Want to make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich? Start by perfecting the basics. Stand-up comedian and Eat St. host James Cunningham shares his top six tips that will turn your grilled cheese from good to great.
While the ingredients have been around for centuries, the idea of the sandwich is not as old as you’d think.
When summer arrives and strawberries are in season, this is the perfect way to enjoy them. Whirl up the berries with yogurt for a creamy, refreshing snack. Orange juice adds a sweet tang.
Using avocado, Clover Leaf All Natural Tuna and other simple ingredients, this delicious recipe makes for a great healthy snack.
A fun riff on a classic Canadian dish, this sandwich uses hash browns as bread, combined with delicious creamy mozzarella and crispy bacon. Dip these delectable poutine grilled cheese sandwiches in warm gravy and you’re good to go!
Waffles are a sweet substitute for bread, while ready-cooked rotisserie chicken makes for fast and simple assembly. Dip this scrumptious sandwich in maple syrup for added decadence.
Who doesn’t love a clubhouse sandwich? This reboot of a classic adds gooey marble cheese and creamy avocado to three layers of pan-seared bread for a crispy finish.
Inspired by his travels in the beautiful region of Apulia (the “Heel of the Boot”) in Southern Italy, chef Michael Howell from the Tempest Restaurant in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, created this flavour-packed grilled Panini which will make you dream of La Dolce Vita. Serve with a side of mixed olives and a glass of Limonata (sparkling Italian lemonade).
Made with local BC cheeses, luxurious brioche and homemade fruit chutney, this grilled cheese, developed by chef Ned Bell of British Columbia, is simple yet unique and satisfying.