I received this e-mail today from a concerned Grilled Cheese Fan:
I have been following your ten day grilled cheese binge so far, salivating all over my keyboard the whole time (I will be sending waaf a bill for posting such delicious blog material which in turn ruined my keyboard). Since I have not yet seen your most recent sandwich of glorious cheesiness, I will assume that you have actually past away from clogged arteries as a man of your stature, endurance, and intestinal fortitude would never give up on a challenge quest which would grant you wizardry status of the umpteenth level. So I hope this e-mail reaches you safely in the afterlife surrounded by the greatest rockers and mounds of bacon and grilled cheese that are magically good for you and healthy without sacrificing taste.
Party on my friend.... party on.
or just post another delicious sandwich...
Thanks for your concern Justin. No need to worry, you'll be pleased to know(some will be disappointed) that I am still alive and shoving sandwiches into my Grilled Cheese Hole. Sorry I'm late with today's blog, Kayem brought in free sausages and I was temporarily distracted.
Day 11 is kind of a back to basics day(plus I had to get rid of some of the pile of cheese in my fridge). I call this one "The 5 Timer" because it has 5 different cheeses: Monterey Jack, Cheddar, Provolone, White American, and the creamy killer, Boursin. I made sure both pieces of bread were heavily spread with the Boursin and Butter because I really want my Doctor to earn his pay. When pressing this one in the pan be careful the Boursin doesn't burst through the top. Unless you're into that kind of thing. The mix of cheeses was great. The sharpness of the Cheddar and the Jack mixed with the mellow Provolone and creamy herbal Boursin. I almost cried. I'm sure my heart is crying right now.
"The 5 Timer" also reminded me of this classic from Saturday Night Live with Tom Hanks, Steve Martin, Paul Simon, and a very young Conan Obrien: