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Great Grilled Cheese - 50 Innovative Recipes for Stovetop Grill and Sandwich Maker - cover

Great Grilled Cheese - 50 Innovative Recipes for Stovetop Grill and Sandwich Maker

Laura Werlin

Publisher: Stewart, Tabori & Chang

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“Clever versions of the American classic” from the James Beard Award winner for The All American Cheese and Wine Book (Publishers Weekly).   Brie and apricot jam on a baguette; spinach and goat cheese on a croissant; blue cheese and fresh figs on crusty Italian bread: this is not your mother’s grilled cheese sandwich. In Great Grilled Cheese, cheese expert and award-winning cookbook author Laura Werlin presents fifty scrumptious grilled cheese and panini recipes that range from the traditional to the contemporary. In addition to the more inventive combinations, including grilled cheese for dessert, there’s always room at the table for the classics: grilled American on white, or apple, ham, and cheddar on sourdough.   Werlin discusses techniques—nonstick versus cast-iron pan, whether to cover during cooking, how to use the ultra-popular panini machine. Maren Caruso’s tantalizing photographs perfectly convey the appeal of creamy melted cheese pressed between two slices of crisp, buttery bread. For cheese aficionados, parents whose kids insist on grilled cheese at every meal, and the kid in all of us who craves comfort food, Great Grilled Cheese will satisfy everyone’s cheese dreams.

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