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The Spookiest Halloween Grilled Cheese Made With Green Slime (Pesto Gouda) and Fresh Flesh (aka Ham)

Halloween Grilled Cheese With Green Slime (Pesto Gouda) and Fresh Flesh (aka Ham)

If you loved Stranger Things as much as I did, then get excited!! Season two is about to come out so to celebrate, I came up with 11 Stranger Things Inspired Waffle Sandwich Recipes. Of course, I had to make one of them a spooky grilled cheese inspired by The Upside Down! I mean, just imagine how popular you would be if you dressed up as 11 and brought a big platter of these green slime and fresh flesh grilled cheese sandwiches with you to any and all of your halloween parties. It’s a good idea, right?! Continue reading

Apple Picker’s Harvest Grilled Cheese made with brie, fresh apples, smoked ham, honey and fresh thyme butter

Apple Picker's Harvest Grilled Cheese made with brie, fresh apples, smoked ham, honey and fresh thyme butter

As you may know if you’ve been following me for a while, I absolutely adore fall! And even though it probably won’t feel like it down here in Florida for a few months, that doesn’t mean I’m not already in full spirit mode.

From fall scented candles to comfy sweaters and permanent sweat pants, I am all in. Continue reading

The Feschzel – Bavarian Pretzel Grilled Cheese with Wisconsin Gouda, Honey Baked Ham, Caramelized Onions and Bavarian Mustard

Pretzel Grilled Cheese with Caramelized Onions, Ham, and Gouda Cheese

A few years ago I packed up my bags and headed to the midwest to judge Wisconsin’s Grilled Cheese Academy’s Recipe Showdown. Not only was it like THE BEST TRIP EVER because I got to taste about a billion different ooey gooey creations, but I also got to get a taste of what cheese country was all about. I met prolific cheese makers, heard their stories, learned about cheese making, and most importantly, ATE ALL THE CHEESE!

It was there that I met my cheesy girl crush, Marieke Penterman, who moved from the Netherlands to Wisconsin to craft her authentic gouda cheese right here in America. It’s mildly salty, just a tad sweet, perfectly nutty, and melts like a dream. Her Dutch gouda is basically a match made in heaven for grilled cheese lovers. Continue reading