Host a Grilled Cheese Party

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With tips from these executive chefs, it will be a cheesy cinch

Not only is April Grilled Cheese Month, but today is Grilled Cheese Day — double whammy! While the classic one slice-two slice diner staple still remains a favorite of children, adults, and those in need of a good hangover cure, things have gotten a bit more complex over time.

With one-item spots like New York’s The Melt Shop and Little Muenster, Cleveland’s Melt Bar & Grilled, and Wisconsin’s Grilled Cheese Academy site popping up all over the country, it’s nearly impossible not to explore options outside of "American on white."

Since we’re all about making home-cooked food gourmet here in Entertain, why not host a gourmet grilled cheese get-together? Create a do-it-yourself bar, consisting of various types of breads, cheeses, fillers, and condiments. Have guests create concoctions based on their cravings, and everyone can swap ideas in the end.

To inspire guests who really aren’t all that crafty in the kitchen, have signature grilled cheese ideas for them to try; write the recipes on chalkboards and place them near the bar so they can follow along. Take a cue from these executive chefs from the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J — each heads a different restaurant and each brings something different to the good old one slice-two slice mold.


Crusty Italian Bread with Pecorino Toscano Cheese, Fresh Anchovies, & Basil-Parsley Pesto

 

 

 


Grilled Cheese on Sourdough with Epoisses, Oxtail Marmalade and Smokey Tomato Coulis

 

 

 


Grilled Brie & Goat Cheese with Bacon and Green Tomato

 

 

 


Romeo’s Late Night Grilled Cheese

 

 

 


Ricotta Cheese Panino with Mortadella and Spicy Peppers