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Tonight we decided to make some of our gourmet grilled cheeses.  Everything but the sauce and butter was done on the Kamado Joe over the past weeks.  Placed the bread on the skillet to crisp up and then under the broiler for a couple of minutes for the cheese to melt.

 

Homemade Sour Cream Bread

Smoked Cheddar

Smoked Provolone

Garlic Butter  

Pulled Pork

Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce

 

Let me tell you this was one of the best grilled cheese sandwiches that I have ever had.

 

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In my restaurant, we made grilled cheese with ham and tomato slipped inside, hamburger patties, sausage patties, etc. every burger got remade as a grilled cheese and it was a huge hit.

Jag, those are dynamite sammies! That pulled pork on grilled cheese surely looks delicious! Try them with some shaved Hamm, or salami, etc. You'll love it!

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Great looking grilled cheese sammies, Jag!  I'll bet that smoked cheese really added to the flavor.

 

 

In my restaurant, we made grilled cheese with ham and tomato slipped inside, hamburger patties, sausage patties, etc. every burger got remade as a grilled cheese and it was a huge hit...

 

Have you ever seen the "fatty melt"?  A hamburger with grilled cheese sandwiches as the bun.  Definitely not health food, but yum!:  http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2008/10/hamburger-fatty-melt-burger-with-grilled-cheese-sandwich-buns-recipe.html

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Great looking grilled cheese sammies, Jag!  I'll bet that smoked cheese really added to the flavor.

 

 

 

Have you ever seen the "fatty melt"?  A hamburger with grilled cheese sandwiches as the bun.  Definitely not health food, but yum!:  http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2008/10/hamburger-fatty-melt-burger-with-grilled-cheese-sandwich-buns-recipe.html

 

 

Heres a grilled cheese for you.  This is from one of my favorite restaurants.  Wife and I go and split a grilled cheese and fries.  Most of the time we still leave some food even after splitting it.

 

http://meltbarandgrilled.com/melt-challenge/

 

Our monster grilled cheese featuring 13 different cheeses, 3 slices of grilled bread and a pile of hand-cut fries & slaw. 

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Great looking grilled cheese sammies, Jag!  I'll bet that smoked cheese really added to the flavor.

 

 

 

Have you ever seen the "fatty melt"?  A hamburger with grilled cheese sandwiches as the bun.  Definitely not health food, but yum!:  http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2008/10/hamburger-fatty-melt-burger-with-grilled-cheese-sandwich-buns-recipe.html

 

 

Heres a grilled cheese for you.  This is from one of my favorite restaurants.  Wife and I go and split a grilled cheese and fries.  Most of the time we still leave some food even after splitting it.

 

http://meltbarandgrilled.com/melt-challenge/

 

Our monster grilled cheese featuring 13 different cheeses, 3 slices of grilled bread and a pile of hand-cut fries & slaw. 

 

 

Oh my....good thing I'm nowhere near that restaurant, that's a challenge I'd have a hard time resisting!  Don't know if I could finish it all, but I'd sure give it the ol' college try. :)

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