An Ode to Stacks of Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Via Pinterest

I've said it before and I'll say it again: Pinterest will kill your soul. Pinterest is select-league baseball for 9-year olds. You think it's just a silly game, but you're wrong. This is life: It's real and it hurts. Don't you dare come to this game and pick dandelions in the outfield (unless your high-dollar camera has a zoom lens to really make it pop and diffuse the edges).Yes, I'm writing about a hobby-based photo-sharing website. But, there are no hobbyists here, these are professionals of ... something. Pinterest, I suppose.

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This is exactly why I stay off of Pinterest (most of the time). I don't have an A-game in this genre. It scares me. I shiver at my horrible camera skills and my deplorable lack of stack-manship (like penmanship, but with stacking), among many other things.

For cheese week, we're discovering a lot of things around town about cheese, but when we wanted amazing photos of stacks of grilled cheese sandwiches, we knew there was just one place to go. Pinterest. And, we were right. As part of our cheese week celebration, revel in the stacks (and only stacks) of grilled cheese.

Grilled cheese served with marinara.

Grilled cheese with spinach and artichokes.

The Cobb grilled cheese.

The grilled cheese with wine.

The blueberry and Brie grilled cheese.

Fontina, blackberry and basil smash.

Roasted mushrooms, onions and Gouda.

Arugula, bacon and mozzarella.

And last, Kalbi steak Kimchi.

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