Miss Eaves’ Grilled Cheese

September 27, 2007

Miss Eaves was my third grade teacher. She gets the honor of having this sandwich named after her, because it reminds me of my childhood (and because “Eaves” sort of rhymes with “cheese”).

This post is nothing special or life-changing. It’s just a nice photo of something we all need from time to time.

Like a hug.

To Make:

Make plain cheese sandwiches using regular sliced bread and Kraft singles (we call it slicker cheese in our house because of its resemblance to a yellow rain pancho).

Heat a non-stick pan over medium heat and melt some butter in the pan.

Gently cook the sandwich until golden on both sides.

I smash the sandwich down right at the end (that’s the way my mom did it).

Cut diagonally into two pieces.

We ate these sandwiches with beef and barley soup for lunch. Good day.


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