The last time you had a grilled cheese sandwich was . . .
- seconds ago
- minutes ago
- hours ago
- days ago
- weeks ago
- months ago
- years ago
- decades ago
- never. I’ve never had a grilled cheese sandwich in my entire life.
The last time you had a grilled cheese sandwich was . . .
My college cafeteria was actually not bad, but grilled cheese day was always one of the most popular meals no matter what. Can’t beat the classics.
Does a Welsh rarebit count as a grilled cheese sandwich? Because I think the American grilled cheese sandwich is pretty disgusting but I love a good Welsh rarebit.
It was sometime in April, maybe March.
Best served with some tandoori jam in the sammich.
Try it with bacon and mustard.
I am too lazy to grill… I toast some toast in the toaster oven, then melt a combination of Swiss, mozzarella, and provolone on one slice, then slather pesto all over the other and bring the two halves together to make heaven.
That sounds good – and like a recipe even I couldn’t screw up!
I wanted a quick snack the other day. No bread but cheese slices and soft soft tortillas.
Folded the tortilla into quarters, dropped a cheese slice into each fold, quick heat up on the stove.
Was it a grilled cheese? was it a modified quesadilla? You make the call.
My daughter used to demand to go to a Mexican restaurant to get a cheese quesadilla, rice and beans. No, she wouldn’t let us make her a cheese quesadilla, rice and beans.
I’ve made a tuna melt recently, but it’s been a while since I had a straight grilled cheese. I like both the Classic American and the Three Cheese variety, though the latter is even better with fig jam on it.
Ok, but what type of fat do you use to toast your bread?
Used to be butter, but I’ve since seen the glory of mayonnaise as a grilling medium.
This question is extremely personal , i choose not to answer thank you.
Dolmio or Ragu ( Bolognese sauce of choice ) add cheese, ham, etc. Bread/baguette around it all. Smash that toast button. Or place lovingly in grill. Boom, pizza sammich.
I count a toaster-oven open face sandwich as a grilled cheese, though technically it’s not.
I make that the most often because it’s easy, and safe to walk away from for a minute when you have to.
We upgraded our stove a few years ago but not our cookware. This means that it takes a powerful attention span and obsessive watching plus turning to get the proper stovetop version to turn molten in the middle without actually scorching the bread. But I can usually accomplish that and then I’m proud of myself for days.
I’m pretty flexible in my definitions.
I never thought open-faced should count as a sandwich, though. But I do usually make a traditional grilled cheese by making two open-faced slices and then putting them together to make a proper sandwich.
I consider a quesadilla a form of grilled cheese, but I often add other ingredients, which fundamentally changes it. Still, I’d consider a croque monsieur or a croque madame to be forms of grilled cheese, too.
But the question I have is this:
These days, when I make a grilled cheese sandwich I usually add a generous amount of garlic powder between the butter and the cheese. Is that…
However, I like that you included “seconds ago” as an option, in the event that someone ACTUALLY ate a grilled cheese sandwich seconds ago and screamed “HOT DAMN, THIS IS MY TIME TO SHINE!” upon seeing this survey.
This seems like a great time to post the now legendary “Reddit Grilled Cheese Rant”. Some of the language is a little salty (nothing too bad), but blurred just in case.
A grilled cheese consists of only these following items. Cheese. Bread with spread (usually butter). This entire subreddit consist of “melts”. Almost every “grilled cheese” sandwich i see on here has other items added to it. The fact that this subreddit is called “grilledcheese” is nothing short of utter blasphemy. Let me start out by saying I have nothing against melts, I just hate their association with sandwiches that are not grilled cheeses. Adding cheese to your tuna sandwich? It’s called a Tuna melt. Totally different. Want to add bacon and some pretentious bread crumbs with spinach? I don’t know what the hell you’d call that but it’s not a grilled cheese. I would be more than willing to wager I’ve eaten more grilled cheeses in my 21 years than any of you had in your entire lives. I have one almost everyday and sometimes more than just one sandwich. Want to personalize your grilled cheese? Use a mix of different cheeses or use sourdough or french bread. But if you want to add some pulled pork and take a picture of it, make your own subreddit entitled “melts” because that is not a f*ing grilled cheese. I’m not a religious man nor am I anything close to a culinary expert. But as a bland white mid-western male I am honestly the most passionate person when it comes to grilled cheese and mac & cheese. All of you foodies stay the hell away from our grilled cheeses and stop associating your sandwich melts with them. Yet again, it is utter blasphemy and it rocks me to the core of my pale being. Sh, I stopped lurking after 3 years and made this account for the sole purpose of posting this. I’ve seen post after post of peoples “grilled cheeses” all over reddit and it’s been driving me insane. The moment i saw this subreddit this morning I finally snapped. Hell, I may even start my own subreddit just because I know this one exists now.
You god damn heretics. Respect the grilled cheese and stop changing it into whatever you like and love it for it what it is. Or make your damn melt sandwich and call it for what it is. A melt.
I like cooking frozen tortellini and eating it with butter and garlic powder. My wife thinks I’m crazy. She has to have pasta sauce.