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#27 Jan 22 2014 at 2:52 PM Rating: Good
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Mazra wrote:
Never understood those pure cheese sandwiches. Like a hot dog without the sausage.

Grats on the ding and the cheese cart, though.

Edited, Jan 22nd 2014 9:39pm by Mazra


Well, I mean, you slather the bread with butter and cook it.

Grilled cheese is us pretending that it's not a fried cheese sandwich, because that's what it is.
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#28 Jan 22 2014 at 2:55 PM Rating: Good
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The picture of the ham or bacon or whatever it is on the grimy cooking sheet isn't very appetizing.


That's uncooked, home-cured canadian bacon.
You should photo it on something besides the stained pan.
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#29 Jan 22 2014 at 3:04 PM Rating: Good
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I only saw three grilled cheese sandwiches on that menu, and I was being generous. Anything other than cheese between the breads invalidates it. That said, most of those sound like really good sandwiches.

I had never thought of a King's Hawaiian grilled cheese, but now it's something I'm going to have to make here at home.


Hence our name being "Melts Without Borders". Emphasis on the Melt.
The title led me to believe it would be grilled cheeses, and dammit, I'm cranky about grilled cheeses.

And I want about four of them right now.
#30 Jan 22 2014 at 4:01 PM Rating: Good
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I definitely want grilled cheese now. Preferably with some ham or bacon. Smiley: drool
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#31 Jan 22 2014 at 4:12 PM Rating: Good
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Same here. *stomach growls*
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#32 Jan 22 2014 at 5:19 PM Rating: Good
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There's a great grilled cheese truck around here. They make one called the Sith Lord, which is something like cheese, bacon, peanut butter, and sriracha. Sounds disgusting, but it's really awesome.
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There's a great grilled cheese truck around here. They make one called the Sith Lord, which is something like cheese, bacon, peanut butter, and sriracha. Sounds disgusting, but it's really awesome.


A grilled cheese sandwich with lava inflicted wounds on it?
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#34 Jan 22 2014 at 5:59 PM Rating: Good
I ******* love grilled cheese sandwiches, if they are done right. mmm.
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#35 Jan 22 2014 at 6:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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Congo Rats on Real 10k! I suppose now we need to think of a real title thats not some horrible Game of Thrones Pun.
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#36 Jan 22 2014 at 6:58 PM Rating: Good
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I @#%^ing love grilled cheese sandwiches, if they are done right. mmm.


How can a grilled cheese be done wrong?

Also, grilled cheese with tomato soup would be amazing right now.
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#37 Jan 22 2014 at 10:48 PM Rating: Good
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not some horrible Game of Thrones Pun.


Is this a thing you've been doing lately?

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How can a grilled cheese be done wrong?.


He lost me on that too.
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Elinda wrote:
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The picture of the ham or bacon or whatever it is on the grimy cooking sheet isn't very appetizing.


That's uncooked, home-cured canadian bacon.
You should photo it on something besides the stained pan.


I'm sorry my stainless isn't up to your par. I was hammer toasted when I cooked that.
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#40 Jan 22 2014 at 11:33 PM Rating: Good
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Kaelesh wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
How can a grilled cheese be done wrong?.


He lost me on that too.

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#41 Jan 23 2014 at 4:57 AM Rating: Excellent
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Kaelesh wrote:
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Kaelesh wrote:
Elinda wrote:
The picture of the ham or bacon or whatever it is on the grimy cooking sheet isn't very appetizing.


That's uncooked, home-cured canadian bacon.
You should photo it on something besides the stained pan.


I'm sorry my stainless isn't up to your par. I was hammer toasted when I cooked that.
Food is difficult to photograph well, it doesn't matter much for this but if you want photos of your sandwiches, do the smart thing and hire a photographer (preferably one specialized in food photography). Those badly lit, messy photos of food you usually see in food carts are **** near enough to put me off the food.
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#42 Jan 23 2014 at 8:59 AM Rating: Good
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Hire the same guy/gal who makes McDonald's menus seem worth the price.
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#43 Jan 23 2014 at 10:30 AM Rating: Good
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Kaelesh wrote:
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Elinda wrote:
The picture of the ham or bacon or whatever it is on the grimy cooking sheet isn't very appetizing.


That's uncooked, home-cured canadian bacon.
You should photo it on something besides the stained pan.


I'm sorry my stainless isn't up to your par. I was hammer toasted when I cooked that.
Lol, no skin of my nose. I'm not your targeted demographic.

Just sayin' ....It didn't look very appetizing.
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#44 Jan 23 2014 at 10:33 AM Rating: Good
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Kaelesh wrote:
Elinda wrote:
Kaelesh wrote:
Elinda wrote:
The picture of the ham or bacon or whatever it is on the grimy cooking sheet isn't very appetizing.


That's uncooked, home-cured canadian bacon.
You should photo it on something besides the stained pan.


I'm sorry my stainless isn't up to your par. I was hammer toasted when I cooked that.
Food is difficult to photograph well, it doesn't matter much for this but if you want photos of your sandwiches, do the smart thing and hire a photographer (preferably one specialized in food photography). Those badly lit, messy photos of food you usually see in food carts are **** near enough to put me off the food.

My daughter has done a couple of food shoots - menus and web pics. She claims food is her favorite subject to photograph - and she gets to eat her models afterwards.
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Elinda wrote:
She claims food is her favorite subject to photograph - and she gets to eat her models afterwards.
So do the Casting Couch people.
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She claims food is her favorite subject to photograph - and she gets to eat her models afterwards.
So do the Casting Couch people.

Lmao
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Food is difficult to photograph well, it doesn't matter much for this but if you want photos of your sandwiches, do the smart thing and hire a photographer (preferably one specialized in food photography). Those badly lit, messy photos of food you usually see in food carts are **** near enough to put me off the food.


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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
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How can a grilled cheese be done wrong?.


He lost me on that too.

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I'm also reasonably sure that in one of the Worst Cooks episodes, someone actually attempted to grill cheese. As in, placing slices of cheese on a grill. Needless to say, that didn't work so well.
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#49 Jan 23 2014 at 2:35 PM Rating: Excellent
What are you talking about, that works great and is delicious. It's not a sandwich, but still fantastic.
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#50 Jan 23 2014 at 2:36 PM Rating: Excellent
Whenever I made grilled cheese as a kid, after the sandwich was done I'd place a slice of cheese in the pan, and let it turn into a delicious crispy cheese wafer.
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#51 Jan 23 2014 at 2:49 PM Rating: Good
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