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I make grilled meat sandwiches with cheese and onions. Different breads can be used, it is your choice. They are really good, and can just be made as a fast dinner for one.
Butter the one side of bread,put butter side down in skillet. Put meat of you choice on, add cheese and sliced onion. Butter other side of bread, butter side up. Grill on both sides in a skillet.
Yep I love fresh, hot toasties! Cheese and tomato are my favorite...
You are making my mouth water haha. I make these kinds of sandwiches all of the time on my George Formen grill. So quick and so tasty. I like adding bacon to them I might have to go make one now.
Great old fashioned thinly cut ham and cheese like this is amazing. Toss in a cut tomato and piles of that ham and you've got perfection.
This is exactly what I had for dinner, minus the onions. I like to add cucumbers slices with my meat and cheese sandwich, sounds funny but it is delish!
You do have to be careful of the onion though as it can really hold the heat. Same if you add tomato. Anything with a high water content will harbour the heat and blister the top of your mouth.
Not a meat, but grilled peanut butter and jelly is incredibly good. Tip: wear a bib.
I love this kind of food but it does not love me !! a trillion calories a shot.
by sunflower18 years ago
Need some ideas for non-traditional meatless sandwiches.
by Faeriephenomenon6 years ago
What is your favorite home cooked food?
by Debby Bruck5 years ago
How do you make your favorite sandwich?Tell us how you make your favorite sandwich. It may be traditional, zany, exotic, using two pieces of bread, or open-faced. Is this your own creation? Include spreads, spices, or...
by Money Fairy5 years ago
peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?jelly beans ?choclate chip cookies?mallow mars?nutter butter?recees peanut butter cups???bologna and cheese sandwich?Look forward to hearing back from all of you!!!
by jaydawg8085 years ago
What's a good combination with peanut butter?I like the standard PB&J!
by starme777 years ago
I like Ribeye - med rare with some onions and mushurooms and a nice tall beer
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