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Made with love... and butter

September 28th, 2015

Olivia loves grilled cheese sandwiches. I made her one the other night and for the first time in all these years she paid attention to how I did it.

"You put butter in it?!" she marveled. "You make the best grilled cheese sandwiches in the world!"

I served her the plate and she continued, "Yours is even better than Daddy's!"

Well, Claus is a great cook, but I've seen him sometimes toast cheese in between bread as a lazy method. He's tired. I get it. She still eats it.

My girl went on and on about how I'm the best cook ever, etcetera. (I'm "eating" it up, LOL.)

I told her, "It's also because I cook it with love. I love cooking for my sweetie!"

"Yours is still better than Daddy's," she insisted.

"He cooks with love, too," I reminded, trying to get her to cut her dad some slack. He's a great dad.

"That's fine," she determined. "He cooks with love, but he's not cooking with butter."

4 Responses to “Made with love... and butter”

  1. keoni:

    Hmmm, Julia Child would be proud of Olivia! LOL


  2. De:

    We just started making grilled peanut butter jelly sandwiches. It was delicious.


  3. makahawahine:

    Everything is better with butter! Melt butter in the pan. Put cheese slice on bread, then sliced tomato on cheese, then another cheese slice on tomato, then bread slice on cheese. Grill in pan till golden brown and flip over to grill other side. Onoliciousness! Must use real butter of course.


  4. pnutgrrl:

    Try mayo instead of butter. That's how a lot of chefs do it.


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