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    Amen to #17 (Blanket) Post.

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    Wonder Bread and Velveeta , cooked in a waffle iron.....brings back good memories.
    I need to get a waffle iron...for grilled cheese .
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryB View Post
    Very definition of comfort food! Dip the grilled cheese in the soup!
    Oh yeah!

    My requested B-Day dinner is soup made from tomatos put up from SWMBO's garden with a grilled cheese sandwich. If we have a leftover lamb, thinly sliced with grilled onions go in the sandwich. Cheese: Tillamook Extra Sharp White Cheddar. Then a cup of decaf and a nap.
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    I like grilled pimento cheese sandwiches too. The cheese needs to be so hot you can barely eat it.

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    Had to stop reading and go make a grilled cheese sandwich.
    Life is better now.

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    We might not eat as fancy as Bill Gates or Ruppert Murdock, but we are just as happy and more content.
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    eating fancy is way overated

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    Wife just called. She is headed home from watching the grandkids. Wanted to know if I wanted her to grab something on the way home for dinner. I said nope Ill make us up some GS sandwiches.

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    We eat better because a lot of our food comes from the work of our own hands! Be it gardening, hunting, or fishing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hickory View Post
    We might not eat as fancy as Bill Gates or Ruppert Murdock, but we are just as happy and more content.
    Life is good!

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    no we just eat better because we eat what we have

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    One of the best kitchen gadgets I bought was a sandwich press. Even a cold cut sub is better toasted in it!

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    MaryB,

    What kind of press did you buy?

    I used to like the pressed sandwiches made by a local diner (The Dawg House) but the place closed when "Big Bob" & his lady passed away within 6 weeks of each other.

    yours, tex

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    Older version of this https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-GR-...sandwich+press as a griddle it is under powered but as a sandwich press it works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryB View Post
    We eat better because a lot of our food comes from the work of our own hands! Be it gardening, hunting, or fishing!
    MaryB, you forgot about home brewed beer!
    Ed

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    I made another old favorite today. Saturday at the grocery store I hit the deli and got 2 slices of bologna 3/8 thick. cut a slice of red onion and separated it. fried the bologna on in the onions until oinions were done and bologna was dark on faces, Set on bread onions on it and a slice of sharp cheader cheese. a little ketchup and mustard.

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    Having read through the posts the common thread is that the grilled cheese sandwich is a comfort food. Relating back to something that was quick and nutritious for mom to get ready for a meal. Some dishes that I look at with fond memories go back to childhood memories or things prepared on the trail during hunting trips. I associate different food dishes with the pleasant activities that were being pursued when I ate them during meal breaks.

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    Blue2 that's so true. The cold bologna and cheese sandwich and cold beer were really great at lunch sitting under a bale wagon waiting for empty wagons LOL

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    Summer sausage on a buttered bun with chips as a quick shore lunch during a day of fishing. Was mom's go to so she could get back to fishing! She would sit through weather that made me say nope and keep on fishing LOL

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    Here's my .02 for grilled cheese; butter the outside of the bread and sprinkle powdered garlic on it before you grill it. Then if you want to spice it up more, Tobasco.

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    Is has been cold & snowy the last couple of days, so last night's Dinner was Grilled Turkey Melts with Tomato Soup. Even tried the Grilled PB & J for Dessert ..... Not too shabby
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