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It’s a ballpark classic to combine soft pretzels with hot mustard, and it’s a favorite of CHOW Editor in Chief Jane Goldman to combine hard pretzels with Jarlsberg. Here we teamed up all those flavors and toasted the results for a winner of a snack.
1Heat a large frying pan over medium-low heat. While the pan is heating, cut the roll in half lengthwise and press down on each half to flatten. Spread the butter on the outside of each half and the mustard on the inside.
2Once the pan is warm, add a roll half buttered side down, top with the cheese, and close the sandwich with the remaining roll half buttered side up.
3Cook until the bread is toasted and the cheese is melted, about 5 minutes per side.
Laura Werlin has pointed us in the right direction before when it comes to cheese. The noted cheese expert and author of Laura Werlin’s Cheese Essentials now turns her critical gaze to the apotheosis of cheese expression: the grilled cheese sandwich. Only a few factors—the butter, the cheese, the bread—yet so many possibilities for a wrong turn.
Hot Toddy - The Morgenthaler Method
What do people expect when they order a Hot Toddy? Not the original Jerry Thomas version; those are gross, says Jeffrey. Give your guests something flavorful that really warms them up. Start with a good Scotch Whisky and layer on lemon juice, ginger honey syrup and pimento dram. That is something worth drinking on a cold winter night!