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Grill My Cheese: The Cookbook: From Slumdog Grillionaire to Justin Brieber: The Greatest Toasted Cheese Sandwiches Ever!


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English | ISBN: 184949942X | 2017 | EPUB | 144 Pages | 19 MB

Brought to you by the two girls behind the hippest new street food stall in London of the same name, Grill My Cheese revolutionizes what you thought could be achieved between just two slices of bread. With recipes including Justin Brie-ber (brie, grape, chutney), Baby Got Mac (pulled pork, mac n'cheese, bbq sauce & cheese), Jay-Cheese and Bean-once (homemade baked beans, grilled sausage & cheese), Slumdog Grillionaire (Indian spiced potato, coriander, apple & peanut chutney, onion & cheese), the book features creative flavor combinations with a focus on quality ingredients.
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