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Vegan Grilled "Cheese" Sandwich

The other day I began to crave a grilled cheese sandwich for some weird reason! I never ate them that often and when I stopped eating cheese, well, there went that food option as I am not fond of vegan cheeses that use gums and emulsifiers to achieve their creamy cheese-like consistency.   420 more words

Recipes

Say CHEESE on Food Porn Friday

How many ways can you say cheese? How about 1,778 ways? No joke. According to Cheese.com, you can search their database containing 1778 kinds of cheese by names, by country of origin, by kind of milk that is used to produce it, or by texture. 133 more words

Food

Day 254 - National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day

I wish it had been a rainy day today or even a cold winter afternoon. Don’t get me wrong – I’m digging the much anticipated arrival of warmer weather and I have been outside the last two days futzing around our yard in shorts partaking in our first post-winter clean up. 1,278 more words

Food

This Week in Food History - 04/10/2017

Remember last week, we mentioned that April is BLT Month? Well, April is a month of many blessings, for it is also National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month! 711 more words

Food Facts & Lore

Grilled Cheese with Tomato & Spinach Sandwich Recipe

Grilled Cheese with Tomato & Spinach Sandwich Recipe

Ingredients:

 2 bread slices

2 cheese slices

1 tomato slices

4-5 spinach leaves

Salt and pepper to taste… 84 more words

A great, gooey gimmick

No one does over the top, gimmicky food quite like New York. There’s the giant soup dumpling you slurp with a straw, the technicolor rainbow bagel, the cookie dough scooped into cones and eaten like ice cream. 351 more words

Breakfast/ Brunch

Grilled Gouda Cheese Sandwich

Photo:  Emily Kate Roemer

It’s a triple threat: smoky (thanks to the Gouda), tart (hello, balsamic vinegar) and marvelously crispy.  Its creator, Daphne Oz, slathers the bread with mayonnaise instead of butter, which gives an insanely crunchy, golden brown crust to the bread, with the faintest hint of sweetness.” 55 more words