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It takes me back to my pizza delivery days in college, and how I’d wash out pizza pan after pizza pan with Palmolive®. The smell is timeless to me, and it got out even the greasiest pizza cooking stains. Now I use Palmolive® Fusion Clean™.
I’m in my 30’s and I’ve only just begun to learn the art of cooking. I think it’s never too late to try. Cassidy was a bachelor in San Francisco for 13 years before we met, and can cook up a storm. I think he learned even before adulthood, though. It was a part of his upbringing – with two parents who liked to cook, and with an interest in putting good food on the table. That’s why I think it’s never too late to learn. My children are so young, and they will remember the fun I have with experimenting. They will remember both parents in the kitchen – cooking and cleaning, and learning and loving. To me, that is everything.
I admit I can be a hot mess when I cook. I’m bewildered and baffled, measuring things and dropping things, shaking my head and talking to myself, but somehow, my recipes turn out all right! My kids LOVE grilled cheese. I love grilled cheese. I have attempted regular grilled cheese, but I wanted to challenge myself to making a more adult grilled cheese – BLT Grilled Cheese, with lettuce, tomatoes, bacon, and good, good cheese. (although it can be argued that all cheese is good good)
This one is a messy one, though. This recipe is cheesy, gooey, greasy, spattery, and all kinds of other made up words. This one is a match for Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ Baking Soda & Lime Dish Liquid and Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ Baking Soda & Grapefruit Dish Liquid. Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ inspires us busy parents to cook up a storm, knowing that the powerful Fusion Clean™ ultra concentrated formula dissolves and loosens 24-hour stuck on food and removes even unseen food residue.
What You Need:
2 slices of a “grown-up” bread. We chose ciabatta
2-4 slices of thick bacon
1 ripe tomato, cut into thin-medium slices
2-4 ounces of grated cheddar, jack, gouda, etc. cheese
1-2 small handfuls of arugula (why arugula? it grills better than romaine and has more flavor)
What You Do:
1. Cook the bacon in a large skillet. Put it aside in paper towel.
2. Brush softened butter on all sides of the bread, even the edges. Add the grated cheese.
3. Add the bacon, lettuce and arugula.
4. Heat a large skillet over medium low. Once it’s warm, cook the sandwiches on each side until the ciabatta is golden, and the cheese is melted. It will take about 3-5 minutes per side. Don’t change the skillet heat! Slow cooking is best.
5. Let it cool for a few minutes and then enjoy.
What do you think? And enjoy, you will. Especially because you have your secret weapon – Palmolive® Fusion Clean™ – to “out-cook” the microwave, and give you a modern twist on cleaning, with its combination of baking soda and the fresh scents of lime and grapefruit. I bought mine at Walmart with other dishwashing liquid products. They were instantly found:
You too, can harness the cleaning power of fusion with Palmolive® Fusion Clean™! It is specially formulated for tough cleaning challenges. What will you make, knowing that your dishes will be cleaned no matter what?