What I Ate This Week | Grilled Cheese Love

I don’t want to be bossy, but I think you need to go out and buy a loaf of good crusty bread this weekend. And then you need to make these two grilled cheese sandwiches.

(Really, you’ll thank me.)

Wild Mushroom Melt Panini Wild Mushroom Melt Panini from Panini Happy // Dang you guys, I love mushrooms. I could eat this everyday and I would never get tired of it.

Sweet & Spicy Caramelized Onion BBQ Grilled Cheese Sweet & Spicy Caramelized Onion BBQ Grilled Cheese from Ring Finger Tan Line // And then since we still had bread left, I made this. Yes, it is a mess of onions and crumbs and cheese and barbecue sauce. But it’s a delicious mess.

Roasted Pumpkin & Mozzarella Salad Roasted Pumpkin, Kale & Mozzarella Salad with Shallot Vinaigrette from Baker by Nature // I thought I’d make this with some of the salad greens I’m growing since the kale isn’t quite ready yet. Everything was going well until I finished this photo and transferred the greens from one bowl to another. And then I looked into the just-emptied bowl–bugs! Bugs everywhere! Hundreds of tiny bugs! So there’s no photo of the finished product because after several washings, the lettuce was wilted. Just a tad. But aside from the insect drama, we loved this salad.

Shells with Browned Brussels Sprouts and Buttery Breadcrumbs Cavatappi Shells with Browned Brussels Sprouts and Buttery Breadcrumbs from Cooking Light // Although I’m partial to roasted brussels sprouts, sauteing comes in a close second. This is a nice, quick fall dinner.

Peppermint Candy Truffles Peppermint Candy Truffles // It feels a little bit weird to be working on Christmas recipes and photos in October, but I got over the weirdness while eating these truffles. Ooh, truffles. I made these for another blog’s holiday gift guide, so no link yet–sorry!


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