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Grilled Cheese Grows Up

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Grilled cheese is at the top of the list for comfort food, great for a satisfying lunch or quick dinner. In your kitchen, take grilled cheese to new heights this winter with our “grown-up” combinations that are sure to please your palate:


Prosciutto-Chèvre Grilled Cheese

For a twist on the usual, this grilled cheese features creamy goat cheese, grated Parmesan and thinly sliced prosciutto, plus sliced radishes and fresh, earthy arugula.


Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

The more cheese the merrier! Combine three cheeses to take the classic sandwich to a new level. Try cheddar, Swiss and Muenster, or gruyere, fontina and mozzarella. For some smoky flavor, add bacon. Or dress it up a bit with a creamy avocado spread.


Tomato Basil Burrata Grilled Cheese

Burrata, a fresh Italian cheese made from mozzarella and cream, is a highlight in this Caprese salad inspired sandwich, which also features roasted tomatoes and fresh basil.


Brie, Red Onion & Tomato Grilled Cheese

Rich melted Brie, red onion, and sliced tomato turn a basic sandwich from a kid’s favorite to a tempting meal, perfect for a quick lunch or dinner any day of the week!


Short Rib, Caramelized Onion & Gouda Grilled Cheese

If you have more time to spend – or better yet left over short ribs from last night’s dinner – turn your kitchen into a restaurant with tender, shredded short ribs, sweet caramelized onions and smoky gouda. Grill this sandwich on rye or sourdough.