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    Cheese and Jelly sandwhich?! ew

    Growing up I loved experimenting in the kitchen!
    I have made a lot of little meals and snacks.
    Most were disasters (chocolate waffles made from nestles quick mix)
    but some were utter brilliance (fried banana slices w peanut butter, eggnog cake w my secret ingredients and sauces yummm)

    But besides all of that, one of my discoveries (which im sure has been discovered and enjoyed by other people as well), is the deluctible Jelly and Cheese Sandwhich...

    I know, I know, it sounds gross, and everyone I tell about it makes the funniest faces ive ever seen. But just think of it as cream cheese and jelly on a bagel, Im sure people thought that was strange. Thats actually how I came to make sandwhiches of this sort. I ran out of bagels, and cream cheese, so I made due with what I had, and LOVED it!

    Maybe you could try it some time, yea?

    Tell me what you all think

    <3 Michelle

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    My ex-bf likes to put jam or marmalade on his cheese sandwiches...orange marmalade and cheese is actually quite good. Especially on scones.

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    yumm, now I want this on a toasted croissant =]

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    It makes sense to me!

    The other day I was making a cheese sandwich with this gorgeous aged cheddar (Cabot Vermont) I got at Costco. Then I remembered I had some apple cranberry chutney from Trader Joe's. And voila! Now that was good! Call it fancy cheese and jam - but it was gooood!

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    cream cheese and jelly is a normal sandwich. i liked them as a kid, and i've seen them mentioned in books. i don't know about other cheeses though, but the aged cheddar and chutney sounds awesome.

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    sounds as good as the peanut butter and green olive on rye sandwich my mom swears by. don't think i'll try this one either, though!

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    i make a panini with brie and apricot preserves. tasty!

    i've known quite a few peops that have spread strawberry jam on top of grilled cheese sandwiches. i guess it has the same effect of a slice of cheese on top of apple pie.

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    Oh my gosh, this brings me back to grade school (which was a LONG time ago) when my mother made us American cheese and grape jelly sandwiches for our sack lunches. I haven't had one in several decades, and now I WANT one.....

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    Im so glad im not the only one who does something like this =]

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    Well, speaking of jelly on wierd things, my mom swears by jelly on fried bologna sandwiches. Explain that!


 

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