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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    You get two pieces of bread and put them on the bottom plates of this machine here (called a "toastie-pie maker" informally).



    Put cheese of top of the pieces of bread then put another piece of bread on top of that. Then flap the top plates down and turn the heat on. Most people use a mild, relatively hard cheese like Edam or Colby.
    Yeah that's how we do it in our house.

    I don't think I've seen it done the way @prplchknz has described myself. Normally if someone is cooking the cheese separately on top of the bread, then that's just cheese on toast, but from what I can remember I've never really squashed it together, I can't speak for the rest of the countries in the UK though, even my own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Yeah that's how we do it in our house.

    I don't think I've seen it done the way @prplchknz has described myself. Normally if someone is cooking the cheese separately on top of the bread, then that's just cheese on toast, but from what I can remember I've never really squashed it together, I can't speak for the rest of the countries in the UK though, even my own.
    yeah that's how it is over here cooking cheese on top of bread= cheese toast. which is delicious btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    You get two pieces of bread and put them on the bottom plates of this machine here (called a "toastie-pie maker" informally).



    Put cheese of top of the pieces of bread then put another piece of bread on top of that. Then flap the top plates down and turn the heat on. Most people use a mild, relatively hard cheese like Edam or Colby.
    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Yeah that's how we do it in our house.

    I don't think I've seen it done the way @prplchknz has described myself. Normally if someone is cooking the cheese separately on top of the bread, then that's just cheese on toast, but from what I can remember I've never really squashed it together, I can't speak for the rest of the countries in the UK though, even my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    yeah that's how it is over here cooking cheese on top of bread= cheese toast. which is delicious btw
    Cheese toast = weird

    I usually put tomatoes and/or ham into the toastie as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    Cheese toast = weird

    I usually put tomatoes and/or ham into the toastie as well.
    no it's not it's basically a traditional grilled cheese with with out the top piece of bread

    best grilled cheese I had was a grilled cheese with 7 different kinds of cheese fried green tomatoes and bacon mmmmmmm
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    itt: Uk and commonwealth trolls

    toasties of peace

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    My favorite grilled cheese has blueberries in it. I use sour cherry jam in this recipe too:



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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    My favorite grilled cheese has blueberries in it. I use sour cherry jam in this recipe too:



    Amanda k. by the Bay: Balsamic Blueberry Grilled Cheese Sandwich
    I just read the recipe, I'm going to make that blueberries win at everything btw
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    I just read a thing that says to butter and grill the bread on one side first, then assemble the sandwich with the grilled sides on the inside with the cheese, and then butter and grill as usual. Can't wait to try.

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    I'll never understand how a thread about grilled cheeses, a thread about men's genitals disappearing, and a thread about my problem with typing others over a forum end up with a decent amount of posts. but I never considered toasted the bread then making the sandwhich then toasting the other side. not sure if that would work it might I dunno. Speaking of toast is putting olive oil on the bread then toasting it. I actually have a toaster oven toaster combo so in the morning I toast the bread normally then i put butter on it (and cuz butter's hard out of the fridge) i put in the toaster oven for like 30 seconds to slightly melt it and then take it out and put peanutbutter on it.
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