Saturday, June 1, 2019

The Ornery Old Lady's Baked Cheese Sandwiches

Howdy Friends! Tonight I decided maybe I oughta go check on the Ornery Old Lady and her son, so I hopped me a ride on one of them big eighteen wheeler horseless carriages and popped in to visit the old gal. 
Them eighteen wheelers shore is a fast ride. Trouble is, you never know what kinda music yer gonna git. I like me two kinds of music: country and western, and I can handle a little bit of rock and/or roll if its the right kind. But when it comes to hip and/or hop, them suckers cuss way too much, and that there metal stuff sounds like an ole panther fightin' with a werewolf. 
I didn't come here to talk about music, though. I came to talk about the ornery old lady and her baked cheese sammiches.
When I strolled into Ornery's place, she was standin' by the stove butterin' slices of bread and puttin' 'em on what looked like a big ole sheet of plastic on top of a pan.
"Ornery," I said, "Y'all don't wanna put that there plastic in the oven. It'll melt all over and ruin yer sammiches."
"Grover, this isn't plastic," Ornery answered back. "This here is silicone, and it's made to go in the oven. The food doesn't stick to it, and it's easy to clean up."
"Well, if that don't beat all!" I said. "Y'all oughta tell folks about this here silly-comb! Bet it costs an arm and a leg, though."
"Not at all, it's pretty cheap," Ornery said. "I'll put a link at the end of the post."
Ornery had eight bread slices on the silly-comb mat and she stood there starin' at 'em kinda confused.
"Ornery, is somethin' troublin' you?" I asked.
"Well, Grover, I want to make four sandwiches, but I've got eight slices of bread here," said Ornery.
"Well you want four slices fer the bottom and four slices fer the top," I said. "Ornery, yer 'rithmetic skills could use some help. Maybe y'all need to git an abacab. I had an abacab when I was in school, and it shore helped me a lot! So, what kinda sammiches are you makin' here?"
"Toasted cheese sandwiches," Ornery said. "They're real easy to make."

How to make the Ornery Old Lady's favorite toasted cheese sandwiches:

Put butter or margarine around the edges of all your bread slices.
Put two or three slices of cheese on each bread slice.
Put the bread slices with cheese into a 400-degree oven and cook them for 5 minutes.
Take the pan out of the oven, and put the top slice of bread on the sandwiches.
Flip the sandwiches over, and toast in the 400-degree oven for another 5 minutes.
Now you've got the perfect toasted cheese sandwich.
I like cooking my toasted cheese sandwich this way instead of in a skillet because you don't have to watch the sandwiches to make sure they aren't burning. You just set the timer for 5 minutes per side.

"Ornery, that's really swell!" I said. "I hate to eat and run, but I left Cactus Clem in charge back at the Hotel, an' you know what a prickly sucker he can be when he's had a few!"
Anyways, Folks, I've gotta head on back home 'fore Clem gets his fool self thrown in the clink fer doin' a stick-up. Make sure to check out the good deals Ornery's got for you at the bottom of the post!

Yer ole pal,
Ghost Town Grover

With Cactus Clem

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