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Thread: Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

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    Quote Originally Posted by kootne View Post
    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.
    Donít forget the fried ham inside!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigboat View Post
    I put bacon and tomato on mine. Actually quite a bit of bacon
    Don't forget the Lettuce!

    My Idaho wife showed me how to put a large dolllop of Miracle Whip on (in) it...Omy, YES!
    Last edited by sniper; 03-03-2018 at 12:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by opos View Post
    I make a grilled cheese the normal way except I add a "layer" of deviled ham (with a little mustard in it) and cook it up...my Wife calls it "Alpo" (sort of looks like dog food) and man is it good...messy but good.
    We had something similar in the Military....Called it S.O.S. or something similar! LOVED that stuff!

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    I like a slice of vidalia onion and a smear of brown mustard in my TCS....good stuff.

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    alright best ever. 2 slices of home made sourdough bread cut a half an inch thick. Covered with real butter on the outside with 1/4 inch slices of Velveeta on the inside. Grilled until toasted golden brown on both sides on a cast iron griddle. Dipped into a bowl of Campbell's tomato made with a can full of whole milk and a slab of butter floating on top. Beat that

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