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Old 06-19-2011, 09:54 PM   #11
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Best Cheese : Orange..Hot..and..Running...
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American process cheese? That's sacrilege! Only Cheez Whiz could possibly be worse.

Medium or sharp cheddar is my favorite, with a slice of ham on sliced sourdough and toasted to perfection.

Anybody use those cast iron campfire clamshells to make a grilled cheese? My boys say that is the best way but to me they are too small. Besides that they are right! Nothing like a grilled cheese over the campfire!
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Loads of Muenster and Cheddar with one slice of ham.
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I don't think one cheese is enough. Sharp cheddar with Muenster are my picks. They need to be on nice thick slices of whole wheat or seven grain bread.
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I can't pick just one, or even two, cheeses for a grilled cheese sammich. Depends on what I'm in the mood for, and most any cheese may strike my fancy at any given time.
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I like a combination of Velvetta and Provolone with a nice, hot bowl of tomato soup so I can keep it real when I was first on my own and this was a "payday" meal when I was "celebrating".

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To eat grilled cheese on anything less than Sour dough is food blasphemy.
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To eat grilled cheese on anything less than Sour dough is food blasphemy.
QFT!!

Sourdough. The Diet Killer. Mmmmmmmmm. *drools on self*

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Nobody said ...BACON...I haven't tried it but it sounds good....
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What is the best cheese for making grilled cheese sanswiches?

I prefer a good provolon.

Look at taste meltability and any other aspect you like..
colby jack.............it's the best of both worlds
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