April 12th is National Grilled Cheese Day. Mackenzie Smith, founder of GrilledCheeseSocial.com, stopped by The Couch to show us how to create a great grilled cheese and pair it with wine.
Though most delis can sell you pre-sliced American on white bread, here are some grilled cheese that are little more indulgent and worth a few more dollars.
Diners can head to the Pullman to try the beast of Midtown East, a massive 5-lbs sandwich stuffed with sweet sausage, broccoli rabe, sweet peppers, and mozzarella cheese.
New York City restaurants can seem to have infinite cheesy offerings, from a simple cheese plate to a luxurious cheese soufflé. Check out these restaurants for NYC’s best mac and cheese, fondue, grilled cheese and more.
Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day on Friday, April 12th with an ooey, gooey cheese stuffed sandwich. These New York City restaurants and food trucks are melting New York City’s most creative grilled cheeses for the best way to bite into this cheesy food holiday.
Michael Jacober operates Morris Truck, a food truck specializing in the comfort food favorite.
A city this diverse has many top notch places to get your veggie sandwich fix. Here’s a look at our favorite vegetarian sandwiches in NYC.
CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo and his daughter Stephanie cooked up three dressed up grilled cheese sandwiches from around the world.
The Milk Truck Classic grilled cheese sandwich was made with aged gruyere, which had a pleasant tang, as well as the gooeyness I hoped for.
The weekly special had lots of breaded jerk chicken, muenster cheese and sliced tomato on French bread. The jerk chicken was nice and peppery, with a decent amount of heat.
CBS2’s Tony Tantillo checks out some gameday food at Snap Sports Bar in this week’s Dining Deal.