Me & My Muse – Day 2403: The Fresh Flavor of Wednesday

What flavors are we talking about?   Today, I’m talking about the flavors of egg bread and black forest ham.  I already made my shopping trip to the store and I have all the ingredients I need to make grilled cheese sandwiches.  But not just any grilled cheese sandwiches.  These ones have a touch of elegance to them.  A touch of flavor.  Imagine two slices of egg bread dipped into a mixture of eggs, Dijon mustard, chopped tarragon leaves, and ground pepper.  Melt some butter in a sauce pan.  Cook the bread and add the black forest ham and teleme cheese.  Do this and you’ll have a grilled cheese sandwich that will reign supreme over all the other grilled cheese peasants.

If you are salivating, then you know what to do.  Make a grilled cheese sandwich, but make sure that you do it the right way: with flavor.

And that is the fresh flavor of Wednesday.  What culinary works of elegance will I craft next week?  Stay tuned and find out.

I will be making this delicious recipe when my brother is home from work.  If cooking is something that needs to be done, I would rather do it with a touch of class.  Flavor is a must, as I have had my share of bland dishes.  I’ll let you know how it turns out!

Today’s high is going to be 28 degrees and the silver lining is being able to make a culinary marvel of excellence.

To those of you who love refining and tweaking classic dishes, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.

 

Muse:  You’re making my mouth water!  And now it’s raining, thanks to you!  …Urgh…That’s it!  You got me hungry now.  I have to make that recipe!

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