@rawhite37 Sometimes I’ll build these for my lunch. Make 'em up the night before and put a little Havarti cheese on there and way, way too much peppa. Sitting in the fridge overnight, the cheese gets a little melty like. By lunchtime it’s a tomatolicious blend of garden fresh, pepperey, gooey goodness.
@ruouttaurmind@shahnm hot dogs are delicious i like all beef hot dogs the best. grilled, pan fried, boiled, right out of the fridge packet, i like them all. imho, if we’re going to kill an animal for meat, might as well use all of it!
Peanut butter and brown sugar on a toasty four tortilla, wrapped up with a little cinnamon. My grandma called them “pañales sucios” AKA “dirty diapers”. I just don’t think about the name when I stuff them in my facehole.
i picked turkey - some nice turkey on white bread with a thin slick of hellmanns on either side and many very very thinly sliced half sour pickles. a little shredded iceberg is optional.
grilled cheese is great, but a good one takes time. 15 minutes. assembly, heat pan with butter over low, then toast for five long minutes each side, so the bread is nice toasty brown and the cheese is super melty. then let it rest just a couple minutes on a plate or board before cutting it so it sets up. i like mine with ketchup for dipping. dad always had his that way. lots of people make a face, but i don’t see how it’s that weird when grilled cheese & tomatoes - either fresh or souped - have long gone hand in hand.
@zachdecker i’ve heard that! what i like about butter is i can just melt it in the pan and not have to fiddle with spreading the outside of bread and then picking it up. i suppose there’s nothing stopping me from liquifying mayo in the pan the same way however… will have to give it a shot.