yes, preferably with tomato soup
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
with the non-processed, sliced cheese it's great.
and chicken noodle soup with a side dish of vinaigrette bean salad
Food for thought: if you aren't dead by 2050, you and your entire family will be within a few years from starvation. Now that is a cruel gift to leave for your offspring. ;)
Cheddar and a good smoked ham melted on sourdough. Now that's good!
Grueyere, roast beef, thinly sliced onions on sourdough = grilled onion soup.
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"Grilled Cheese" WTF Justa Buck!!!
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grilled cheese & bacon FTW!!!
White bread, kraft american cheese with tomato soup YUM!!!
*drool* *drool* *drool*
I love grillies with kraft slices! Crispy fried toasted crunchy bread filled with hot melty gooey cheese... *drool*.
Why am I having veggie stir fry for supper? Idiot!
Man I am actually thinking about running down to the convenience store to get some kraft singles right now...
I already had half a new york pizza tonight and almost an entire box of freihofers cookies...
I love this thread
I know real cheddar cheese is delicious (I can go on and on about sharp crumbly cheddar, apple smoked cheddar etc etc) but I think the best cheese to go in a grilled cheese is the processed stuff. It melts evenly and the oil never separates.
I get kraft and black diamond, and sometimes velveeta. It depends on what's on sale. I prefer white store bought bread to whole wheat store bought bread, but homemade is a little to heavy. The processed cheese goes better with the spongy fluffy stuff, like Wonderbread.
Tomato soup, outta the can.
Ketchup on the side is fine. Sliced dill pickles divine. Forget Branston pickle, but pickled onions are tasty.
Butter is better by far than margarine.
italian bread sliced thick. real butter outside of bread. real cheese on inside. squish inside a george foreman.
Fresh bread from the bakery next door, provolone cheese from the Italian market on the corner, black forest ham, lots of butter.
Add tomato soup only if the temperature outside is colder then it is inside.
Last edited by Big_e; 10-04-08 at 08:54 PM.
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