The Real Grilled Cheese
We have a Grilled Cheese Apron on our Online Shop that inspired this post. We love the apron and think that it’s a lot of fun, but after a while we got to thinking, what actually happens if you grill a loaf of Tillamook Cheese? We had to find out…
It turns out… you can grill cheese! It starts melting pretty fast and as cheese drips on to the coals, the fire flares up. Just like you would with anything else on the grill you have to rotate the loaf and it gets grill marks in it. One thing that I didn’t expect is that after I took the loafs of cheese off the grill, I found that only the outer layer of cheese was melty and gooey, and the rest of the cheese was still pretty solid. I guess you could keep it on the grill longer and let it keep getting gooey if you want to grill it all the way through? You just might not have a very big loaf left!
However, my real problem is that I didn’t know what to do with a grilled cheese once it was grilled. We got out a bag of tortilla chips and sliced cheese onto them. It was sort of like nachos, but you only heat up the cheese! Tell me, what would you do with a loaf of grilled cheese?