Squares or Triangles?

November 1, 2011

Cooking, Journal

My go-to Sunday lunch is a grilled ham and cheese sandwich, with that super-thin-sliced ham that they sell in packages. Mmmmmm…… full of preservatives….

Anyway, if I’m making a sandwich (or two) for Lloyd I ask, “Squares or triangles?” These are sandwiches for dipping in tomato soup, which is the only way anyone should ever eat a grilled cheese.

Lloyd is pro-triangle, while I am open to other possibilities.

Squares? Triangles?
Ham? No ham?
Soup? Wrong?

I don't know what that blurry spot is. Probably a ghost.

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9 Responses to “Squares or Triangles?”

  1. Gretchen Said on:

    I think the way to go would be this:
    I guess you both leave the crusts on? (just finished packing lunches and feeding the crusts to the chickens out back.)


  2. Brad Said on:

    My preference is two large triangles and no soup. My favorite accompaniment for a grilled cheese sandwich is another grilled cheese sandwich.


  3. Lloyd Said on:

    The lower left part of the upper left sandwich looks a little blurry, like it was moving much faster than the other sandwiches.


  4. Kristi Said on:

    This was lunch for us yesterday! Grilled ham AND cheese, cut into rectangles. We had tomato soup with oyster crackers, too.


  5. Peggy Said on:

    I don’t eat grilled cheese, but I do like my sandwiches cut diagonally…they seem bigger that way.

    I’m not a dipper…but if I was, I think I’d go for the squares.

    I do like oyster crackers in my tomato soup & in my chili.

    The End


  6. Matt Said on:

    How about spirals?


  7. Quiana Said on:

    Triangles. They taste better.


  8. Jane Sommerer Said on:

    try a real tomato slice MMMM


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