread and skillet).
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