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  • Loretta Banish

    Bake grilled cheese between two baking sheets: the bread turns out crispy, the inside is gooey, and you can make a bunch at once. SO SMART! | See more about baking breads, the bread and grilled cheese sandwiches.

  • Pat Meade Case

    Make Perfect Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with a Pair of Baking Sheets. "Grilled cheese for the group! Bake grilled cheese between two baking sheets: the bread turns out crispy, the inside is gooey, and you can make a bunch at once."

  • Elizabeth Feeney

    Grilled Cheese for a Crowd: Bake between two baking sheets; the bread turns out crispy, the inside is gooey, and you can make enough to feed a large party all at once. Customize with any cheeses, bread spreads you like, even breakfast grilled cheeses w cream cheese and jam.

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