Thursday, January 28, 2010
Livin' LARGE with Sandwich Grills
No grill? No problem. Step aside Paul Wall, here are a few easy steps that will change your life. Well, maybe not your life, but at least you can change the dilectability rating of your next meal. One common misconception is that toasting* your bread is in any way, shape or form comparable to grilling your sandwich. Toasting your bread just warms up and hardens each slice. Grilling makes the outside of the bread crunchy, whilst the inside of the bread remains warm and soft... Just like your local baker, Pantoliano likes to eat it. Grilling it also melts the cheese and warms everything up inside of the sandwich to make you feel like you just got home from sledding; with Timmy, and then mom whipped you and Timmy up some grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup. Remember? Timmy?
I know how obvious grilling is to some of you, but bear with me as we welcome readers of all different skill levels here at Sandwich Blog. So, without further ado... lets grill.
Step 1. Butter each slice.
Step 2. Flip the bread over and apply mayo.
Step 3. apply your ingredients of choice and have the cheese by itself.
Step 4. Grill bith sides on low heat till the cheese melts... careful now. I'm told that George Forman grills are great for this sort of thing.
Step 5. Open that puppy back up and lettuce add veggies.
WHooa... thats some pretty heavy stuff man! Far Out!
*I toast my bread all the time. But this is just to exemplify the difference in experience between toasting and grilling.