Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese Sandwich by Culinary Envy

Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese Sandwich is like everyone’s favorite jalapeño popper appetizer melted between golden, buttery bread with 2 creamy cheeses and 1 crunchy surprise! It’s the grown up version of the classic grilled cheese sandwich lunch meal!

1 vote
Thin Crust (Meatless) Lunch Pizza

Thin Crust (Meatless) Lunch Pizza by "Cheffie Cooks"

In a matter of minutes this lunch time pizza is ready to devour!

1 vote
Avacado Spinach Grilled Cheese

Avacado Spinach Grilled Cheese by Teri A

This is so buttery, toasty and yummy for a great meal any time of the year. Get creative and add veggies like tomato or asparagus to kick it up a notch!

1 vote
Croque Monsieur Panini

Croque Monsieur Panini by Catherine Pappas

1 vote
Savoury tart with ham

Savoury tart with ham by Judy fraschia

A potato crust with lovely filling, a little goes a long way Note: make two... Freeze without baking the second one. You never know when it will come in handy with unexpected guests/ drama

1 vote
Mushroom & Kale Grilled Cheese

Mushroom & Kale Grilled Cheese by Food Wine Thyme

1 vote

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1 vote
grilled cheese with brie apple honey peanut butter

grilled cheese with brie apple honey peanut butter by Real Food Real Kitchens

Everyone at Real Food Real Kitchens LOVES grilled cheese sandwiches. They are one sandwich that can grow with you from childhood to adulthood... all depending on the ingredients you put in. There's the kind my Mom used to make me with two slices of white bread, two slices of American cheese, and white bread with butter slathered on…

1 vote
Sort of Uijstmijter

Sort of Uijstmijter by Ian Dixon

Uitsmijter became a firm favourite when I spent some time working in the Netherlands. Slightly different and more filling than a plain sandwich plus no meat. Important as I wasnt eating meat at the time. Now I cant always get the ingredients I want to make a more authentic version and so was born my 'Sort of Uitsmijter' which is close…

1 vote
Cheddar Scones with Ham and Honey Mustard Butter

Cheddar Scones with Ham and Honey Mustard Butter by Deborrah Justice

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Brie and Strawberry Panini

Brie and Strawberry Panini by Carolinaheartstrings

This month we are making all kinds of sandwich combinations. Check out Alessa’s wonderful Pineapple Mango Chicken Pita. Can you tell we love fruit here at Carolina HeartStrings and what better time of year than strawberry picking time to be creative? I used some of the wonderful strawberries I picked last weekend hanging around in…

1 vote
Grilled Cheese and Apple Sandwich

Grilled Cheese and Apple Sandwich by Carolinaheartstrings

Is there anything better than apples with cheddar cheese? I think not. (Well, except for carmel and peanut butter of course). If you have never tried this as combination I highly recommend it. Anything with cheese is a go for me and that is what prompted me to pair apples and grilled cheese. Grilled cheese . . . . . good.…

2 votes
Jalapeno Popper Sandwich

Jalapeno Popper Sandwich by Phyllis Munro

I couldn’t believe how much it tasted like a crunchy Jalapeno Popper. The cream cheese combined with the cheddar jack is a perfect combination. I used a sour dough bread, and the addition of the crushed chips between the two layers adds a nice crunch to the sandwich. The recipe I found actually called for roasting your own jalapeno…

1 vote
(Not Just Any) Grilled Cheese Sandwich

(Not Just Any) Grilled Cheese Sandwich by Amos Miller

Ah, the humble grilled cheese. At one time, the least expensive thing on a menu. Now you're probably looking at entree prices. Friends, if you are going to pay good money in these bad times for a grilled cheese sandwich, I say it is time to make it yourself - and we're talking about not just any grilled cheese sandwich. Let's…

4 votes
Maccheroni al limone. Sardinia Island.

Maccheroni al limone. Sardinia Island. by CHEFMAURIZIO

Sardinia, a beautiful island. I've always tried to understand his people and of course cuisine. It was not easy, but I think I have succeeded almost entirely. The people of Sardinia, is a bit closed, but very generous, as well as superb cuisine. Sardinian cuisine has influences from Spain and Genoa. The ingredients are simple, the sea…

3 votes