You Need How Many Sandwiches?

True story: the first two food stuffs I learned how to make were grilled cheese sandwiches, and scrambled eggs. And while I would eventually eat myself sick of scrambled eggs, and take 25 years to get back to a psychological place of comfort so that I could eat them again, the grilled cheese has always been there. A warm, gooey, buttery friend to get me through all the dark places of my life. It is the least that I can do, to pass along this instruction on how to make grilled cheese en masse.

I can't believe I've went this long without knowing how to do this. It would even work on my own personal recipe, which I pass along to you:

Per Sandwich
Three slices bread, any kind (I generally use a light rye)
1/3 cup cheese, shredded (I use a blend of Mozzarella, Swiss and Monterey Jack for maximum gooeyness) 
As many strips of bacon as you damned well want, cooked
1/4 cup ground beef, cooked

Prepare two slices of bread as you would with a conventional sandwich. On the pan side of one slice of buttered bread, sprinkle ground beef. Cover with cheese, either blended or separated for a flavour dichotomy. Warm skillet. Toast third, unbuttered slice of bread in toast at light setting (just enough to give it colour and heat). Place beef slice in pan, butter side down. Place toasted slice on top. On this, place more cheese, top with bacon, and third slice of bread. Compress sandwich with spatula. When bottom cheese has melted and fully engulfed the beef, flip (carefully). Continue to cook until cheese is melted and bread is coloured to liking.

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About MR. Clark

Adopting the descriptor of "successfully unpublished author", MR. Clark began writing things on the internet in 2012, which he believed to be an entirely reputable and civilized place to find and deliver information. He regrets much.


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