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In the Kitchen with Gram...Apple and Havarti Grilled Cheese!


This right here? Gram's favorite sandwich!!

And, I have to agree...sooooo delicious! The Havarti melts into a creamy deliciousness that is out of this world! I think it would be delicious with some caramelized onions too...but even without? FAB.

Totes fab, y'all.

Okay...you ready for this? It's super hard...or, you know, NOT.

Bread...pick your poison. :)


Peel and slice up some apples...


Melt some butter in a pan, brush it around...


Lightly saute the apples...


Slice the Havarti...


And slap it on your bread...


Take your warmed through, slightly sauted apples and plop 'em on top of the cheese.


Mmmmmm...look at that!


Generously butter the top...


Place them, buttered side down in a heated skillet, and butter the tops.


Grill until golden brown and melty and delicious!!


Ready for the recipe?!

Okay, here we go!

Gram's Apple and Havarti Grilled Cheese


Havarti Cheese
Bread (your pick, cinnamon raisin, honey wheat, white, whatever!!)
Granny Smith apples
Butter

Melt some butter in a pan, lay apple slices in butter and lightly saute...you want the apples to not be mushy, they should still have a bit of "bite" to them! Slice the cheese, lay it on the bread, top it with enough apple to fill the bread, lay another slice of bread on top. Butter one side of the bread, lay it buttered side down in a heated saute pan, butter top slice of bread, flip when golden brown and cheese is melty deliciousness!

Enjoy!





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  1. Yum, that looks divine. Can't go wrong with cheese and apples.

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