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6 Gooey Grilled Cheeses You Can’t Live Without — Comfort Food Feast

by in Recipes, February 26th, 2015

Roasted Poblano and Mushroom Grilled CheeseThough the staple of your youth may have been nothing more than American cheese on butter-smeared white bread, modern takes on grilled cheese consider that assembly just a starting point. Next time you get a hankering for the buttery, griddled goodness of an oozing grilled cheese sandwich, stack a few creative ingredients that can elevate the childhood classic to a satisfying, comforting main.

Get this: When you sandwich smoky roasted poblano peppers and creamy Monterey Jack cheese between two slices of bread, you’ll get a flavor reminiscent of classic chiles rellenos. Bring two cultural classics together for a Roasted Poblano and Mushroom Grilled Cheese, and don’t forget to brush the bread with a little chipotle in adobo for added heat.

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VOTE: Your Favorite World Series Sandwich

by in Polls, October 22nd, 2011

world series sandwiches
This season, eight Major League Baseball stadiums in cities across the country rolled out sandwich carts featuring Food Network signature sandwich creations. As if the rivalry between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals could not get any more intense this weekend, both Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and Busch Stadium in St. Louis will be offering their city-specific steak sandwiches, custom made with local flavors like St. Louis-style barbecue sauce during the World Series.

There’s no need to travel in order to taste these meaty fan favorites. Make the Texas Steak Sandwich or the St. Louis Steak Sandwich in the comfort of your own kitchen, just in time for Game 3 of the Series tonight.

Check out Food Network and Sandwich Central for more Food Network Eats.

 

Shrimp Po’ Bubba’s — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, August 17th, 2011

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Paula’s Uncle Bubba serves his classic deep-fried shrimp po’ boy, a traditional submarine sandwich from Louisiana, on a toasted hoagie roll with tartar sauce. If you want to feel like you’re in New Orleans, ask your family if they’d like their sandwich fully “dressed,” which means adding lettuce, tomato and mayo (in this case tartar sauce).

Get the recipe: Shrimp Po’ Bubba’s

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