You love it, every bite of it. The taste reminds you of your childhood memories, where things were more fun and simpler back then. Your mom would call you for a perfectly grilled sandwich and a glass of milk. And that was all of your worries and troubles.
And maybe it doesn’t remind you of anything. Maybe you just like to slap a slice of cheese and wolf it down. But do you know what cheeses would be most suitable for your bread? or which ones go well together? Hungry in Dublin Reveals the best cheeses
Soft cheeses tend to get the short end of the crust, but their cream texture and amazing flavor lend themselves well when grilling, provided you’re willing to drop some figurative cheese for literal cheese. A nice and creamy goat cheese would work well in between the crusty bread and if you have a little extra in the pocket, try Chevre. It’s more expensive but the taste is irresistible.
You must be in shock now. But that’s true. Hungry in Dublin wouldn’t call it cheese though, for a number of reasons (such as the fact that is has less than 51% cheese and that the 3 main ingredients are milk, whey and milk protein concentrate). But hey, the label says what is says. It is basically delicious, edible glue, and it works with more or less every add-on you can think of… but still tastes amazing on its own. Try the American cheese on breakfast-type sandwiches with bacon and eggs.
Feta & Blue
Usually, feta and blue cheeses are used for salads reserved for salads as well as gyros due to their crumbly texture and stank, blue and feta aren’t exactly promoting themselves as a “grill me” cheese. But here is what you do: combine them with other cheeses, they will bring out all kinds of flavor.
We know a few places where the cheese gets so melted, you cannot believe it!