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1 hour ago, petitepedal said:

Mmmmm gouda, cheddar and swiss

Mmmmmmmmm oh on sourdough 

Thanks for mentioning it.  I'm sitting here trying to decide what snack is better for me than the chips and chocolate covered almonds I've got.

I have provolone, colby-jack, and soft 12-grain bread.  I think I have a little ham I can put between the cheeses.

P.S. Damn!  Moldy bread!

Instead I had a turkey sausage breakfast bowl with potatoes, egg, & cheese kicked-up-a-notch with a drizzle of EVOO and 1/4 cup of chunky salsa.

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1 minute ago, Longjohn said:

Jalapeños improve any meal. My wife wanted tacos yesterday so I made her some. I put my jalapeños that I pickled on mine. This was a particularly hot batch. They will make you sweat.

I’ve still got a huge batch of fresh ones from the cheap produce place. It is hard to use a huge batch!  And they are mostly hot ones too!  

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5 minutes ago, Rick5234 said:

Oh My.......

I like Grilled Cheese...just don't often buy bread...because it goes bad...but bought 1/2 a loaf of sourdough the other day...and it needs to be eaten up!!

I had ham...but went for pure cheese :D  I have also done  toasted mushrooms...Mmmmm


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6 minutes ago, petitepedal said:

..just don't often buy bread...because it goes bad

I freeze my "regular" bread, and I bet that would work for fancier breads as well.  It actually works fine going straight from the freezer and into the pan or toaster.  For fresh bread, I always need to remember to bring the butter out to soften up a bunch.  For frozen, though, the hard bread holds up well to non-softened butter spreading.  In any case, with frozen, I usually end up lowering the heat just a little to increase the overall time cooking the grilled cheese. Ideal is fresh bread and soft butter, but not always an easy option.

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