This is the sandwich that triumphed: A marriage of a summer BLT and an actually grilled-grilled-cheese sandwich. The buttery crunch of the bread, the juicy tomatoes, the melty cheese, the crisp bacon and lettuce — these two sandwiches were meant to find each other and become one.
“It’s going to be a good season for finding morel mushrooms, there’s no doubt about that,” said Brian Harris, spokesman for the Payette National Forest in Idaho.
“Sharing a stage with so many amazing Pilsner brewers that I infinitely admire is such an incredible feeling and is a great testament to the hard work of our whole team,” he said.
10 percent of this opening weekend’s sales will be donated to Cherokee Trail High School. Beyond that, the Serenity Ridge Kneaders plans to donate day-old bread to southeast Denver’s SECOR food bank.
“Unquestionably, this is a lot of product. … It reflects the severity of listeria as an illness, the long duration of illnesses and the outbreak and the long shelf life of the products,” said Matthew Wise, who leads the outbreak response team at the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“I had finally started dating,” he explains with a grin. “And a girlfriend said, ‘Wow, you’re good-looking, you should be a model!”
Although the landscape and weather changed when they moved here, the food remained the same. The key was always simple food that could travel well and was, most importantly, big on flavor.
“This is going to make a real difference in providing families across the country the information they need to make healthy choices,” the first lady said in a statement.
“I don’t mind if I live in a squalid little New York apartment,” Reider says, adding that he has just one requirement: “a nice kitchen.”