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What is the best choice to include in grilled cheese, /ck/? Caramelised onions or bacon?

>> No.13009992

It's not a grilled cheese if you add either of those.

>> No.13009995


and the answer is both

>> No.13009998

>too gay and underage to just add both

>> No.13009999

If you want a better grilled cheese, add a better blend of cheeses

>> No.13010002

Which kind? I like a little bit of tomato sauce is good. Salsa or picante would probably be nice, but I've never tried it.

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>> No.13010005

Your dad's cum

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>> No.13010025

Greatest grilled cheese of all time
>two thick slices of French bread
>Sharp white cheddar
>European style butter
Spread a generous amount of softened butter on one side of each slice of bread. Place one butter-side down on a medium hot griddle. Layer slices of each cheese on top until you have the desired amount. Place the other slice of bread on top with the butter facing up. Cook until the first side is golden brown, then flip and continue to cook until that side reaches the same color. Serve with a large dill pickle spear and a spinach salad.

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and mustard.
and a third slice of bread.
Also if you can dip the bread in egg yolk for a bit first, so much the better.

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>drinking dirt water

>> No.13010035

Oh and a tomato Parmesan bisque.

>> No.13010043

Mail-order Elf
Fair warning: it's traced CP

>> No.13010245

>not immediately recognizing as109's style

>> No.13010270


maybe he isn't a nonce

>> No.13010289

then why would he want source retard?

>> No.13010354

Neither but ham and béchamel sauce will put you well on the way to a croque monsieur and croque madam which are universally regarded as the pinnacle of grilled cheese sandwiches.

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>> No.13010361

Why don't you get down on your knees and assume a position that's ready to receive my thick, creamy poz load?

>> No.13010370

If the majority of the filling is cheese, it's still a grilled cheese.

>> No.13010434

Liar. Got any proof? That's what I thought.

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Basil and bacon.

>> No.13010442

No. Then it becomes a melt.
Still delicious, but not grilled cheese

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But is it?

>> No.13011522

Good pic. Good bread is also important; I like sourdough. If using cheap cheese, throw bacon, onions, mushrooms and whatever you want in. If it’s expensive cheese only use one or two complementary imgredients as to not overwhelm good cheese.

>> No.13011703


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