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Old 06-20-2011, 03:24 AM   #21
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Don't listen to Yunus, I broke bread with him today and that kid eats healthy for the fun of it. I take him to a burger and steak house and he gets a salmon sammich.

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I'm in the Northwest, I'm going to eat fresh Salmon every chance I get! I can get a good burger back home but back home some people think farm raised artificially color added salmon is good. I once lived in Alaska and know better
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Old 06-20-2011, 03:42 AM   #22
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I'm in the Northwest, I'm going to eat fresh Salmon every chance I get! I can get a good burger back home but back home some people think farm raised artificially color added salmon is good. I once lived in Alaska and know better
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I'll have to try some Muenster with the Cheddar.

Years ago in a place called Peaches in Georgia I had a burger with a slice of blue cheese. That was really good. I wonder if blue cheese would make a good grilled cheese sandwich? Maybe combo'd with another milder flavor like Jack or Provalone, or mozzerella! I have had the Mozzerella with cheddar and that is dadgum near perfect.

I still say that any processed cheese-like substance is sacrilege.

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Old 06-20-2011, 10:12 AM   #24
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I think if you mixed blue cheese crumbles with another mild cheese it would end up being an EPIC good grilled cheese.

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I like white American for my grilled cheese. Tango, I maybe have to stop and pick up some blue cheese and try that sandwich tonight. It sounds awesome.

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I like a good Swiss on rye.

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Loads of Muenster and Cheddar with one slice of ham.
No. No. That's a grilled HAM and cheese, isn't it. This is starting to go the way of the hot dog discussion we had a few weeks ago. I believe this thread was meant to be for grilled cheese purists.
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Yes don't ruin my grilled cheese by putting some chunked and pressed formed meat substance on it. Good lord man.

I may accept Bacon as Bacon is food of the gods. But no HAM HAM is ICKY ICKY POO POO....

Can you tell I am not a HAM guy.

If you are going to put ham on it might as well go all the way and put some head cheese on it as well.....

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Got to use alot of real butter..Like Land-o-Lakes..on the out-side of the bread before you slap-it in the frying-pan...Not that Fake stuff they call butter in a tub....Land-o-Lakes (salted)...Real Butter...

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I like a mix of cheeses to include some American (gooeyness), Cheddar (sharp for bite & firmness), and some Mozz for stringyness.

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