|Am I the only one who thinks it looks like the bread's chilling|
with cheese arm candy, and a butter bodygaurd? Yes. I am.
2 thick slices of Challah Bread (Challah is a traditional Jewish bread that is usually eaten on the Sabbath. It's also crazy good for making things like french toast or grilled cheese. It can be found in a surprisingly large number of stores, but not everywhere. If you can't get it, you can replace it with whatever inferior bread you like. Or you can look up a recipe on the internet and just make some. You know, like a man.)
1.5 TBSP Salted Butter
2 oz Fontina Cheese
1 oz Pepper Jack Cheese
Before we get started, yes I know that as a kid you likely didn't use fancy breads or cheeses. But in my defense, shut up. First of all, just because you didn't have access to these ingredients as a kid, it doesn't mean that you wouldn't have loved a sandwich made from them. Secondly, we're not kids anymore (I assume. I don't know who reads this thing). The point is, we're making something awesome, that evokes all of the best memories of the childhood sandwiches we took for granted, but that's still satisfying to our vaguely adult selves.
The first thing to do is melt your butter in a pan, over medium heat. You don't want the pan too hot for this thing, otherwise the bread will burn before the cheese melts, and you'll lose face in front of your dojo. Once your butter is nice and heated, add in your bread, and let it cook for about a minute, until the face-down side gets crispy and delicious looking. If you're not salivating, you're doing it wrong. Scratch that. If you're not salivating, you have a medical issue and should call a doctor. If you're not salivating more than you usually do, you're making the sandwich wrong.
|For best results, weep openly at the deliciousness while eating|