Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Not Your Momma's Grilled Cheese Sandwich!

Recently my name was drawn at Heather's 1000th. blog post celebration and I won this great recipe book.
It just came in the mail Saturday [we must make the most of that since USPS Saturday deliveries will soon be ending in an attempt to salvage our government-run-synonymous with bankruptcy- Postal "Service"! Oh, did I forget govt. subsidized by our taxes?!]
 I have browsed through the pages filled with delicious recipes for everyone and there are too many ideas to list all my favorites but below are a few notable sandwiches, sufficient perhaps to pique your interest.
The first one that caught my eye was  "Chocolate Hazelnut-stuffed French Toast" yum yum, how is that for a sweet-tooth breakfast?
Followed closely by " Smoked Salmon and Brie", " Cheese Sliders With Caramelized Balsamic Onions", "Veggie and Goat Cheese Wraps", "Turkey Jalapena Melt", "Salmon and Gorgonzola" etc etc and so on!
In case you re thinking these are a bit too exotic for you, included are new versions of patty melts and grilled cheese burgers.
 There is an entire section devoted to delicious recipes for homemade relish, salsa, mayo, aioli, pesto, hummus and other sauces and spreads.
The book is authored by Alison Lewis, published by Robert Rose and is available from either of them.
Grilled cheese sammies are such a quick, satisfying meal and actually can be made nutritious, healthy and elegant so if grilled cheese is a favorite of yours too check out this new cook book.


Heather said...

I bought hubby a copy of this book for his birthday along with a panini press. So far we have made the nutella and raspberry with brie, but left out the brie. I don't usually eat sourdough bread, but it stands up to spread ing the nutella and the flavour worked well with the sweetness. Looking forward to making more.

GardenofDaisies said...

These versions really sound delicious. I do love anything cheesy.

Andee said...

Yum Yum!

wendy said...

I never get tired of grilled cheese sandwiches. I may have to check that out.