National Grilled Cheese Month: Gourmet Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Looking for something easy to make and comforting that will excite your tastebuds yet won’t break the bank?
Since April is National Grilled Cheese Month, we decided to celebrate this important culinary event by sharing some recipes and ideas for delicious gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches with you (as well as Alton Brown’s special twin skillet method for making melted grilled cheese).
Gourmet Grilled Cheese Recipes
Alton Brown Talks Cheese, Then Shares His Twin Skillet Method of Grilled Cheese Making
The above video widget at the top of this story features a video excerpt from Part 1 of Alton Brown’s Good Eats: For Whom the Cheese Melts (Season 2, Episode 2).
To make it easier to find the information you need, here’s a look at where Alton Brown shares interesting information in the video, organized by the approximate time in which it appears:
0:01 Alton Brown’s Cheesy Intro
2:45 See How Cheese is Made
5:33 Cheese Statistics and Overview
6:39 How to Find a Cheese That Melts Well (for grilled cheese, fondue, macaroni and cheese, etc.)
7:11 Basic Cheese Melting Technique
6:21 What to Look For in a Good Cheese Shop
7:58 The Big Cheese Wheel is Cut…Oh My!
8:17 Converting an Old Cutting Board into a Wire Cheese Cutter Using a Guitar String
9:49 Where and How to Store Cheese At Home
If you’re a cheese fanatic like me and are also curious about Alton Brown’s Twin Cast Iron Pan Method for Making Grilled Cheese, you’ll also want to see Part 2 of Alton Brown’s Good Eats: For Whom the Cheese Melts (Season 2, Episode 2), which is also featured in the above Video Widget.
Below is another helpful summary of where to find the information you need in the video, also organized by approximate time:
0.01 Selecting a Fondue Pot
1:00 Choosing a Cheese Grater
1:45 Fondue Statistics, Trivia, and History
2:40 How to Fondue
8:00 Alton Brown Makes Grilled Cheese: The Two Cast Iron Pan Method
--Doug DuCap/ HuggingtheCoast.Com