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In Grilled Cheese I Trust

Written by Biggie on January 18, 2013

It’s not hard for me to see Sandwiches in the oddest of places. I look at something and think that it reminds me of a sandwich.  That is what happened when I came up with “In Grilled Cheese I Trust”. I was looking at a dollar bill and saw the Eye of Providence and thought to myself that looks like a stack of sandwiches.

As a dad of a 4 year old we make a lot of grilled cheese sandwiches in my house.  I know when in doubt my little one will always eat a grilled cheese. In Grilled Cheese I Trust!  The grilled cheese is such an easy sandwich to make.  I have seen people not even make it on a pan or on a grill, they’ve pressed together 2 slices of bread and cheese and just put it in the toaster and toasted it. When it pops up – toasted Grilled Cheese!

Originally the grilled cheese was served as an open faced and started in the 1920’s during the Great Depression. It wasn’t till the 1960’s that people started putting the top slice on the broiled cheesy bread and making it into a grilled cheese sandwich.

When I make a grilled cheese I usually put a little butter spray on the bread or a light coat of mayo on the outside slices so they get nice and golden brown.  It doesn’t matter what type of cheese you use just make sure that if you are adding something else like ham or turkey that you have added enough cheese for it to be called a grilled cheese and not a hot ham and cheese sandwich.  Did you know that American cheese is the most popular choice for grilled cheese, according to the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

In Grilled Cheese I Trust was grilled up cheesy by Lain Lee 3 Design.

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About Biggie

I am a sandwich eater and I wanted to create a brand that gave the King Of Meals the love that it deserves. Deli Fresh Threads is all about the sandwich. I hope you enjoy my brand and my site. Please say hi and tell me how you came across my brand.

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