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13 hours ago, DA RAIDERS said:

to be clear, i f'ing love mayo.  i dip fries in it.  but, hot mayo?  no, just no.

You understand that by the time the grilled cheese is done (again, assuming OUTSIDE of the bread only), the mayo basically disappears into a crispy crust that resembles a savory French toast?  There's no "hot mayo" at the end of the process, any more than there's "hot butter" on the outside of a grilled cheese made with butter.

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11 minutes ago, heckmanm said:

You understand that by the time the grilled cheese is done (again, assuming OUTSIDE of the bread only), the mayo basically disappears into a crispy crust that resembles a savory French toast?  There's no "hot mayo" at the end of the process, any more than there's "hot butter" on the outside of a grilled cheese made with butter.

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some people are just embarrassing themselves in here over and over again.

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Regardless of whether you use butter or mayo for your grilled cheese sammies, how many are melting shredded cheddar into the outside to make double grilled cheese?  If you haven't, you should try it.

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1 minute ago, bryhamm said:

Regardless of whether you use butter or mayo for your grilled cheese sammies, how many are melting shredded cheddar into the outside to make double grilled cheese?  If you haven't, you should try it.

I was just discussing this at lunch with a colleague.  Sounds awesome.

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59 minutes ago, bryhamm said:

Regardless of whether you use butter or mayo for your grilled cheese sammies, how many are melting shredded cheddar into the outside to make double grilled cheese?  If you haven't, you should try it.

Go on...

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On 7/13/2018 at 8:51 AM, mr. furley said:

grilled cheese and pickles?

i find myself thinking this has to be weird.... then realize that 90% of the time i eat a grilled cheese, it's with a pickle chaser.

Does he cook them, or do you?

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9 minutes ago, Aaron Rudnicki said:

Just had a nice grilled cheese dipped in some tomato soup. Mayo’d it up pretty hard. Perfection.

that was Sunday dinner here :thumbup:

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3 minutes ago, Aaron Rudnicki said:

Just had a nice grilled cheese dipped in some tomato soup. Mayo’d it up pretty hard. Perfection.

Had an admin “retreat” at work today and the lunch was catered in. Accidentally put mayo on a baked potato instead of sour cream because it was between the sandwiches and the potatoes and the lighting was dim. 

Was the best thing that happened all day!

 

 

 

 

 

Yeah, today sucked.Thank god I realized my mistake and threw that ####er straight into the trash.

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On my way to get dinner tonight I saw a fat, old man wearing a bikini and walking down the street.  He would occasionally stop to pose and dance around.  The woman at the restaurant said he is a regular down the street at this time, although I have never seen him before.  This is the main street in the city so there are a lot of people around. 

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15 hours ago, IMAX 3D said:

Go on...

You start like a normal grilled cheese sandwich.  But, don't cook the first side all the way.  Stop about 1/2 the time you normally would do and flip it over.  While side 2 is cooking, sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese on side 1.  When side 2 is about 1/2 way done, flip it back over (ie put side 1 back down).  Sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese on side 2.  When side 1 is fully done, flip it back over to side 2 to finish that side.  When it is all done, the shredded cheese is melting INTO the bread.

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I worked from home today so decided to try grilled cheese 2 ways.  Started with mayo first.  I liked it a lot.  Went with butter for another one.  Seemed kind of ordinary after eating the mayo version.  I think I may have been converted.  Both sandwiches were identical with the exception of what was spread on the outside:

whole wheat bread (Publix brand)

2% American cheese slices (Publix brand)

Kraft light mayo with olive oil

Land O’ Lakes butter with olive oil and sea salt

 

Thanks for the recommendation @Aaron Rudnicki

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35 minutes ago, Osaurus said:

I worked from home today so decided to try grilled cheese 2 ways.  Started with mayo first.  I liked it a lot.  Went with butter for another one.  Seemed kind of ordinary after eating the mayo version.  I think I may have been converted.  Both sandwiches were identical with the exception of what was spread on the outside:

whole wheat bread (Publix brand)

2% American cheese slices (Publix brand)

Kraft light mayo with olive oil

Land O’ Lakes butter with olive oil and sea salt

 

Thsnks for the recommendation @Aaron Rudnicki

Wat?

13 minutes ago, arrow1 said:

What about using Miracle Whip instead of Mayo? 

Burn in hell

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2 hours ago, Osaurus said:

I worked from home today so decided to try grilled cheese 2 ways.  Started with mayo first.  I liked it a lot.  Went with butter for another one.  Seemed kind of ordinary after eating the mayo version.  I think I may have been converted.  Both sandwiches were identical with the exception of what was spread on the outside:

whole wheat bread (Publix brand)

2% American cheese slices (Publix brand)

Kraft light mayo with olive oil

Land O’ Lakes butter with olive oil and sea salt

 

Thanks for the recommendation @Aaron Rudnicki

you're doing yourself a disservice here..eta, and here

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1 minute ago, DA RAIDERS said:

you're doing yourself a disservice here..eta, and here

I was willing to let the cheese slide but the diet mayo was egregious 

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Just now, IMAX 3D said:

I was willing to let the cheese slide but the diet mayo was egregious 

haven't y'all heard?  full fat dairy is good for us now.  a 22 year long study has proven that full fat dairy is good for the heart.  full fat please  thank god, i've never bought into the 'diet' versions of anything.

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Feral cat abandoned 2 of its 5 kittens in my back yard. My better half hates cats with a burning passion. I'd rather not have kittens die in my yard. Anyone ever deal with this? Anyone in Brooklyn want a couple cats?

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4 hours ago, bryhamm said:

You start like a normal grilled cheese sandwich.  But, don't cook the first side all the way.  Stop about 1/2 the time you normally would do and flip it over.  While side 2 is cooking, sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese on side 1.  When side 2 is about 1/2 way done, flip it back over (ie put side 1 back down).  Sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese on side 2.  When side 1 is fully done, flip it back over to side 2 to finish that side.  When it is all done, the shredded cheese is melting INTO the bread.

but you still butter/mayo up the outsides first, right?

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1 hour ago, mrip541 said:

Feral cat abandoned 2 of its 5 kittens in my back yard. My better half hates cats with a burning passion. I'd rather not have kittens die in my yard. Anyone ever deal with this? Anyone in Brooklyn want a couple cats?

:( Your better half does not sound better.

Take them to a shelter?  It’ll be hard to get into a no-kill one since it’s kitten season and they’re overrun, but as long as it’s not a high-kill one they’ll have a good shot, given they’re kittens and all.

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