Sunday, April 12, 2015

Matza for Natl. Grilled Cheese Day

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Now that the big important Jewish and Christian holidays are wrapping up, we can blog instead about those silly unofficial national days like the one America is observing today -- National Grilled Cheese Day.

Today bread would have been in the stores again, after the week of Pesach/Passover when it was prohibited, but I didn't want to walk to the supermarket in the rain to buy it.
So for Grilled Cheese Day I had to (again, still!) microwave-melt cheese on MATZA!
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14 comments:

William Kendall said...

Well, when required, improvising a solution like this works!

Cloudia said...

A holiday we can all get behind!



ALOHA from Honolulu,
ComfortSpiral
=^..^=

Karl Demetz said...

National Grilled Cheese Day? Wow !

Hels said...

You ate matzah voluntarily, even after passover had ended? I would rather go hungry :(

VP said...

I am pushing hard for Tuscan salami day... strictly non kosher, sorry!

cieldequimper said...

Any leftovers? :-)

Gerard Michaud said...

Not a bad idea at all : )
Alice

crystal said...

Grilled cheese sandwich day? That sounds wonderful :)

Dina said...

LOL, I love y'all's comments, friends! :)

Suzanne said...

How was it?

Sara Lorayne said...

So . . . this got me to wondering if there is a National Mac and Cheese Day - there is! July 14. It's also Grand Marnier Day. An interesting combination. But I'm not waiting three months to dig into some good mac and cheese - lunch tomorrow it shall be! ;)

Pietro and Cynthia said...

A good idea for the Grilled Cheese Day!

Anonymous said...

Grilled cheese, no thanks , but Matzen.yummy, my favorite for breakfast with apricot or ginger jam. So I claim.for an international Matzen day.
Marietts

José Mendonça said...

Grilled Cheese Day?! LOL! Never heard of it before.