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Scrambled Eggs, Tomato + Hot Sauce Grilled Cheese

Scrambled Eggs, tomato, hot sauce grilled cheese socialLast month was National American Cheese Month (omg! yay!) and I had the pleasure of receiving some really awesome American-made Cheeses to play around with. So instead of doing pilates and going on a run – like I said I would… whoops – I avoided the cold weather at all costs and only hung out at Whole Foods Brooklyn and my apartment, spending my time concocting some brain melting sandwiches. Because hey – work/sandwich life is important this time of year, ok? Anyways, this ooey gooey breakfast sandwich features Alpha Tolman, one of my favorite cheeses from The Cellars at Jasper Hill, scrambled eggs, tomatoes, chives, and a ton of Melinda’s garlic habanero hot sauce between two crisp, buttery slices of Texas Toast. It may be sort of heavy for the mornings, but it will definitely make waking up at the crack of dawn not suck.  Continue reading

A Shitty (yet delicious!) Bodega-Style Bacon, Egg + Cheese Sandwich

Bodega Style Bacon, Egg and CheeseIf you’ve lived in or have ever visited New York City, you’re probably well aware of the plethora of bodegas that stud our streets. And sure, they may provide us with slightly chilled bottles of water on a hot as heck summer day, “aged” chocolate bars that have bloomed (yes, I didn’t know this was a real thing until I moved up here), and of course – BODEGA CATS! Continue reading

The Bibimbappy – Bibimbap Grilled Cheese with Gochujang, Kimchi, Fried Egg, Coconut Rice, Green Onion + Cheddar

bibimbap grilled cheese kimchiWhen I was “planning” my trip to Europe, I forgot to actually figure out anything for my week in Berlin. I didn’t realize this until, well, 1 day before I was about to leave Hamburg. You see, I’m not much of a planner and I can usually get away with it, but since I had been snug as a bug with my friends in Hamburg, I sort of panicked. I had never been to Berlin, nor had any connections there. It was weird going to a place that I didn’t know one single soul but it was also kind of exciting. I imagined that I’d stay at some cheap hotel, spend a lot of time alone “blogging”, explore the city solo style, and hopefully meet a random group of friends that would adopt me into their clique and take me to some raves. Continue reading